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Organic Food on a Budget

Some think organic food tastes better and is better for you, but it can also be very expensive in comparison to non-organic products.  Organic food can cost nearly 50% more, due to the extra labor required to produce it, as well as consumers' demand exceeding supply. 

So how do you get tasty organic food without spending a ton of extra money?  Follow these tips to get more bang for your buck.

Shop at farmers' markets: You can normally get fresh organic produce for far less at a farmers' market than you'd pay at the grocery store.  It may even taste better, as the food should be coming straight from the source.

Choose seasonal produce: Out-of-season produce has to be imported, and that can really drive up the price.  Focus your meals on in-season fruits and vegetables, so that you don't end up paying $6.00 per pound for organic asparagus.

Shop more frequently, and plan your meals around bulk sales: The trick here is to buy only what you need for your meals and to plan a week in advance.  That way you're less likely to throw food away because you can use the leftovers in other meals before it goes bad. 

Grow your own produce:  A home vegetable garden can be a cost-effective way to source your produce and is a fun and rewarding hobby!

If you are looking to buy or sell a home or property, maybe one where you can have a home vegetable garden- we can help!  Whether upsizing, downsizing or anything in between, contact Aspire Homes Colorado for all of your real estate needs.  719-430-4440

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