Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $1/1 Back to Nature, $1/1 Good Earth Tea, $1/1 Non-Dairy Dream Beverage (Almond, Coconut, Rice), $1/1 Glutino Genius Gluten Free Bread (Facebook offer), $2/1 Burt’s Bees Sensitive Skin Care Product (Facebook offer), $1/1 Barbara’s Bakery, $1/2 Muir Glen, $1/1 Hain Celestial product.
Zevia Natural Soda 6-Pack As Low As $0.50 or Possibly Free: Using this $3/1 Zevia coupon, you should be able to get a 6-pack for as low as $0.50-$1, or possibly even free, depending on the price you find it for. I’ve seen prices reported between $3.50-$4 at Whole Foods, and as low as $3 at Target.
Gluten Free Planning and Cooking Ebook for Free: Amazon is currently offering the Gluten-Free, Hassle-Free: Planning and Cooking Simple Gluten-Free Meals ebook for $0.00. Note that this could change at any time, so check to make sure the price hasn’t gone up before you purchase it. (Thanks, The Frugal Greenish Mama!)
Nursing Bras for $9 Each Shipped: Right now at Zulily, A Mother’s Love nursing bras are 50-55% off. Get two bras for $11.99, plus $5.95 standard shipping, making it $17.94 shipped or just under $9 each. Shipping costs remain the same if you order more than two, bringing the cost down further.
Natural Cold Remedies Free at Rite Aid: From now until tomorrow night (Saturday, October 22, 2011), Rite Aid has 4 natural and/or homeopathic cold remedies free after UPR and rebates — Zarbees Natraflu, Similasan Kid’s Cough and Cold Relief, Arnicare Pain Relief, and Organix Cough Drops. See details here. (Thanks, Organic Deals!)
Sample Natural and Organic Products for Free: If you are a US resident, love sampling new products and don’t mind giving feedback, you may want to sign up to be a Savvy Sampler with Naturally Savvy. Products are all supposedly natural/organic. Not everyone who applies will be chosen. (Thanks, Frugal Greenish Mama!)
Stephanie Langford loves to share ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes, and carefully steward all that they’ve been given. She writes at Keeper of the Home, and has written two books geared to helping families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed and without going broke.