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With $30 emu eggs and $70 air plants, it's no wonder Whole Foods carries the "Whole Paycheck" nickname. Who buys this stuff?
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Organic food comes at a premium, but you can't always trust the label. The organic stamp on these foods may be harmful to your wallet.
You don't have to choose organic to avoid pesticides — you just have to know which foods to choose.
Not everything you buy from the grocery store needs to be organic — but to avoid harmful pesticides and hormones, these 15 foods should be.
Organic food and produce usually comes at a premium, but with some smart shopping, you don't have to spend your whole paycheck to get it.
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Fresh fruits and vegetables are good for you...but less so if they're covered in pesticides. Shop smart to reduce your exposure and still save money.
Tell us if you buy organic food and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
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