Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

Natural and Organic Deals

Box of Emergen-C for $5.01 Shipped: Get a 30-packet box of Emergen-C Electro Mix Lemon-Lime from Amazon for only $5.01 shipped with Subscribe & Save. You can also save on Traditional Medicinal organic teas. Get Organic Peppermint or Chamomile for $2.61 per box or Organic Ginger for $2.82 (all flavors come in packages of 6 boxes). (Thanks, Amazon Steals and Deals!)

Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals: $1/2 Simply Organic seasonings, 3 Aura Cacia coupons (essential oils, aromatherapy, etc.), $2/1 Udi’s Gluten Free Foods, $1/1 SunButter (rare), $0.75/2 Annie’s Homegrown products, $0.75/1 Lundberg Brown Rice Couscous, $1/1 POM Wonderful, $0.55/1 Horizon Organic Butter, $1/1 Tree Top Organic Applesauce, and $0.55/1 Ella’s Kitchen organic baby food (Facebook offer). (Thanks, Greenbacks Gal, Healthy Life Deals, and The Frugal Greenish Mama!)

Whole Chickens for $1.29/lb Today Only: At Whole Foods Markets nationwide, get whole chickens for only $1.29/lb today only (Friday, November 11, 2011). Note: these aren’t organic chickens, although they are antibiotic-free and cage-free. For those who can’t afford organic, this is a definitely step up from conventional chicken, but at a very affordable price. Limit 10 chickens per person.

Fitted Baby Sling for $11.95 Shipped: Get a fitted baby sling from Seven Slings (choose from a variety of stylish fabrics) for the cost of shipping only. Use coupon code USM10 to remove the cost of the sling from your cart. You pay shipping which is $11.95. This would make a fantastic baby shower or Christmas gift. (Thanks, Healthy Life Deals!)

$50 of Burt’s Bee Products for $25 Shipped: Every fall, Burt’s Bees comes out with a new Grab Bag, which contains at least 5 full size products, as well as sample sizes of other products and additional gifts. The value of the bag is at least $50, but they are available for $25. Use the code FALL11 to take an additional $5 off, which will cover the cost of shipping. (Thanks, The Thrifty Mama!)

Two Free Nature’s Path Products: Enter the Nature’s Path Sweepstakes to receive a free sample box of Nature’s Path Granola Bars. You can also earn a coupon for a free Nature’s Path product when you sign up for a free EcoBonus account.

Stephanie Langford loves to share ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes. She writes at Keeper of the Home, runs a music school in Surrey, BC with her sweet husband, and has written two books geared to helping families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed and without going broke.

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  1. says

    The natures path coupon is gone on ecobonus. i just checked today as i accumulated the 50 points. I emailed their customer service about any new coupons and received a generated email stating that the website would let me know of any new coupons!

  2. says

    I was just popping in to second Dina — the Nature’s Path Ecobonus coupon is gone, but you can get one of 81 different magazine subscriptions still. Their facebook page hinted that next week they may have some Annie’s coupons, so save those points!

  3. Becca says

    Has anyone gotten the Burt’s Bees grab bag before? It’s tempting but I don’t want to get a bunch of bar soap or something I won’t use. Wondering if anyone has gotten it and thinks it’s worth it.

    • says

      Becca,

      I was tempted to buy the Burt’s Bees Grab Bag but hesitated after reading comments on some other sites. It sounds like the full-sized products were largely lip items like glosses last year. The reviews I read were really varied. Some folks loved what they got while others thought the items were old and dusty and not worth it. I’m still debating whether to buy a bag, but I read enough negatives yesterday to think twice. Not sure if that helps, but I thought I would pass along the info!

      Maryalene