In such a scenario you could choose to buy conventionally-grown foods which are comparatively cheaper and yet healthier.
According to the American Heart Association, the saturated fat present in meat and dairy are not good for health, and hence consuming organic meat and dairy products or conventional meat and dairy products does not make any difference. On a broader note, it is better to limit the use of these foods in any form in order to lead a healthy lifestyle.
There are numerous cities and towns that have farmers’ markets where freshly grown local foods are sold at considerably cheaper prices.
Certain fruits and vegetables are not cultivated all throughout the year and they tend to be cheaper during their season.
Organic does not always mean healthy. Just labeling junk food as organic is just marketing tactics to sell the product. It would be wise to avoid any type of junk foods even if it is organic.