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#1 of 2 Old 05-12-2014, 10:50 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I am all too aware of the harmful food that surrounds our children and until recently, felt like it was impossible to avoid.  I am making an effort to eliminate GMO's and non organic foods from my home...so, hopefully my family is eating cleanly most of the time.  I am wanting to begin ordering bulk organic and natural foods from a company called Azure Standard.  Has anyone ordered from them before or a similar company?  They have anything you can think of in the natural/organic food realm, but is overwhelming and I would love some guidance.  What are some organic staples that you might always keep in your kitchen? 

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I have never ordered from Azure Standard, but I do know of people who have, and it is one of the companies our local food co op uses in addition to the huge United Natural Foods.

 

As far organic staples, I think it depends on what your staples are.  I generally buy fruits and veggies as organic or locally grown with no pesticides. I buy local eggs, or organic in the regular grocery store when I can't get local.  I don't necessarily buy organic olive oil, but I generally try and buy California grown olive oil.  Stuff like corn and sugar, which I do buy, I will buy as organic.  Some people don't eat those at all. 

 

There are dried beans and grains, if you eat those.  I keep those in mason jars in my pantry. 

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