Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $1/1 Alexia Foods, $1.50/2 Burt’s Bees Lip Shimmers, $1/2 Wolfgang Puck Soup or Broth, $2/1 Method Laundry Detergent (Facebook offer), $0.75/1 Lundberg Brown Rice Chips, $1/1 Little Me Organic Tea, $2/1 Weleda, $3/1 Mineral Fusion (Facebook offer), $1.50/2 Nature’s Path Eco Pacs, $0.75/1 Rudi’s Gluten Free Product, B1G1 Mom Made Products (Facebook offer), $0.50/1 Driscoll’s Berries, $1/1 So Delicious (Facebook offer). (Thanks, Saving Naturally and Healthy Life Deals!)
Two New Coupon Books: The new Mambo Sprouts Spring 2012 coupon books are out in stores now, as is the Whole Deals coupon book for May and June (although you can print these online if you prefer). Find a location that carries the Mambo Sprouts book here. (Thanks, The Frugal Greenish Mama!)
Gluten Free Oskri Bars $0.85 Each: It’s Gluten Free month at Amazon, and Oskri Quinoa Bars Gluten Free 1.9 oz bars (Pack of 20) are $16.95 shipped or $0.85 each. Another worthwhile deal is the Ancient Grains Quinoa Organic Pasta Gluten Free, Elbows, 8 oz boxes (Pack of 12) for $28.44 or $2.37 per box shipped (I haven’t tried this pasta, but a friend of mine says this is the nicest gluten free pasta she’s tried). See all of the Gluten Free deals here. (Thanks, Saving Naturally!)
Earn Recyclebank Points for Mother’s Day: There are a couple days left to earn extra Recyclebank points on the Mother’s Day page by doing simple pledges or quizzes from now until May 13th. You can also get an extra 20% off a selection of featured Mother’s Day rewards. (Thanks, The Greenbacks Gal!)
Free Apartment Gardening eBook: Want to grow your own vegetables this summer, but don’t have much space? Download your free copy of Apartment Gardening: A Practical Guide to Growing Vegetables in Small Spaces.
High-Value Barbara’s Bakery Coupon and Scenarios: The $1.25/1 Barbara’s Bakery coupon is still available (and you can make it $1.75 when you “like” Barbara’s on Facebook). Crystal shared a scenario to make it $0.84 per box this week at Dillons. Do you have any other scenarios to share?
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 overwhelmed, without going broke, and with simple meal planning.