Buying organic is easier and in many ways more affordable than ever before.
Whether you seek food, clothing, personal care products, or products for your home, you can find an organic version on store shelves in mainstream retail outlets across the country.
Organic is also making its way into restaurants, enabling you to enjoy your favorite organic products while you are out on the town.
The good news doesn't stop there.
Thanks to the introduction of organic private label products, the growth of farmers’ markets selling organic products, and organic’s lack of dependence on petroleum-based farm inputs, the gap between organic and non-organic prices is closing.
In some cases, the price of organic goods is comparable to non-organic goods, making the decision to “go organic” simple and cost-effective.
Read on to learn more about why buying organic products, whether they are food or non-food, is worth it.