Hi, I’m Sam with Grocery Coupon Network and
today I wanted to talk to you a little bit about saving on organic foods. Organic coupons
are out there, they just don’t come around quite as often as non-organic coupons do.
But the best way to save on organic foods is the same way you save on non-organic foods.
Wait for a sale, pair it with a coupon, stack another coupon if possible, a store coupon
and buying in bulk. Those are my four best tips for saving on organic foods. At Whole
Foods and Target they both have store coupons that come around occasionally that you can
stack with manufacturer’s coupons on their organic products. This makes for a great deal
if you can catch it at a time when there’s a sale or sometimes even if it’s not on sale.
If your coupons are a high enough value it still makes for a really good deal to stack
the coupons and save. So these are some products that I just wanted to share with you. This
I got at target using a printable coupon from Grocery Coupon Network. It was on sale for
$1.25 and it was a $0.50 off coupon so I paid $0.75 for this can of organic diced tomatoes.
And you would pay that for a can of non-organic tomatoes if you weren’t using a coupon or
didn’t have a sale. So this is a good deal and it’s a product we use a lot in my house.
Another staple item that we always need is flour, organic flour. Whole Foods recently
had this on sale for $1.98 and there was a $1.00 printable coupon available a while back
also Grocery Coupon Network and it made for a really great deal, only $0.98 a bag but
occasionally like last year Whole Foods had a coupon you could stack with it making it
free. It was $1.00 off Whole Foods coupon and a $1.00 off printable coupon so free organic
flour. This is a product we also like in my house. We eat it as snacks, we eat it on yogurt.
It’s a new, newish product, Natures Path Organic Love Crunch Granola and it’s kind of a pricy
product. Normally about $5.00 for the bag but this week at Whole Foods it was on sale
for $3.50 plus there were two coupons you could stack making it $1.75 per bag which
is a great deal for this level and quality of organic granola. But you can save on organic
foods. It’s a little bit harder and you have to work a little bit more for it but you can
find some really great organic deals by using coupons. So follow Grocery Coupon Network
for all of our match-ups and coupon tips and to help you save lots of money.