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Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

Natural and Organic Deals

$18 for $40 at EcoMom: There’s another voucher available for EcoMom.com, a popular online shop full of organic and eco-friendly items for moms and little ones. Mamasource has a  $40 voucher for only $20, and save another 10% with the coupon code ECOMOM10 at checkout.

Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $2 off any 3 different Stonyfield yogurt products, $1.25/1 Barbara’s Cereal (make it $1.75 by “liking” on Facebook), $1/1 Numi Tea, $1/1 Alexia Foods, $1/2 Wolfgang Puck Soup, $0.55/1 So Delicious Dairy Free$0.50/2 Peter Rabbit Organic Pouches, $1/1 Applegate Organic or Natural Meat Product$0.50/1 five lb Vidalia Onions (Facebook offer), $1.50/1 Silk Beverage (Note: I don’t endorse Soymilk, but they also make Almond and Coconut milk). (Thanks, Organic Deals!)

$50 of Organic Produce Coupons in One Year: Earthbound Farms has just launched their Organic Step Forward program. When you sign up (address/email) you gain access to various Earthbound Farms organic produce coupons, as they are made available over the course of the year. First up is a $0.75/1 Dippin’ Doubles and $0.75/1 Power Greens salad mix.

Beauty and Household Coupons: Apparently, someone declared “amazing natural and organic coupon week”, because there are just so many great coupons right now. For non-toxic cleaning, we’ve got $1/2 Greenworks Cleaning Products$1/1 Greenshield Organic Cleaning Products, and $0.75/1 Earth Friendly Cleaning Product (Facebook offer — long expiration date!). For beauty needs, be sure to print out these 2 rare coupons– $3/1 Avalon Organics and $1/1 JASON Hair Care Product (both Facebook offers).

3 Boxes Ecover Dishwasher Tablets for $6.06 Shipped: This is just one example of the great deals possible at Vitacost with your $10 off $10 coupon— get 3 boxes at $3.69 each and pay just $6.06 including shipping. Ecover cleaning products are on sale right now and the prices are excellent whether you have a coupon or not. (Thanks, The Frugal Greenish Mama!)

Free Cloth Pad: Party in My Pants has 4 different options for a free pad for the “cloth pad curious”. Pads are regular $9.99 each, but you just pay the $3.99 shipping. One of my writers recently reviewed this particular brand (among others). (Thanks, Healthy Life Deals!)

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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4 Comments

  1. Rachel says:

    I’d actually like to recommend http://www.lunapads.com for the cloth pad curious. They also sell the ever popular DivaCup too. 🙂

  2. Amy Rose says:

    What do you mean when you say you don’t endorse soy milk?

    • Stephanie says:

      Good question! 🙂

      I mean that as a blogger who shares info about healthy living, soymilk isn’t something that I would consider a health food nor would I recommend it to anyone. When I write these natural deal posts each week, I actually purposefully avoid sharing deals on soy products (soymilk, soy protein bars, fake soy “meats”, etc.) because of the research that I have done on the topic. I think that not only is it not good for you, but it’s actually a harmful and dangerous thing to consume (at least, the way that our modern Western society eats it).

      This post from my site explains more in details the issues with soy:
      http://www.keeperofthehome.org/2010/06/the-soy-decoy-dont-be-deceived.html. Hopefully that helps to answer your question!

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