It’s a common misconception that there are no coupons for natural and organic foods, that if you want to eat healthy, you don’t “coupon”. That’s not true. You just have to look harder!
Most coupons for natural and organic foods aren’t available in your Sunday paper like most other grocery coupons, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. Save money while being healthy.
Here are some great resources for organic coupons and deals.
Organic Deals is a blog, updated daily, featuring organic deals, such as organic food coupons, cosmetics, and clothes. They also have a Facebook Page that you can “like” to get the daily deals in your Facebook feed.
Amazon.com Natural & Organic Section features deals on natural and organic grocery items. You name it, they’ve got it. Whether it’s coconut water, organic teas, organic baby formula, or organic snacks, you’ll find a good deal. You don’t need coupons for these deals. However, the natural and organic items are sold in bulk packs, like Costco.
Save even more by using the Subscribe & Save option. Subscribe to items you buy frequently and save an extra 15% off. You can choose the frequency of your subscription, every one, two, three, or six months. You’ll only be charged when the item is shipped. This is convenient for things you need often.
The Whole Deal offers coupons for items sold at Whole Foods. Recently, they put their coupons online so you can view and print coupons at home. If you shop at Whole Foods often, this is a great resource.
Mambo Sprouts features manufacturer coupons for some of your favorite natural and organic foods and products. You can redeem these coupons at your local natural food store.
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