I'm proud to say that a year ago I changed my nutritional lifestyle from being one who would spend over $200-$350 a month on solely fast food, to one who would eat primarily vegetables for every meal, with the occasional beef or turkey meal once a week or so. It was only until recently that when people would see me eating veggies and fruits they would ask if I would only eat organic, to which my answer was always "no" or "organic doesn't matter." Since however I've had people, both healthy and unhealthy, show me the crazy upsets when it comes to GMOs. Something of which truly shocked me and even more so to a higher degree when I bought organic food for the first time a few days ago. Essentially what shocked me was that in the latter part of 2013 when I was buying on veggies, I would buy them at Ralph's or Walmart for a total of about $30-40 and the amounts were huge; huge collard green leafs, bountiful broccoli florets, etc. Then when I bought organic at whole foods I spent closer to $60, but the veggies themselves looked real, as opposed to these freak Frankenstein creations at Walmart. It was crazy seeing how one bunch of collard greens at Walmart was $1.79 and at Whole Foods it was $3.99. At Whole Foods you get a less smaller looking amount but it sure does taste better, and has more nutritional content, not to mention the lack of GMOs... But what really scared me were the droves of families at Walmart buying these huge fake collard greens for a low price and mothers most likely feeding these to their children at the dinner table and many not even knowing of what they're really putting In their systems. I'm sure others do know but whole foods is certainly really expensive. I'm not sure if I'll be returning to whole foods weekly, perhaps once a month, but my question for those in the know would be: where can I buy quality organic veggies for the best price?