Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $1/1 Oregon Chai, $0.75/1 Back to Nature Dinner, $1/1 McCann’s Irish Oatmeal, $1/1 Woodstock Organic Frozen Fruits or Vegetables, $1/2 Food for Life Products, $1/1 any BioKleen Kitchen Product, $2/1 Yes to Carrots (must be $10+ value), $1/1 Yes to Tomatoes (must be $7+ value), $0.75/1 Blue Diamond Baked Nut Chips, $1/1 Nature’s Path Love Crunch Granola (mmm, yummy), $0.75/1 Earthbound Farm Organic Avocados, $1/1 Erewhon Buckwheat and Hemp Cereal, $1/1 Green & Blacks Organic Chocolate (Facebook offer), $1/1 Organic Girl Salad. (Thanks, Organic Deals!)
Earn up to 150 Recyclebank Points: You can early 60 points with the SC Johnson Green Choices September challenge, 25 points from Suave (smart ways to save water in the bathroom) and up to 65 points with Virtually Recycle Your Plastic Bottles (iPhone app). As for coupons, there is also a Happy Times B1G1 Snack Packs coupon discounted to 25 points (usually 50) and a Nature’s Gate $2 off any product for 60 points.
Free Natural Cleaning Kindle eBook: Making your own cleaning supplies with natural, simple ingredients is one of the best ways to save money while reducing toxins in your home. The eBook Back To Beauty Home Edition: 25 Natural Cleaning Recipes For A Green Home And A Healthy Planet is currently free on Amazon (but be sure to check the price before you buy, because these prices can change at any time).
Rice Flour 2 lbs for $3.14: Amazon has Arrowhead Mills White Organic Rice Flour, 32-Ounce, 2 Pound Bags (Pack of 4) (Multi-Pack) for $12.55 or $3.14 each. It is eligible for $25 Super Saver Shipping, and it is a Manager’s Special, so it may go quickly. (Thanks, Gluten Freely Frugal!)
2 Jamba Juice Coupons: Good from now through September 30, 2012, you can print coupons for Slow-Cooked Steel Cut Organic Oatmeal for $2 or Fresh Squeeze Juice or Juice Blends (12 oz) for $2. (Thanks, Organic 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 that teaches saxophone lessons in Surrey 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.