Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: Rudi’s $1/1 Gluten-Free Bread$1/1 Food Should Taste Good$1/8 Stonyfield Oikos YogurtBuy One, Get One Free Glee Gum$1/1 Maple Grove Farms Organic Product$1/1 So Delicious product$2/2 FAGE Yogurt (Facebook),  $0.55/1 San-J Tamari Sauce$0.55/1 Enjoy Life product (gluten free). (Thanks, Organic Deals and Saving Naturally!)

Seventh Generation Baby Wipes As Low As $0.49 at Whole Foods Market: A package of Seventh Generation baby wipes is $2.49-$3.39 (varies by store). Stack a $1/1 coupon with a $1/1 Whole Deal coupon to get them for $0.49-$1.39. Barbara’s Bakery Cereals are also on for $2.50-$3.69 (depending on the store). Use this $1/1 coupon together with a $1/1 Whole Deal coupon to pick up cereal for $0.50-$1.69. (Thanks, Thrifty Mama and Your Green Helper!)

NOW Supplements on Sale at Soap.com: The entire NOW line of supplements is discounted, ranging from about 25-50% off regular price. Shipping is free at $39. If you’ve never ordered from Soap.com before, use coupon code SAVEMOM for 20% off your entire order, and remember to shop through Ebates for another 4% cashback.

Free Veggie Seeds and Garden Gloves: With two purchases of any Annie’s products, sign up to receive a free gardening gift pack including a pack of vegetable seeds and garden gloves.

Glass Straw Family Set for 35% Off: I know, glass straws sound crazy, but our family owns and loves these reusable, non-toxic alternatives to plastic straws. Strawesome currently has an anniversary special on a 6-straw family set, regular $62 and now only $39. Yes, they’re still a bit expensive but they come with a lifetime warranty, so you’ll never need to buy straws again. Their clearance section which includes imperfect/discounted straws is also worth looking at.

30% Off Coupon at Botanic Choice: Get an extra 30% off your entire order at Botanic Choice (plus free shipping on $30) with code FSTHIRTY. Botanic Choice sells herbal remedies, essential oils, supplements, herbal teas and even stevia.

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. Katie says

    I’m sad that you have to post in every single post that you’re using affiliate links. That means you have had people get really angry with you for not disclosing that. I don’t understand why it’s a big deal. This is your site and you’re allowed to use your affiliate links- especially when you’re donating all proceeds to such a great cause and giving people free advice on how to save money. Keep up the great work, we appreciate everything you do!

    • says

      Actually, truth be told, it has nothing to do with people being upset about not disclosing. :) I read a book recently which really caused me to re-think my current affiliate policy and, after some discussion with my husband, we decided to go ahead and start disclosing in every post which contained an affiliate link. That way, you know exactly what you’re getting here.

      Plus, I have a series coming up on Blogging for Profit and I thought it would be helpful for people to see specifically how I’m using affiliate links and what is working for me.

      I hope that helps you feel less sad! :)

    • says

      We have had a kids straw break, but we also have stone floors, which most people don’t have in their kitchen. Stone floors + glass straws isn’t a super great combo. But regardless, they have a lifetime warranty and if they break, they will be replaced, which I love. :)

  2. Katie says

    Well that does make me feel a lot better :). I just noticed the disclosures a few weeks ago and kept thinking to myself that you had to have gotten nasty e-mails about your links. I’m glad to hear that’s not the case!

  3. Melissa says

    Glass straws! I’d be worried about using these with my kids. We use the stainless steel straws. They were only about $11 for a pack of 4 on amazon.

    • says

      That’s a good deal for the stainless steel ones. I just can’t imagine drinking out of metal, but then I have a thing with metal and my mouth. Ick. But it is definitely another good option for those wanting something non-toxic and reusable!

  4. says

    I wondered about the glass straws, too! I was just telling someone how silly that was, but if they have a lifetime guarantee, they must be sturdy!

    The 7th Gen. baby wipes coupon at Whole Foods is gone :-(

    • says

      They are quite sturdy, they make them quite thick and with a special process that makes them less breakable.

      Actually, it’s not a specific 7th gen wipes coupon. It’s a $1/1 any 7th gen product coupon, which could be used for the wipes, but also for any other product that you need instead.

    • says

      We really enjoy using them. The first couple of times felt odd, but now I love the feel of them in my mouth, and so does my husband and my kids. We have had a straw break, but we also have stone floors in our kitchen, which isn’t a great combination with glass straws. For most people, with linoleum or laminiate or wood floors, I think you’d be a lot less likely to break one.

  5. Tracy says

    How do you clean re-usable straws? I have some sippy cups that came with plastic re-usable straws, and one time some stuff got stuck inside when I put it in the dishwasher. Can’t get it out. I’m worried that would happen with glass or stainless ones too. Do you have to buy teeeeeny tiny pipe cleaners? :)