That is the question for me, since I am on a small food budget I want my dollar to stretch. And to be used on the produce that bares more importance and benefit from being Organic. So I have been doing some research via the internet and nearly every list I find has the same results. I have decided to pass it along, in case there are some of you out there that can't afford to buy everything Organic. This is just a suggestion and not a concrete list. Growing your own would be your best option, but since most of us can't do that here is the list:
ITEMS WORTH BUYING ORGANIC:
FRUIT: VEGETABLES: OTHERS:
Apples Celery Eggs (preferably +Omega-3) cherries Bell Peppers Meat (preferably grass fed)
Grapes Spinach Poultry (preferably grass fed)
ITEMS NOT NECESSARY TO BUY ORGANIC:
FRUIT: VEGETABLES: OTHERS: Bananas Asparagus Oils
Check out the Farmers Market in season for some great fresh produce.