Even though Babyface and I have been buying organic for years now, even we aren’t totally immune to the sticker shock that’s associated with the food bill. We’ve gotten more used to the higher prices, but there are still sometimes where I have a really hard time buying an organic bell pepper for $3.99 when the conventionally grown version is on sale for $0.99. It can be infuriating choosing between feeding you and your family healthier foods and keeping your bank account happy.
Fortunately, there are a few ways to game the organic food system. For people just joining the organic movement, seeing the massive hike at the checkout lane can be disconcerting and off-putting. But I promise there are ways to ease yourself into the price hike without shedding tears at the register.
Want to know my top three tips for eating organically on a budget? Head on over to Anytime Health and read ’em.