Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

New Whole Foods Market Coupons and Match-ups: The new Whole Deals coupons are available, and there are some great match-ups: $1/2 Pacific Foods Soup or Broth (with this $1/1 coupon — submit email to see coupon), $1/2 Kashi TLC Bars (with this $1/1 Kashi cereal coupon), $1/1 Zevia 6-pack (with $2.50/2 coupon), $1/1 Muir Glen product (with this $0.75/1 Muir Glen coupon), and $1/1 Organic Valley Cream Cheese (with $0.75/1 coupon).

Gluten Free Granola and Raw Cacao at Amazon: Get a three-pack of Udi’s Gluten Free Granola for $9.80 shipped ($3.26 per bag). Buy it through Subscribe & Save and get an extra 15% off at checkout with code UDISO3II. Another steal is a two-pack of Navitas Natural Organic Raw Cacao, only $12.79 shipped with Subscribe & Save ($6.40 each — usually more like $10-$12!).

Free Gardening Planning Printables: If you haven’t started your garden planning, it’s definitely that time of year! $5 Dinners has four free printable pages for your garden this year: Garden Planner, Square Foot Garden Planner (my favorite), Container Gardening Planner and Garden Harvest tracker.

Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: Get four rare coupons for Biokleen cleaners, $1/1 Alexia Frozen Side, $0.75/1 Lundbger Brown Rice Couscous, Buy One, Get One Free Better Oats, Earth’s Best coupons (five coupons including baby wipes, baby food and formula), $1/2 Boulder Organic Ice Cream, and $0.75/1 Mom’s Best Naturals Cereal(Thanks, Organic Deals, Your Green Helper and Saving Naturally).

Free Burt’s Bees Shampoo with $25 Purchase: At, when you buy $25 of Burt’s Bees products, use the code SFBEE at checkout to get a free baby shampoo. Add an item from (their sister site) to get cheaper free shipping, at $39 instead of $49, and grab the B1G1 deal on Zum Natural Goat’s Milk soaps.

Stephanie Langford loves to share ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes, and carefully steward all that they’ve been given. She writes about naturally inspired living at Keeper of the Home.

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  1. Marcy says

    Do you know where I can find “Mom’s Best Naturals Cereal”? I checked CVS as previously mentioned but they don’t carry it…

  2. Jocelyn says

    HyVee and Fareway carry Mom’s Best cereal if they’re in your area. They are very reasonably priced at around $2.50/box and made with natural ingredients.

  3. Emily says

    I always forget to ask when I’m in Whole Foods… do they take a store coupon stacked on a manuacturer’s coupon?

    • Liz says

      I called the customer service at my local Whole Foods which said they will not allow stacking. I’m tempted to call again and see if i get the same answer…..(i am in Southeast PA)

      • Heather says

        At my Whole Foods in NJ, they do not allow stacking. But they do keep a basket of coupons at the Customer Service desk and are coupon friendly – just not stacking.

  4. JenR says

    Our Walmart carries Mom’s Best. It’s one of my favorite inexpensive brands. Look on the other side of the aisle from the main cereal area, or possibly with the natural brands, they seem to move.

  5. Emily Woodall says

    I just wanted to say THANKS so much for posting Whole Foods match ups and organic grocery deals…I love to be frugal and need to pinch pennies, but feel that it is so important to feed my family healthy foods…this is a wonderful resource for me. Thank you for all your hard work…I don’t know how I would grocery shop without you!

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