Organically Saved

Thanks to my awesome Facebook friends, I am now a member of Costco. I recently shared how I wished Sam’s Club carried organic bananas and many of you came to my rescue. This saves us a lot of money! The truth be told, I eat 40 pounds of bananas a week!

The great thing about this warehouse wonderland is there are a lot of organic products. The hunt for healthy items has just begun. I will never stop shopping from local farms, but what I can’t buy from a C.S.A. I will buy where it is easy on the wallet.

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As a family we have cut our intake of processed foods in half. As a mom I make sure that the packaged items I purchase are certified organic. Costco has some great values for a conscious consumer like myself.

I love freezing my own fresh berries from the farmers’ market, if they are not available it is nice to know I can pick up a large bag of organic berries that are perfect for smoothies. Oh, and they do carry my beloved carrots!

Since I am a connoisseur of bananas, I have to admit I was apprehensive about trying wholesale bananas. I am picky!! I can certainly tell the difference between Peruvian, Ecuadorian, and Mexican. When it comes to these yellow beauties I will not compromise quality for savings. In this case they were delicious!

right now rawThanks for sharing with me and most importantly thanks for reading this blog! Health is a journey and I am more than excited to share mine with you!

Vegan Love, Right Now Raw♥

 

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Organically Saved

  1. Thought this was a great piece, I too enjoy Costco because of all their organic foods that are easy on the wallet;) it’s great to buy from a company that supports organics and that wants to bring it to the masses!

  2. Oh my gosh! I had no idea Costco sold organics. My husband has a Costco card and we haven’t been there in years–since we went vegan and started buying produce more consciously. Thank you so much for the post. I can’t wait to check it out!!

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