Picking up organic produce at your community farmer’s market is always a great choice and has been the traditional method for finding sustainably grown foods. Try saving some extra money by shopping later in the day when vendors often offer discounts on remaining items.
Organic products are finding more presence in major stores across the country. From large cities to rural counties, grocers are allocating much more space to certified organic produce. Leaders in sustainability initiatives like Kroger and Albertson’s have also established private label brands that offer entire product lines including foods, cleaners and detergents, health and beauty care and paper goods which proudly carry the USDA Organic Seal at competitive prices.
Don’t forget how easy e-commerce makes it to find literally anything! Sites such as Luckyvitamin.com, Vitacost.com and Walmart.com offer fantastic selections of organic products (including our amazing USDA Organic Certified cleaners and detergents). Who doesn’t love finding the best bargains for organic while shopping via lap top on the sofa (and binge watching the latest on Netflix)?!
Find The Best Deals
The availability of affordable organic products is on the rise thanks to customers demanding healthier and responsibly manufactured options. Competitively priced Certified Organic items can be found at nearly every national grocery chain, and discount players like Lidl and Costco are now rapidly growing their selections, making it even easier to find good deals.
As always, shop smart. Exploring different options—like new cuts of meat that are on sale, opting for frozen produce when it’s off season, or trying out new brands—can shave dollars off your bill. A good rule of thumb is to never buy anything when it’s full price, unless it’s already less than its competitors.