3 Options For The Rising Food Prices $$

3 Options For The Rising Food Prices $$

The rising cost of groceries doesn’t seem to be going away….

So what are your options?

  1. Keep doing the same thing & hope something changes.

  2. Decide that if you’re going to spend your hard earned cash, you might as well make each dollar WORTH MORE.

  3. Choose to stop depending on the ebbs & flows of inflation and food availability and start growing your own… eventually cutting down your food bills considerably.


So… How do you make your dollars worth more?

Glad you asked.


If a considerable amount of your income is going to go to your grocery bill anyway, why not get more value for what you’re spending?


When you buy whole, natural, nutrient rich foods, each dollar you spend on those foods becomes of more value.


A dollar spent on sugary cereal is the same dollar spent on fresh vegetables.

One will make you hungrier & leave you with a sugar crash while the other will give your body the nutrients it needs to thrive.


A dollar spent on cheap honey mixed with corn syrup is the same dollar spent on raw local honey that is good for your body and may help with local allergies.


A dollar spent on big box store eggs is the same dollar spent on pasture raised, non-gmo fed eggs that are nutrient rich and free of pesticides, hormones, and genetic modification.


You can make your dollar go farther when the value it purchases gives you more benefits.


Let’s take it a step even further though…


What if you could cut out the middle man & just get your food from your own backyard… in essence you would eventually cut your grocery bill down considerably.


Anxious to take the first step? Don’t be. We’re here to help.


With soil, seeds, chickens, chicken feed, grafted fruit trees, aquaponics systems, and more, we have everything you need to start your journey to self sustainability and actually decreasing your food bill.


And it is our pleasure to help you learn how to do it!


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