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Going organic has many benefits - from taste to more nutrient content to long-term health benefits (and savings). However, buying organic can leave quite a dent in your pocketbook. But it doesn’t have to be the case. With some research, a little footwork, a few changes in your shopping and eating habits, and some suggestions, your family could be buying organic foods for less than you think. A lot less. Here are few tips when budgeting organic food buying:


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