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I am from Nepean, Ontario where we do not have the choices available south of the border... but Tosca can do it in Toronto. I can eat clean best from Farm Boy, a local fresh food chain. I always start here because, although mostly non-organic, the produce is fresher and less expensive. When I'm looking for specialty items I turn to Health food section of Loblaws and Your Independant. And finally if all else fails I turn to expensive Health Food Stores.
those are great questions, ladies. I will definitely be following this thread for replies.
Lynn in Oregon
I am from Ontario, Canada and it can be very hard to find a good place to shop.
I use the farmers market etc but we do not have a Whole Foods where I am or Trader Joes.
We do have more in our grocery stores than we used to but still very expensive. We are on a retirement pension so it can be a little overwhelming to find good food for a good price.
aka: Where do you shop? what do you look for? With all the information out there it's hard to plan a "one stop shop" for groceries anymore but it gets pretty confusing on what is what.
Where do you find the "easiest" to eat clean?