I think we are roughly 80-90% organic or all natural.
Here is a quick run down of where we seem to be...
Our baking items - organic
kid snacks (applesauce, chips, fruit strips, other snacks)- organic
rices, couscous - organic
store bought bread - all natural
soft fruits and veggies - organic
bananas and avacados - organic sometimes but mostly conventional
milk - organic
pastas - organic
beef- (still waiting on the cow!) organic or grass fed/hormone free
eggs - organic when possible, or cage free if not
we cut sodas but when we do buy, we go for the natural sugar products.
now for the kickers...
Cheese - The only organic shreds and slices I have seen are horizon brand. Former coupon queen, whom always had her 5" binder in the car, can't seem to keep the dinky 1-incher handy. Without coupons, I just can't seem to buy organic cheese. The packages are much smaller and cost a few dollars more. The cheapness takes over and I just can't do it! The last purchase was a higher end (primotaglio) all natural cheese and it was quite a bit cheaper than the organic version. I did buy organic cheese sticks for the kids once - they were half price and STILL were more expensive than the store brand. **UPDATE - pretty much the same.
I'd like to change those three items to organic, I really do.
So there you go. There are my/our current struggles on our organic journey.