Let's face it. Organic food is expensive. Organic foods are labor intensive to produce and therefore cost more to the consumer. You rarely will find coupons for organic foods in the Sunday paper. You can find coupons at producers websites as well as a couple other sites to save yourself some money. Those I have listed below all have coupons you can print out at home. With the economy in such bad shape it's nice to know that you can save some green on your grocery bill. You may want to sign up for a separate email account specifically for the coupons so you don't bog down your regular email address.
- Organic Valley - Their products are widely available (I've seen them at Kroger and Whole Foods) here in Virginia so you don't have to go to a natural food store to get them.
- Stonyfield Farm - You're most familiar with their organic yogurt. They're the maker of the Yobaby yogurt that's so popular. They also make the yogurt tubes (think Gogurt only organic) that kids love. The Hubby and I are really excited to try their limited edition Pumpkin Pie flavor!
- Pacific Natural - These guys make the boxed soups and stocks that are so easy to use. Costco actually carried their organic chicken broth and organic roasted red pepper soup for a while.
- Seventh Generation - While these Seventh Generation doesn't make food, they seem to make everything else. Seventh Generation has range of eco-friendly products that include everything from cleaners to chlorine free diapers.
- Mambo Sprouts - Offers printable coupons for natural and organic products. They also make the coupon books available at Whole Foods.
- Healthesavers.com - This website will email you links to print the coupons you select. I just picked up a coupon for BioKleen products which are really hard to come by.
I'll pass along more as I find them.