1. Pack on dates:
If you pay attention that the sticker on the box, it'll tell you how fresh your produce is. I dig through the back to get the most recently packed items, I feel like a jerk every time I do this. The earlier ones are placed in the front, so they'll sell first.
2. Hothouse/greenhouse grown:
You're suppose to eat organic tomatoes and your green peppers when you can. But they're expensive! So your next best option is hothouse or greenhouse grown. It's better because most bugs and pests are barred outside, therefore, the less need for pesticides.
|6 peppers for $6, I don't consider this cheap, but it is cheaper than my local supermarket which charges $1.5 for 1.|