Just a few deals I picked up at Whole Foods this week. With all of the travel for work this past month, I haven't done much shopping however I have been clipping and saving coupons! Please keep in mind the prices are based on my local WF in Northern California and may differ in your neighborhood store.
Unsweetened Chocolate Almond Breeze: Normal Price was $1.99 however the Whole Deal (WF in-store coupon book) has a $1 off 2 containers. Mambosprouts also has a printable coupon for $1 off 2 containers. Stack them together and you get two containers of almond milk for $0.99 each! 50% off!
Celestial Seasonings Tea: I found a coupon in a box of tea! Combining the $1 manufacturer coupon with the Whole Deal $1 off coupon and the $3.99 box of tea became $1.99! 50% off!
Nasoya Extra Firm Tofu: I am still surprised when I find a coupon for tofu in the newspaper but sure enough I found a $0.75 off one product in a paper in this last month. Combining this with the $1.25 Whole Deal coupon and my $2.99 organic tofu became $0.99 - a 66% savings! Even if you don't have a manufacturer coupon, the in-store coupon is a great deal by itself.
Fig Foods Co. Soups: These soups are delicious and made with real food. I found a $1 off coupon for three containers on MamboSprouts and combined it with a $1 off three from the Whole Deal. These soups are a bit pricier but I think the ingredients and taste make them worth it so when I find a deal, I stock up! The soups normally retail for $3.49 and after discount were only $2.82 each.
365 Everyday Value Dried Organic Garbanzo Beans: If you really like to save money, buying dried beans is probably already something you do. It saves a lot of money over buying canned, and while I keep a couple cans around for busy nights, I try to buy dried when possible. Using the Whole Deal coupon for $1 off a 1-lb (16oz) bag of dried garbanzos, I paid only $1.79.
Finally, if you are a probiotics fan and haven't checked out the GoodBelly 12-day Challenge, you need to sign up now! You get two coupons when you sign up that are really valuable and another one at the end of the challenge. Trust me on this one!
I get asked by readers if I am being paid to push products. The simple answer is no. In fact, most of the products I write about are ones I have found and purchased during my trips to the grocery store or on the road. Occasionally, a company will send a sample my way and if I believe the product will serve a need for my readers and I would buy the product myself, then I will share it with you. Sometimes I will write to a company after reading about it, if I believe it will help us lead healthier lifestyles. But even then, if the product doesn't pass my scrutiny, it won't make the screen of Uncovering Food. You can trust that every product or recipe posted here has passed through my lips, and that I wouldn't blog about it if it wasn't worthy of you... my favorite readers.