This is John Kohler with okraw.com, travelling
here in Chicago, the windy city. It’s windy and it’s actually a little bit snowy, but
travelling, and I found this really cool place for produce. Always when I’m driving around
I find these cool places and I don’t even plan it that way. So, this place called Stanley’s
fresh fruit and fresh vegetables. It’s 1558 North Elton Ave, Chicago. Phone number 7732768050.
Driving by, and, you know, I saw this in the window. There’s signs and they say organic
navel oranges, 49 cents a pound. You know, they have a large conventional section and,
you know, a smaller organic section. So, most of the time these kind of stores don’t like
me filming inside, but, you know, there’s another side, organic lemons, 7 for a buck,
and I had, you know, one pint of organic blueberries for $1.98. So, that’s actually insane. That’s
actually cheaper than California prices, here in Chicago where I’m literally freezing right
now. Here’s organic produce section. Kale’s $1.49 a bunch. There’s the small blueberries
for 98 cents. Carrots. I mean, I was just over at the whole foods which is just a few
blocks away and they’re significantly more expensive on all the stuff. I mean, these
are straight up California prices here, you know. I mean, parsley for 98 cents, char $1.49.
Crazy insane prices. Check this out, green leaf lettuce here at Stanley’s, 98 cents.
Wow. Here’s your organic mangoes, 79 cents, man. They’re not even that cheap in California.
They’re 99 cents. Man, super insane. Apple, just regular prices, $1.98, $1.49. Best deal
is the organic Fuji’s. They have a bag of organic Fuji’s, 3 pounds, for $1.49. Organic
bananas are .79. They’re .99 over at whole foods, and the organic navels, .49 cents a
pound. That’s an amazing deal. Organic lemons 7 for a buck and besides the organic produce,
they even have a larger section of nonorganic produce if you choose to eat nonorganic, although
I encourage everybody to eat organic as much as possible. So, hopefully you enjoyed this
episode here at Stanley’s. Once again this is John Kohler with okraw.com, and, so, come
to Chicago, come to Stanley’s.