How to Save on Organic Produce

1. Keep an eye out for sales. Prices for organic produce can vary substantially from week to week and store to store.

2. Check the weight. When organic produce is sold prepackaged at a set price rather than by the pound, take the time to weigh a few packages: Some may contain more (or less) than others.

3. Buy in bulk. As long as you’ll actually use all of the food, choosing a larger package size—buying potatoes in a 5-pound bag instead of by the pound, for example—or quantity can save you money.

4. Look in the freezer case. Frozen organic vegetables may be cheaper than fresh, and the nutritional quality is the same.