We recently shed some light on how you can save money when buying organic foods. Today, we’re going to go a step further and share a few specific organic foods to buy on a budget. These days, people are cutting back on expenses, especially when purchasing food. Even so, there are quite a few organic foods that you can incorporate into your weekly shopping trip that will help you stay on financial track.

One of the tips we provided before for saving on organic foods is to buy in bulk. One of the best foods to do this with is organic rice. Organic rice is typically inexpensive but the cost savings further multiply when you purchase in bulk. In addition to the low cost, rice will also stay good for a very long time when it’s stored properly. Brown rice is one of the most popular types of organic foods that people buy since it can be eaten on its own or you can add foods to it to make it your own.

Do you eat organic eggs for breakfast? If so, why not try including them in your lunch or dinner? Organic eggs are also inexpensive and you can include them in several different types of meals. For example, you can use hard-boiled eggs in salads or make egg scrambles with organic vegetables. One of the easiest ways to lessen your organic food cost is to re-invent the ways that you use the foods that are on the budget-friendly side of things.

For the veggie lovers, there are plenty of inexpensive options to choose from. Carrots, cabbage, onions and kale are all affordable organic options. What’s nice about these options is that many of them can be eaten on their own or included in other foods. As you can see, eating organic foods is easy to do on a budget once you know what to buy that’ll be easy on your wallet.