This is how I feel after researching for a while to find an organic, food-based supplement with nutrients in their most natural state (preferably for less than $40/month per person). Juice Plus was an option for a while, but but since it's still summer & seasonal produce is easy to obtain (even organic is somewhat available), I've been juicing things myself in addition to eating coconut oil/cream & cod liver oil. I'm just not convinced that conventional vitamins do for our bodies what food-based nutritional supplements can offer, but we also can't afford stuff like Garden of Life.
But now I'm. so. excited. After talking with the in-laws, it seems there might be an affordable, whole-food-based supplement that we can sustain long-term! Standard Process makes a product (among some more specific options depending on your needs) called Catalyn that will function as a prenatal multi without being a "mega-dose" that the body can't use efficiently. After checking out their farming & manufacturing practices, research & product ingredient lists... yes please! I'm also looking into the Trace Mineral B12 for its iron content during future pregnancies. They offer options that are vegetarian lacto-ovo, but generally speaking there are animal products listed as ingredients. I'll periodically update after we've been on them for a bit.