A new month means new coupons to print. Sometimes the coupons I mention in my monthly roundup are for mainstream brands that offer an organic version of their product. When I do that, I indicate it with (organic options). You’ll notice this month that Kikkoman Soy Sauce, Heinz Ketchup, and Star Olive Oil – all brands not usually thought of organic brands - have coupons.

Let’s get to the savings.

From Coupons.com

  • Yoplait (can use on Simply Gogurt) $.75/1
  • Food Should Taste Good $.75/1
  • Lipton Black Tea Bags (Rainforest Alliance Certified) $1/1
  • Cascadian Farm Product $.75/1
  • Larabar Multi-pack $1/1
  • EcoTools Cosmetic Brush $1/1
  • EcoTools Sponge $1/1
  • Rudi’s Organic Bakery $1/1
  • Recipe idea: Use the Rudi’s coupon to buy tortillas and make Slow Cooker Chicken Taco and Burrito Filling to stuff them with.
From Mambo Sprouts
  • Pacific Foods Pasta Meal $.1/1
  • Pacific Foods Beans $1/1
  • Pacific Foods Humus $1/1
  • Melt Organic Spread Buy one get one free
  • Choice Organic Teas $1/2
  • Back to Nature Items $1/1
  • Upton’s Naturals Seiran $.50/1
  • R.W. Knudson Juice $.75/1
  • Honest Fizz $1/6-pack
  • Many others you may be interested in
  • Recipe idea: Use the Pacific Foods Beans coupon to buy black beans to make Black Bean and Beef Chili.
From SmartSource.com
  • Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Sweeteners $1/1
  • Kikkoman Soy Sauce (organic options) $.55/1
  • Star Olive Oil (organic options) $1/1
  • Horizon Products $.75/2
  • Florida Crystals Organic Sugar $.55/1
  • Recipe idea: Use one of the sugar coupons to make these Peanut Butter Granola Bars.
From Whole Foods (must be used at Whole Foods stores)
  • Organic Valley Sour Cream $1/1
  • Back to Nature Products $1/1
  • Alexia Product $.75/1
  • Beyond Meat Pack $1/1
  • Imagine Products $2/2
  • Late July Organic Tortilla Chips $1/1
  • 16 oz. Honest Tea $1/2
  • Clif Bar $1/5
  • Clif Mojo $.50/1
  • Luna Bars $1/2
  • Many others you may be interested in
  • Recipe idea: If you buy the Late July Tortilla Chips, don’t throw the crumbs at the bottom of the bag away. Turn them into breadcrumbs, use them to make Mexican Migas or try one of these other 10 ways to use up tortilla chip crumbs.
Target (must be used at Target stores)
  • GE LED lighting product $2/1
  • Heinz Ketchup (organic options) $.50/1
  • Burts Bees Baby Cream-to-Powder $2.50/1
  • Annie’s Frozen Snack $1/1
  • Annie’s Snack Items $1/2
  • Simply Balanced Eggs $1/dozen
  • Simply Balanced Sparkling Juice $1/4-pack
  • Simply Balanced Pasta Sauce $.75/1
  • Learn more about Target’s Simply Balanced line of food
  • Recipe idea: Use the eggs to make Ham Hash with Eggs, a quick, easy supper that uses up leftovers.
From manufacturer websites

All of these coupons are ready to print. You don’t need to sign up for any newsletters, provide personal information, or jump through any other hoops.

For more manufacturers that offer online coupons, but make you jump through a couple of hoops for them, check out Where to find coupons for natural and organic products.

Please remember that products labeled natural are very loosely regulated. Some of them may contain genetically modified ingredients (GMOs).

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Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.