Book of Mom: Organic Wrap-up

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I’m not talking spa treatment here.

Though, I’m not opposed! We’re wrapping up our organic series tonight with a list of a few resources to help you make your decisions about choosing organic products.

1. Shop Meijer, Wegmans, or Trader Joes, if convenient. These stores offer a great variety of organic products.

2. Check out Door-to-Door Organics (if you’re in Colorado, the Chicago area, the Kansas City area, or Michigan) and Suburban Organics (if you live in Eastern U.S.). Not only do you get to shop from the comfort of your own home, but the organic groceries get delivered right to your door for a reasonable price.

3. Read In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto. Whether you’re pro-organic, anti-organic, or somewhere in the middle, this book is a great resource about how to make better food choices.

And that’s a wrap!


  1. We are going to try out Door-to-Door Organics this month. I had never heard of it before-thanks for the tip!

  2. Anonymous says:


    Check back in and let us know how the service works out for you! Glad the tip helped!

    House Honcho Team

  3. House Honcho says:


    My sister-in-law and I have been using Door-to-door for awhile now, and we LOVE IT. No complaints. I think you'll be pleased. And you'll ALWAYS have fruits/vegetables in the house. What could be better than THAT?!


  4. Trisha,

    I'm thinking about trying Door-to-door, but I'm wondering how it compares with a grocery store in prices and quality. I can tell you're pleased with it, but would you recommend it to a penny-pincher?


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