The eating organic craze has never been greater. But eating organic you must first conquer the challenges of shopping for organic foods. When faced with higher prices, limited availability and shorter shelf life, it is a good idea to get organized before you go
Look for bargains. Check your local stores’ fliers and websites for sales and coupons. Put some bargain items you can use in the near future on your list.
Plan your meals. Buy exactly what you need is a good idea with organic products, which often go bad faster than non-organic fruits and vegetables. It also cuts back on buying unnecessary ingredients.
Consider the list of freshness and durability. Try to balance between food that must be eaten immediately and items that can be saved, especially if it will be a while before the next shopping trip
Decide which foods the list should be organic. If you need to save money, or if you are concerned about the availability of certain foods, mark on the list of food that you most want to be organic.
Organize list around several shopping options. Try to see if there are some items you can get cheaper at places like local farmers’ market or the general supermarket. Hit these places first.