Friday, August 28, 2009

Save on Organics with Coops, CSAs, and Buying Clubs

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Fresh From my Local Natural Foods Store

Saving money on organic foods doesn't have to be all about coupons and sales. With a little Google work, you can find local coops, buyings clubs and community supported agriculture groups. I poked around on these four sites and found a bunch of groups working in my area that could mean big savings. They each work differently, so do a few minutes of reading to understand the pros and cons of each type of organization. Then you'll know which is right for you and your family.

The first link below is especially helpful in understanding the differences between the type of groups available. It appears to come down to semantics, not the actual title, so ask lots of questions.
Finally, I'd like to direct you to my sidebar, where you will find the bright yellow Eat Well Guide widget that searches out these groups by your zip code, right here on my blog.

September is National Organic Harvest Month. Isn't it time you found your way to organic produce and the toxin-free health benefits they provide?

Nature lovers? Check out my guest post at the Central Florida Green Guide. There you will find resources on canoeing, kayaking, and tubing the Wekiva River at Immerse Yourself in Central Florida's Natural Beauty.

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