If you have made the decision to start buying organic food items for your family, this daily money tip for you. You may have found that All Natural and Organic products are making their way into your local grocery store.
As someone who believes in getting the best for your hard earned buck, I believe that it is very important for you to understand the difference between what an organic product is and what an “all natural” product is. There are a lot of products in the market that boast the ‘All Natural” label on their product when in reality that label is worth nothing. YET, these products carry a premium price tag just for what really is just a marketing ploy.
If you are going to pay more for a healthier product, you need to make sure you are getting the value you deserve, which is why you need to understand the difference between a product labeled Organic and one labeled or All Natural. The Thrifty Mama explains the differences to help us gets the most for our buck: All Natural Does Not Mean Organic.
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