There's a wonderful farm stand near us, that is not certified organic because of how expensive it is to get that. But talking to the people, I get a great feeling and love their produce! Plus they have a slogan "Live like you're going to die tomorrow, farm like you're going to live forever".
Doug Graham has a lot of good points, but some of them are wrong. One thing not making sense here is he says he may eat a similar volume of fruit and greens, and he recommends a lot of greens, but because 95% calories come from fruit he says 95% minerals come from fruit? He's contradicting himself here. If greens are slightly more mineral dense than fruit and let's say he eats 30% greens by volume, then it would be roughly 50% - 50% mineral source between greens and fruit. Then again, volume does not equal weight, and mineral content is measure by weight, not volume or calories. But he recommends (and eats?) what, 2 pounds of greens? No way 2 pounds of greens can be 5% of your minerals. If he only got 5% minerals from greens, why does he even recommend greens so highly, in his own words, "for their mineral content"? Doesn't make any sense. I've seen other contradictions too.