Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

Natural and Organic Deals

Because of some changes in my schedule, this is my last week to put together these Natural and Organic deals (although it certainly won’t be the last time you see these types of healthy deals on Money Saving Mom®, just not in this particular format). It’s been a privilege to write these deals for you for the past 2 1/2 years, and help you to take small steps towards healthier living and eating. Thanks for letting me share with you! — Stephanie from Keeper of the Home

Arrowhead Organic Pancake Mix $1.99 Each: At Whole Foods Market, use this $1/1 Arrowhead Mills Baking Product coupon together with this $1/1 Arrowhead Mills store coupon to pick up their Organic Buckwheat Pancake and Waffle Mix 26 oz. for just $1.99 ($3.99 before coupons). Ends 1/15. (Thanks, Saving Naturally!)

Earn 30 Recyclebank Points in a Minute: You can earn a quick 30 Recyclebank points by completing these two actions: “Learn how a recycled cereal box can make a mom smile” (15 points) and “Learn how a recycled cereal box can brighten your world” (15 points).

Cheap Method and Seventh Generation Products at Target: From now through to Saturday, Jan.12th, you can get Seventh Generation Dish Soap for just $1.67 with this $1/1 Target store coupon (reg. $2.67). There is also a $1/1 Method coupon that can be stacked with the $0.50/1 Method coupon from the 1/6 SmartSource insert, to get the 12 oz. hand soap for just $1.17 each after coupons (reg. $2.67).

Seventh Generation Auto Dish Pacs $0.20 Each: Right now through Amazon Subscribe & Save, you can get Seventh Generation Auto Dish Pacs, Free and Clear, 20-Count for just $4.05 shipped (just make sure you choose the Clip Coupon button on the sales page before you go to checkout because it gives you the extra 10% off). This is the lowest price on these to date. (Thanks, Jungle Deals and Steals!)

Bulk Spelt Berries for $1.44/lb Shipped: Although Azure Standard is still just slightly cheaper, for all those who don’t have access to Azure, this is a fantastic deal. Spelt berries are on special this month at Bob’s Red Mill (along with hard red wheat berries, oat groats, and gluten free steel cut oats). Get a 25 lb bag for just $21.52 plus about $14 in shipping (ground is the cheapest option). If you buy more (for example, 25 lbs of oats) the shipping only goes up a bit so it’s an even better stock-up price. I know, 25 lbs is a lot, but spelt berries can be stored indefinitely in well-sealed containers.

Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: B1G1 Happy Family Happy Squeeze Pouches, $0.50/1 Happy Family (Facebook offer), $1/1 Alexia Foods, $1/2 Blue Diamond Almond Breeze, $1/1 Horzion Organic American Cheese Singles, $1/1 Starbucks Packaged Coffee or K-Cups (look for organic/fair trade), $1/1 Reynold’s Parchment Paper, $0.85/1 Truvia Sweetener and another $0.85/1, $1/3 Larabar or Jocolat plus this $0.85/3 coupon, $1/1 Rudi’s Organic Product (Facebook offer), $1/1 Alter Eco Fair Trade and Organic Chocolate, $1/1 Alter Eco Royal Rainbow Quinoa, $1/1 Biokleen Laundry Product, $0.50/1 Sugar-Free Glee Gum, $1/1 Barowsky’s Organic Bread.

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 that teaches guitar lessons in Surrey 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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  1. Teresa says

    Thanks, Stephanie, for these deals over the years. I have always looked forward to them. Best wishes!

  2. millicent says

    Thanks for the coupons!
    FYI–Truvia is full of other stuff and isn’t good for you. It has Erythritol which is bad :(

    • says

      You’re welcome, Millicent. And Truvia is a tough one… personally, I’m not so sure about it and don’t buy it, but other people that I respect as far as their research/opinions on nutrition feel that it’s ok. I’ll leave it to the individual to decide, but I included it because I know that some choose to use it. Personally, we prefer other brands with just pure stevia. :)

      • millicent says

        Oh, I don’t think it’s bad that you included it—I just always like to throw that out there for anyone who is considering buying it, especially b/c of a coupon :) I go for the pure stevia, too :)
        Thanks!!