Each month as I go through the printable coupon websites, I have to make decisions about which coupons to include and which ones to skip. Sometimes it’s an easy decision. Certified organic products almost always get included. Some brands that I know are responsible but aren’t organic also always get included when they offer coupons like Cabot dairy or Immaculate Baking Company’s refrigerated cookie dough.
As major manufacturers reformulate foods or create new lines that are “simple” or “natural," I need to decide if I’m going to include them or not. When I opt to link to them, I understand that they may not meet everyone's standards for the foods they choose to eat.
As you take a look at the coupons in these roundups, do so with the understanding that linking to these coupons is not an endorsement of the product or a recommendation that they are totally healthy, natural, good-for-you foods.They’re simply coupons for foods that I think some of you might use or perhaps just want to check out even if you make the choice to not buy them. One example is a new coupon this month for Pillsbury’s Purely Simple baking and frosting mixes “made with simple ingredients containing no colors, preservatives or artificial flavors.”
As you plan for your regular meals and your summer celebrations, like the upcoming Fourth of July weekend, save a few dollars on your meals with these coupons.
- Ellyndale Foods Oils $1/1
- RiceSelect Couscous or Orzo $1/1
- Kits Organic Bar $.75/1
- Evolution Fresh Juice $1/1
- Organic Valley Sliced Cheese $1/1
- Peanut Butter & Co $1/1
- Horizon Products $1/2
- Pacific Foods Organic Polenta $1/1
- Nature Valley Foods $1/1
- Pacific Foods Baked & Refried Beans $1/1
- Many others you may be interested in
- Recipe idea: Use the coupon for polenta and buy some fresh veggies from the farmers market to make Baked Polenta with Roasted Vegetables .
Target (must be used at Target stores)
- Simply Balanced Greek Yogurt $.75/1
- Seventh Generation Touch of Cloth Diapers $3/1 package
- Simply Balanced Eggs and Organic Milk $1.50/both if purchased together
- Fresh fruits, vegetables, bakery and deli $4 off $20
- Learn more about Target’s Simply Balanced line of food
- Find out how to save the most money at Target using coupons, cards and apps
- Recipe idea: Use the eggs and milk coupons, buy some seasonal blackberries, and make Blackberry Clafoutis, a custard-like dessert.
From Whole Foods (must be used at Whole Foods stores)
- Argo Tea $.50/1
- Barbara’s Better Granola $1.50/1
- Choice Organic Teas $1/1
- Organic Valley 6-pack Stringles $1/1
- 365 Organic Barbeque Sauce $.50/1
- 365 Freeze Dried Fruits $.50/1
- Whole Foods Organic Juices $1/1
- Stonyfield YoKids $1/1
- Rudi’s Organic or Gluten-Free products $1/1
- Mary’s Gone Crackers $1/1
- Honest Kids Organic Juice $.50/1
- Many others you may be interested in
- Recipe idea: Buy barbecue sauce using the coupon to make BBQ Chicken Polenta.
- Kikkoman Soy Sauce (organic options) $.55/1
- Star Olive Oil (organic options) $1/1
- Florida Crystals Organic Sugar $.55/1
- Wholesome Sweetener $1/1
- Evol Single Serve Frozen Entrée $1.50/1
- Earth Balance Mayo or Spread $1/1
- Pam Cooking Spray (organic options) $.40/1
- Explore Asian Organic, Gluten-Free Pasta $1/1
- Seeds of Change 1 Free (after taking short survey coupon will arrive in 6-8 weeks)
- Recipe idea: Use the Kikkoman coupon to buy organic soy sauce to use in Pan Fried Tofu with Peanut Sauce .
- Yoplait Yogurt (can be used on Simply Gogurt) $.35/1
- Gerber Organic Pouches $1/4
- Pillsbury Purely Simple Mix $.55/1
- Larabar $.40/1
- Barbara’s Cereal $1/1
- Recipe idea: If you want to give the new Pillsbury Purely Simple Mix a try and you’re going camping this summer, use it to make Campfire Orange Cakes .
For more manufacturers that offer online coupons but require you to sign up for a newsletter, create an account, or jump through some other hoop first, check out Where to find coupons for natural and organic products .
Note: Products labeled natural or all-natural are very loosely regulated. Some of them may contain genetically modified ingredients (GMOs).
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