Do cheap fruits and veg from big or discount supermarket have a great nutritional value?

I would like to know whether cheap fruits and veg from big or discount supermarket have a great nutritional value or do I have to buy expensive organic veg and fruits.
I used to live in countries like Italy, Spain and France. That time, I looked and felt better with the food I used to buy directly from farmers.
Unfortunately I don’t live near a market in England.
Thanks for your advice. Louise

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4 Responses to “Do cheap fruits and veg from big or discount supermarket have a great nutritional value?”

  1. clara says:

    They should be ok but cost less and have less packaging and marketing

  2. Hsquared says:

    There isn’t a lot of difference but just don’t buy stuff that looks old and stale. I think you are just reminiscing about your time in Europe and looking back with rose tinted specs.

  3. Kernow Lady says:

    It is all the same, and comes from the same source as more expensive fruit and veg. We do not have specIal farms which only grow cheap fruit.
    Rose tinted glasses I think.
    UK

  4. LoneRanger says:

    A fruit is a fruit, is a fruit. The seller has nothing to do with the growing of the item. Nature takes care of that. Unless your looking for something organic, there is no difference-just the overhead costs.

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