Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

Natural and Organic Deals

Method Dish Soap or Cleaners $0.69: Target has cut their prices on Method cleaning products at many stores, down to $2.69 each. Use the coupons in this stacking scenario to get them for $0.69 each (and check for Method products on clearance, as many readers have reported finding them marked down even further). They aren’t 100% natural, but they’re certainly far better than most.

Earth Day Freebies: On April 22nd, 2012, it’s time to celebrate Earth Day, and once again, this means lots of fantastic earth-friendly freebies! For example, get a free full-sized bottle of Origins facial moisturizer. Here’s an excellent (and growing) list of Earth Day freebies from Organic Deals.

Another 110 Points at Recyclebank: The Asia-Pacific region in Passport for the Planet is now available, as well as a couple of other new challenges, giving you a possible 110 free points from Recyclebank. Put your points towards high-value natural and organic coupons, free magazine subscriptions, etc.

Free Sample of Zevia: If you’d like to try this zero calorie, stevia-sweetened natural soda, just complete their “New Fan” form to receive a free sample. (Thanks, The Frugal Greenish Mama!)

Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $1/1 Zevia Soda 6-Pack, $1/1 Country Choice Organic Product, $0.85/1 Cascadian Farms and $0.75/1 Cascadian Farms, $1/1 Alexia Foods, $0.55/1 So Delicious Dairy Free, $0.75/1 Traditional Medicinals Teas, $1/1 Udi’s Gluten Free Pizza, $1/2 Ella’s Kitchen, $1/1 Mom Made Meals, $1/1 Peace Cereal, $0.50/1 Brown Cow Cream Top 32 oz. Yogurt (and various other coupons available). (Thanks, The Greenbacks Gal and Healthy Life Deals!)

Current Larabar Deals: Take advantage of Whole Food Market’s 10% case discounts on Larabars. With the $1/4 Larabar coupon, get them for $0.70 each in a case of 10. Or, try the new Larabar Uber Bars for only $0.38 each in a case when you stack with the $1/2 Whole Deals coupon. See both scenarios here. (Even better, make Cherry Pie “Larabars” yourself. Yum.)

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, B.C. with her husband, and has written 3 books to help families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmedwithout going broke, and with simple meal planning.

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    • says

      Oh, interesting about 16 in a case. Healthy Life Deals (where I found the initial scenario) said hers were 10. Where I live, I usually find them in small boxes of only 5, other than Costco. I guess it must vary depending on where you live and where you shop!

  1. Katy says

    Also, Amazon is running what looks to be around 50% off on several of their Organic spices, like minced onions, etc. Frontier brand is the ones I’ve noticed, but there are a few others.

  2. Heather says

    I just want to let you know how much I love your posts on wholesome stuff. I have slowly drifted away from super dooper couponing as I start to introduce “real” food in my home. But your site still has value to me because of this type of stuff. Not to mention all your homemaking tips!

  3. Shawna says

    I am dairy free since I am nursing my daughter who is allergic to dairy and was wondering where you find dairy free chocolate chips for cheap. I know a lot of like bittersweet choc is supposed to not have dairy but in our few stores most do..