So in our attempt to be organic, a large problem is the food industry’s ability to provide much cheaper food. An average family (let’s assume of four members father, son, daughter and mother) goes to Mc. Donald’s once a week for dinner the father and son get an angus deluxe ($7) with the included fries and drink, the mother and daughter get the Big N’ Tasty with cheese ($5), with the included fries and drink, this averages $25 a night. This same family goes to Farm Burger in Decatur and creates 4 burgers. The father and son get burgers with pepper jack cheese and bacon ($9) the mother and daughter get a burger with cheese ($7) plus the fries with the burger ($1.50 ea.) and four drinks (also $1.50 ea.), This totals to $44 a night plus tip, which finals out to about $50. Double the cost, so, once a week multiplied by 52 weeks is $1,300 a year for Mc. Donald’s and $2,600 for Farm Burger. Now with these tough economic times, it’s becoming increasingly tougher for families to eat organic.