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I'm looking for a supermarket that has a good range of organic foods. Why? because i readthis article in Marie Claire and its really put me off "normal" fresh food. Did you know salads are injected with chlorine?
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anywhere posh... try waitrose, i think they have tonnes of organic stuff!

However i reccommend going to wholefood shops instead - a lot cheaper and less capitalist!
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Eggs come out of a chicken's arse. Really, food is just there to keep you standing for another day, and eventually it fails to do even that. Ergo, the type is largely irrelevant.
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Organic is marketing slang for "more expensive but LOOK! its in a green packet this means its better for you" Also do you see what has happend, you didn't mind eating it untill you read that article, and i'll wager a shiny 50p peice that it had some examples of what you could get from an organic company.
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Most supermarkets have an organic range (not sure about Asda though).
Also try your local health food store.
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Nothing is comletely organic.
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really with chlorine?
but I love chlorine! and I always figured I couldnt eat it because its bad for me! *runs off to find salad*
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try Sainsburys, afterall thats pretty posh, Holland and Barret have endless amounts of organic things, not fresh stuff so much though
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(Original post by ClosetGinger)
anywhere posh... try waitrose, i think they have tonnes of organic stuff!

However i reccommend going to wholefood shops instead - a lot cheaper and less capitalist!
waitrose have quite a bit of organic stuff, i should know as i work there
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(Original post by ChocoVet)
Most supermarkets have an organic range (not sure about Asda though).
Also try your local health food store.
Asda do, they just mix it up with the gluten free section. It's a well known fact that if you want a gluten free frozen pizza you look for the big sign saying "organic"
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(Original post by shazzam)
try Sainsburys, afterall thats pretty posh, Holland and Barret have endless amounts of organic things, not fresh stuff so much though
Sainsbury's is posh? How so? :hmmmm2:
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Sainsbury's is posh? How so? :hmmmm2:
It costs more, generally than Tesco and Asda? :confused: Not really posh, though.
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Nothing is comletely organic.
Yup, if it's 95% organic they can label it organic. Though, surely it's better to have less pesticides and other chemicals etc in your body?
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