Plus, there are numerous studies that show organic food is not better for the environment, and some organic pesticides can be even worse for the environment than synthetic pesticides used by conventional growers.
And, most importantly, if you thought paying the higher price for organic carrots was a good investment in your health, you were sorely mistaken. According to several studies, there's little to no nutrient difference between organic and conventional foods.
If you're really interested in getting all the facts about the produce you're buying, don't waste your time at Whole Foods. Quartz recommends shopping at your local farmers market, whether you're buying organic or not, as the produce will cost less than a supermarket, and you can find out everything you want to know about the production process. So please, stop wasting your money. Save it for unnecessary amounts of beer.