Should you pay the extra money to buy organic fruits and vegetables?
Organic produce–even what’s in season–will generally be more expensive than non-organic produce.
But does paying more equal out to better health or your food being safe? The answer is sometimes yes, but not always. Whether or not to buy organic really depends on the food itself, as some fruits and vegetables get hit with a lot more pesticides than others. I love this printable that explains what food you can honestly save money on by buying non-organic.
This “Clean 15″ and “Dirty Dozen” list from Living Well Spending Less blog is a great place to start.
Read more at http://www.livingwellspendingless.com/2015/03/02/fresh-produce-101/#bJjEABiUg9eokM7u.99
Hope this helped you to answer any questions you had about Organic Fruits & Veggies!
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