In my previous post I talked about the importance of eating organic. Not only because is healthier for you and your family but also because organic farmers generally use less energy, generate less waste, cause less soil erosion, sustain more diversity, enable wild life to thrive and provide healthier conditions for workers.
I used to think feeding my family organic would cost me an arm and a leg. Though organic sometimes can be more expensive than buying conventional, that doesn’t mean it’s not accessible to families on a budget. The following list will help you prioritize which fruits and vegetables to buy organic and which ones you can buy conventional.