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A Harvest of Organic Values

Ah, September…where summer meets fall and explodes with harvest-season flavor and value. It’s a great time for fresh seasonal produce and the purest, high-quality foods at the fairest prices. Which is why September is the perfect time to celebrate Organic Harvest Month! And celebrating we are, in the newest issue of The Whole Deal value guide in stores and online now! It’s packed with quick and thrifty dinnersmore than $48 in coupons20 Sure Deals, 9 new budget recipes and loads of organic values for stocking your fall pantry. Think you’ve got the 4-1-1 on organics? Take this quiz and find out:
  1. What percentage of a product must be made of organically produced ingredients to be labeled organic?
  2. When you want cheese, what is one way to stay away from synthetic growth hormones (rBGH/rBST)?
  3. How can you keep irradiated food off your table?
  4. What are some environmental benefits of organic farming practices?
  5. Does an organic chicken eat organically too?
Find the answers to these questions throughout the September/October issue of The Whole Deal (PDF). How do you plan on celebrating Organic Harvest Month?

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Louise says …

Smash a banana and spread it on a whole wheat toast. Healthy and yummy!

Angela @ Momethis says …

I plan on visiting Whole Foods as much as possible and stocking up on greens and all Fall's seasonal fruits and veggies. Summer is light foodS like salads and fruit where Fall will be hearty foods like chili and dumplings.