When I can't support my local farms, I try to support business in the greater Nashville area instead of buying at the big package stores. However, that's not always possible so I do the best that I can!
My local Farmers Market (look up your local Farmers Market here) - fresh produce, honey, fresh baked goods, free range chicken & eggs, grass-fed beef & beefalo, homemade pasta, local coffee, plants & herbs
Great Harvest Bread Co. - the best Honey Whole Wheat bread, ever! Only 5 ingredients, no preservatives, and so hearty you can eat a slice without anything on it.Whole Foods - tons of options. Produce, coffee, cooked food, toiletries, household items and clothing
Nolensville Feed Mill - local goods - milk from Hatcher Family Dairy, local eggs, Yoder Bros. beef, Amish deli & goods (not always organic or preservative free, but definitely fresh)
Tywater Fresh Produce (next door to the Feed Mill) - a fresh produce stand, indoors
Dunn Bros. Coffee - they roast their own beans, have art shows, live music, and GREAT owners!
Publix - Greenwise products are expanding! The organic produce section has grown an inch...but it has grown nonetheless.
Trader Joe's - need I say more?SuperTarget - their Archer Farms products sometimes are good options. Read the labels if it is not clearly organic. "All natural" doesn't mean squat.
When I'm in Chattanooga: Greenlife Grocery! I *LOVE* it there. Same goes for Earth Fare when we're in North and South Carolina.
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Alice.com - FREE SHIPPING, people!! Prices are comparable to my local stores. Discovered them when I was pregnant.
Amazon.com - for all the obvious reasons...bulk pantry and diaper products, free shipping and 15% off with "subscribe & save" items, fast ordering, reliable sources.
LuckyVitamin.com - they have some of the natural products that I can't find anywhere else
Groupon - Daily deals that really do save you up to 65%. I've used about 5 different ones in the last 6 months so they are truly relevant.