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Organic produce

Does anyone buy organic food here - or flours/seeds/nuts/milk etc

If so, where do you source it? Thanks!
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Amazon for seeds, nuts and certain grains (Quinoa, buckwheat, millet, etc).
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springdays wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 7:24 pm
Does anyone buy organic food here - or flours/seeds/nuts/milk etc

If so, where do you source it? Thanks!
I can afford to so I only buy organic and when possible local / in season and its from Goodness Me or Whole Foods. Ditto for meats.
I tried the amazon route couple times but what came in wasnt fresh.
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Costco has some organic stuff. We get our organic milk there.
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Thanks everyone!

Guest - what brand do you pick up?
cRaZyRaVr - Amazon is selling Whole Foods now - have you tried that yet?
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springdays wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 2:38 pm
Guest - what brand do you pick up?
Yupick usually. There's also product from Bob's Red Mill, but I've only bought that at grocery stores. Definitely priced cheaper than grocery stores.
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springdays wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 2:38 pm
Thanks everyone!

Guest - what brand do you pick up?
cRaZyRaVr - Amazon is selling Whole Foods now - have you tried that yet?
Yea my order with the $5 off just came in last night. Got loads of coconut milk and other stuff I use all the time. Too bad its limited, for now, to the canned / bagged stuff.
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healthy planet for some dairy and dried goods, there are also stores downtown(annex/bloor area) that sell organic dried and fresh produce.

Inari, bobs redmill, NOW, Organic traditions are some good brands esp for some exotic dried goods,

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