Eating well can cost a pretty penny if you're buying all organic products. So, when is and when isn't it worth spending a few extra dollars on your food? Budget-conscious shoppers can get the most bang for their buck when considering a few factors. First of all, you should understand what qualifies a product as being organic. Have the products been sprayed with synthetic pesticides? It's also important to know which fruits and veggies are most affected by the pesticides that are used to grow them. For instance, fruits with thick peels – like bananas – are much less likely to have absorbed chemicals. So, buying organic bananas isn't as high of a priority. Check out these budget-saving tips from our friends at Coinage to learn when it's worth it to buy organic.