Buying Organic Veggies At The Supermarket Is A Waste Of Money • Discoverology

Buying Organic Veggies At The Supermarket Is A Waste Of Money

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It has happened to all of us. You’re standing in the produce aisle, just trying to buy some zucchini, when you face the inevitable choice: Organic or regular? Is it worth the extra money? The answer: Probably not.

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