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Here's what all those different fancy grocery labels—free range, organic, cruelty-free—actually mean.

The second you walk into a grocery store, especially a fancy one, you're faced with well-meaning labels like "rainforest alliance certified" and "free roaming." These can sometimes be misleading, and almost always more expensive. Is it worth the extra $4 to make sure your eggplant wasn't molested? Fortunately, all those terms have been decoded and broken down by Club Woodside, so you can make a free-range, grass-fed, fair trade decision for yourself.
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