Are you too busy to shop at the farmers market? Then why not get the food to come to you? Many farms are now offering weekly or biweekly deliveries of fresh fruits and vegetables. Some even sell eggs and meat. The food is typically organic, and often even fresher than what's at the farmers market since the farmers favor their subscription customers, who pay in advance. In fact, such schemes are so helpful for farmers that they collectively go by the name Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). The cost is low - only about $20 you get enough fruits and vegetables to fee the typical household for a week. To find a CSA near you go to http://www.localharvest.org/csa/.