So I found frozen veggies (Normandy blend) @ Sam's club for ~$10. It's a big bag and along with the free-range lamb @ $6/lb lasts me the week (single guy eating 1-1.5 meals/day). My question, should you choose to accept it: is this company reputable and honest when they claim they use IPM to reduce chemicals, conserve water, and be stewards of the environment? The company's site is http://www.norpac.com/. I guess I have no real reason to distrust them other than they are a corporation; any of you paleos familiar with NorPac?
If I can't find organic @ this price, I would like to give my money to a company that at least tries to limit their environmental impact.
Reducing chemicals and water seems like a step all frozen food companies would take, as that would also reduce their overhead. So it seems believable, although it might be to much to assume that the reduction is just for the environment instead of that being a happy coincidence.
I would go for it. I think we should all try to buy local/organic when possible..... but sometimes it's easier and cheaper to go with the frozen stuff. Are you getting your lamb at Sam's too? I never noticed it that cheap there.