Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: Plenty of new coupons for you this week! $1/1 Rudi’s Organic Bread, $1/1 GreenWorks Compostable Cleaning Wipes, $1/1 Wonderful Pistachios, $1/1 Similisan homeopathic product, $0.50/1 Annie Chun product, $3/1 Yummy Bear Organics Gummi Vitamins, $1/1 Mom Made Meal or Munchie and, last but not least, $1.50/1 Bakery on Main product. (Thanks, Organic Deals, Your Green Helper and Healthy Life Deals!)
Cascadian Farms Cereal $1.68 with $3.50 Back in Coupons at Walmart: At many Walmarts, find specially marked boxes of Cascadian Farms Cereal with $3.50 worth of coupons on the back, including $1.50 off fresh produce at Walmart, $1/1 Cascadian Farms Cereal and $1/1 CF Granola Bars. Take $1 off the cereal with this coupon (new registrations only) to get the cereal for $1.68. (Thanks, Healthy Life Deals!)
Seventh Generation Deals at Amazon: Get selected Seventh Generation cleaning and household products for 30% off, with the coupon code SEVCLEAN. My favorite deal is a case of eight boxes of Free & Clear Automatic Dishwasher Detergent (the larger 75 oz. box) for $4.77 per box shipped ($38.14 total). Other great Amazon deals include the Seventh Generation baby wipes Crystal posted earlier, as well as the Revolution Foods Organic Jammy Sammy snacks for $1.81 per box shipped, with Subscribe & Save and coupon code PLUMOR33 (thanks, Organic Deals!).
Inexpensive Muir Glen Tomato Paste at Whole Foods: Get Muir Glen organic tomato paste for free, canned tomatoes for $0.14 or canned pizza sauce for $0.24 by stacking this $0.75/1 coupon from Coupons.com with this $1/1 Whole Foods coupon. (Thanks, Thrifty Mama!)
$20 off $40 Off Garden Purchase: Gardening season is beginning and this $20 off a $40 purchase discount from Gurney’s Seed and Nursery Co. will help you to stock up on vegetable seeds (including heirloom seeds), plants or other gardening supplies. Offer seems to be for first time customers only. (Thanks, Thrifty Mama!)
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.