by Jonathan Benson, Natural News:
Supermarkets all across the country are jumping on the organic bandwagon. Even companies like Walmart, which has a longstanding reputation for selling the cheapest, lowest-quality products available, are joining in to capture this growing market. But many consumers are discovering that some of the best deals for clean food are actually found through local farms, farmers markets and community supported agriculture (CSA) programs, which is good news for the small-scale food movement.
As you may have noticed, grocery store shelves are increasingly transitioning from what has come to be known as conventional food — that is, food that has been grown with pesticides and herbicides and that may contain genetic modifications — to food bearing the certified organic label.
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