For all of you in Atlanta, which has just been named the most frugal city, and for everyone else who’s budget-minded, I’ve got an updated list of where to find coupons for organic, natural and sustainable products. Some of the places I told you about last year are back on the list, and I’ve got some additional resources to help you save money.

General coupon websites

These sites offer all sorts of grocery store coupons, so you’ll have to sift through to find the ones you’re looking for, but five minutes of sifting could save you $10 at the store.

Brand coupons

If there are specific organic brands that you buy regularly, it’s a good idea check their website for coupons. Some of them allow you to print coupons directly from their site. Others ask you to sign up for their e-mail list and then send the coupons to your inbox.

  • Annie’s Homegrown – Sign up for the newsletter, which features promotions and special offers.
  • Arrowhead Mills – Sign up for the newsletter for offers and sneak peek introductions.
  • Brown Cow – Register to get coupons for hormone-free yogurts.
  • Cascadian Farm – Join the community and receive a $1 off coupon.
  • Clif Bar – Sign up for the quarterly e-mail that contains free samples (periodically) and coupons.
  • Coleman – Complete a quick survey and get $5 in coupons for Coleman's natural and organic meats.
  • Driscoll’s – Sign up for the e-mail and receive promotions and discounts for organic produce.
  • Earthbound Organics – This company makes you work for it. Take a quiz about organics, score 100 percent, and get a coupon.
  • Earth’s Best – Coupons for organic baby food, infant formula and toddler snacks.
  • Fig Foods – Join Fig’s chat page to get a coupon for the company's products.
  • Garden of Eatin’ - $1 coupon for a bag of chips made with organic ingredients.
  • Imagine Foods - $1 off two products with the coupon on the Imagine Food site.
  • Kashi – Join the community to receive exclusive coupons.
  • Laura’s Lean Beef – Sign up for the newsletter and receive an instant e-coupon.
  • Litehouse - You need to sign up to receive a coupon good for Lighthouse products, including the organic salad dressings.
  • Horizon – Sign up to get access to coupons.
  • Marzetti – Marzetti has a line of organic salad dressings and dips.
  • Muir Glen – Organic canned tomato products.
  • Newman’s Own – The site allows you to print coupons twice and lets you know when the coupons will change so you can get the new ones.
  • Organic Valley – Coupons for Organic Valley’s dairy products like milk, butter and cheese.
  • Pacific Foods – Go to the site for coupons. I love their Creamy Tomato Soup and their organic broths.
  • R.W. Knudsen – Regsiter for coupons for natural juices.
  • Santa Cruz – Organic beverage and peanut butter coupons.
  • Seeds of Change – Organic rice, pasta and chocolate.
  • Simply Organic - Coupons for a variety of Simply Organic products.
  • Seventh Generation – Register and get instant access to coupons for household products.
  • Stonyfield – You need to register to get access to the e-coupons.
  • Tribe Hummus – Tribe makes an all natural hummus and an organic hummus.
Come back tomorrow when I’ll have a list of blogs, Facebook pages and apps that will lead you to more coupon savings.

Do you use any of these couponing sites? Do you find that they are worth the time it takes to search through? 

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