The popularity of naturally-grown products has led to an increasing number of organic food stores. In fact, some local grocery stores also offer an organic section although the product range is limited. So how do you decide which is the best way to shop for organic foods?
Here are some points to consider:
Compare prices: While cheap is rarely the best, expensive doesn’t necessarily mean better. You shouldn’t have to pay exorbitant prices to buy healthier products. Check out Town and Country Foods and you’ll see that you can have high quality food at a fair price.
Check for variety: Organic doesn’t only refer to raw food and vegetables. Snacks, deserts and readymade meals can be organic too. It’s all about the ingredients! Check to see if your store offers you a variety of ready-to-eat / ready-to-cook organic food products. It will save you time but still provide a healthy, nutritious meal for your family
Sample the products: Some organic food stores are happy to offer free in-store samples. In addition, you can buy small quantities of a few items to see how well you like them and to see if you can tell the difference between the organic and commercially grown products. That’s why Town and Country Foods provide a free food offer so that you can sample our delicious food – we know you’ll love the difference! For more information call 1-800-651-3663 ext. 590.
Find out where their goods come from: Locally grown items are definately going to be fresher than products that have been shipped hundreds and even thousands of miles. When you buy “fresh, local grown, you don’t have to worry about how long they have been sitting in a warehouse, in a transportation container or on the store shelf. That’s why Town and Country Foods work only with hard working producers right here in the US. Taste the difference and support our local farmers and growers!
Ask for recommendations: Talk to family, friends and people in your neighborhood about their experience and preferences.