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Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

Natural and Organic Deals

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.

Find more Natural & Organic tips and deals. (Note: Some of the links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here.)

Amazon.com: The best online household and grocery deals this week

Here are some of this week’s best grocery & household deals from Amazon.com. Many of these prices are higher than what you’d pay by combining coupons with sales, but they may be good deals for you if you live where there aren’t many stores or deals are scarce:

Last week, Amazon made some sudden changes to the Amazon Mom program, dropping the total discount from 30% to 20%. While this is obviously disappointing for the many families who had come to rely on this program, there are still some good deals to be had, and we’ll continue to watch for coupons and sales to help you save even more. In the meantime, if you’ve placed a Subscribe & Save order in the past, you can still request new shipments at the 30% discount for the same size/style. Go to My Account->Manage Subscribe & Save Items.

Luvs Diapers: This week, the best deal is on Luvs Ultra Leakguard Diapers, which are still as low as $0.11/diaper after both discounts.

Pirate’s Booty Veggies: Pick up 1-ounce bags of Pirate’s Booty Veggie for $0.83 each. These are gluten-free, but they make a yummy & healthy snack for everyone in your family.

Clif Kid Zbar: Our family loves these bars and right now you can pick up an 18-ct. pack of Chocolate Brownie Zbars for just $11.04.

Lucy’s Cookies: Or get Lucy’s Grab and Go Gluten-Free Cookies for just $0.93/pack. We haven’t tried this brand yet, but the reviews are great.

Cascade Complete: In addition to the sale price on the regular varieties, you can also pick up Cascade Complete Phosphate Free All-in-1 Pacs (48 ct.) for $11.02.

Q-Tips: If you missed this deal last time, you can stock up on an 1,875-ct. package of Q-Tips Swabs for $7.90.

Terry & Mandi are a busy mother-daughter team that look for ways to save money without sacrificing a lot of time, and they share their love for all things Amazon.com at Jungle Deals & Steals.

Last week’s Azure Standard order


I didn’t get a picture of my Azure Standard order from last week posted on Saturday like I’d planned. Life happened… and the blogging plans went out the window. Oh well!

At any rate, here’s what I got

Azure Standard Order

5 lbs. of Lundberg Short-Grain Rice — $5.75

10 lbs. of organic Unbleached Flour — $11.50

4 lbs. of organic Valencia oranges — $4.50

20 lbs. of organic apples (seconds) — $10

Once again, my friend and I ordered together so that we didn’t have to worry about meeting the $50 minimum required to order for the local drop-off.

I was very pleased with the products I received, though the oranges were not that great, in my opinion. However, I did want to mention that the truck was supposed to come in at 10:30 a.m. and then, the night before, they emailed to say it wasn’t coming until 2 p.m. It didn’t end up coming in until 3 p.m.

My wonderful assistant, Erika, picked up the order for us, so it didn’t completely mess up our homeschool/daily schedule. If I had been trying to pick it up on my own and bringing all three children with me, it would have been quite frustrating to have the time changed the night before and then have to wait for the truck for an extra hour.

Last time around the truck was right on time, so I’m not sure if it being delayed is a common or a rare occurrence, but I wanted to mention it for those of you considering ordering from Azure Standard.

Also pictured is the box of Clif Zbars we got in the mail from Amazon. They were free using Amazon gift cards from Swagbucks.

Super Savings Saturday: My Azure Standard order + a quick health food store shopping trip

So, I’m pretty much in love with Azure Standard. I’d heard about it for a long time from my friend, Laura from Heavenly Homemakers. However, I’m a little chicken when it comes to trying new things–especially things that require forking out a monetary investment.

However, my local friend, Angie, researched out how it all works and what the best deals were, and she held my hand through the whole process. She even let me order with her so that I didn’t have to worry about the $50 minimum (though I actually ending up ordering a little over $50 when it was all said and done). And then we split the 20-pound box of apples.

I am so glad I took the plunge to try something new. Not only was it really quite simple and uncomplicated to order and pick up our order from the delivery truck, but I am so happy with what I ended up buying.

Azure Standard Order

5 lbs. of organic Azure Farm popcorn — $4.95

1 gallon bulk raw clover honey — $30.40

10 pounds organic Akane apples — $9.50

10 pounds organic rolled oats — $4.90 each

I also stopped at the health food store today and bought some organic bananas that were marked down to $0.39 per pound and some eggs that were marked down to $0.99 per dozen.

Earlier this week, Jesse stopped by Dillon’s and Aldi for me and bought lettuce, cilantro, cheese, honey, flour, milk, peanut butter, chocolate chips, tortillas, black beans, and lemons/limes. In the hubbub of preparing for the garage sale, I didn’t get a picture taken. He spent a little over $22 total.

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Did you snag any great deals or bargains this week or save money in other ways? If so, be sure to post about them on your blog and leave your link below. Please remember that this weekly round-up is to share deals you personally got and/or money you were able to save this week. In order to keep this weekly round-up focused on helping and inspiring others in their efforts to save money, links which have little-to-no content other than promoting affiliate links, etc. will be deleted. Also, to make it easy for everyone to navigate quickly through the links, your link must link directly to your Super Savings Saturday post.

Yesterday’s Shopping Trip: The health food store

I stopped by the health food store after a lunch date with my husband yesterday. I needed to get some more turbinado and just decided to buy it at the health food store, even though it’s more expensive, since a trip to the bulk foods store was not in the schedule this week.

I was excited to find some produce markdowns while I was there! And I also picked up a few cups of steel cut oats. Well, they said “Steel Cut Oat Groats”. Is that what I’m looking for, or did I get the totally wrong thing? (Yes, I’m clueless about steel cut oats, can you tell?!)

Here’s a price breakdown:

2 bags of grapefruit — marked down to $0.99 each

2 bags of organic pears — marked down to $0.99 each

1 tub of yogurt — marked down to $1.99

Organic Steel Cut Oat Groats ($1.29/lb.) — $0.88

Organic Turbinado — $5.19

Total spent: $12.90

The pears were getting pretty close to past their prime, but I couldn’t pass them up at $0.99 per bag for organic pears. I’m making pear sauce in crockpot with them today. Yum!