Even though going organic offers several benefits, it can cost significantly more and this is a major concern. Organic foods decrease the risk of exposure to poisonous synthetic pesticides, are GM free, have a low content of irrelevant hormones and simply have a much better taste.
But the farmer who produces them still has different economies of scale so has to pay more for labor. This affects what the end user has to pay for them.
The money you pay for organic foods covers the cost of maintaining them in specific conditions. The conditions help maintain their high standards. This is one of the major reasons for their high cost. One benefit though is that you are making a long-term investment in your overall health. These 8 tips will enable you go fully organic and still remain within your budget.