I concur entirely. Like you I purchase certain organic products because I happen to like them. Generally though I just tend to get fresh, local and seasonal, not organic. Which I believe is far greater on positively impacting the economy and my carbon footprint….
Originally posted on A modern mommy's guide to managing money:
For most families, food is arguabley one of their most important (and often largest) budget categories. We need to eat to live, yes, but food is also a source of pleasure and has direct links to our health.
Since being on my “extended mat leave” (as I like to call my current stint as a stay-at-home-mom), one of the things that I’ve been reading a LOT about is food. And I’m not the only one – food seems to be a major topic of conversation and focus of a lot of media and social media these days. As a mom and conscientious person, I wanted to find out what kind of food is the best for my family, the environment, the economy. And there is a TON of information, both good and bad, out there.
One of the main food topics out there now is organic food. Now, I’ll admit –…
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