Hot tip: When shopping at your local fruit and veg shop (ie the Asian grocer down the road from Woolies or Coles) it's always a great idea to ask "which of these is from your garden?" Oftentimes independent grocers farm a percentage of what's on offer. It won't be marketed as 'organic' on account of the stringent organic rules (such as guaranteeing that no contaminants from the local environment are present in the soil) but nonetheless this class of produce absolutely shits all over the GMO/pesticide riddled AKA commercially farmed options found at above mentioned places.
You can better envision where the produce has come from, determine if it is spray free (another important question to ask) and feel good knowing that you're eating something so fresh it grew a few km's down the road. Also, it won't have perished in vitality during transportation half way across the country. ⛟
Next level up is to grow your own greens, I'm not there yet, so I ask questions and make friends with the local grocers who I trust to nourish rather than poison me with their produce. 🙅🏼♀️☢🌿🍃