Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Organic Coupons – Where to Find Them - (Stage 1)

Many people hesitate to clip coupons from the Sunday paper, claiming that the coupons are generally for junk food. While I don’t completely agree with that statement (refer to my post “Questions from Readers…Aren’t You Sacrificing Healthy Eating for Junk Food When You Use Coupons?”), I do hope that more organic and natural foods coupons will be made available in the paper. That being said, just because they’re not in the paper, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get your hands on organic and natural coupons right now, as you sit at your computer. I regularly obtain organic coupons and combine the coupons with sales to get free or low cost organic and natural items (I always have a coupon for organic milk!).

So… where can you get coupons for organic and natural products? Well, look no further! I’ll be updating this post monthly so you no longer need to do the legwork. Just visit my blog to find out where to get them! Most of these brands can be found in the natural section of major supermarket chains.

Over the next three days, I’ll post about where to find organic and natural coupons. This will be broken in to three categories:

1) I want my organic coupons today! (coupons that you can get your hands on right now and/or companies with current promos)

2) Yeah, I can wait a bit… (sites that promise special offers if you sign up). This has been posted. Read here.

3) Maybe if I ask, they’ll send me some (sites that don’t have e-mail lists). This has been posted. Read here.

If there is an organic or natural foods company that you’d like to see more of, please leave a post. Also, as companies update their sites, you may find new coupons that I haven't mentioned or go to a site and notice that a coupon has disappeared. If this happens, please let me know. Also, if you find this useful, please leave a post so I can know that my hard work is not in vain (and thanks to Danny for sitting up at 2am creating the links on this! You're a rock star!)

So here’s the first category…

I want my organic coupons today!

After the Fall (natural and organic juices)
75c coupon (wait until the page has fully loaded).

Applegate Farms
(organic and natural hot dogs, bacon, sausage, frozen food, cheese snacks, deli). Sign up to receive e-mail updates of the Child Nutrition Act petition and they’ll instantly e-mail you a pdf of a $1 off any Applegate Farms product coupon.

Alexia Foods
(natural and organic appetizers, breads, mashed potatoes, oven fries, onion rings, nuggets). Sign in to get a $1 coupon off any Alexia Tuscan Style Panini.

Attune Bars (probiotic bars)
Take the 14-day challenge from Jan 1-July 30 09. If you eat one bar a day and don’t feel a difference, you’ll get a full refund (up to $28).

Arrowhead Mills
(natural, organic, whole grain and gluten-free hot and cold cereals, pancake mixes, seeds and grains). There is a $1 peelie coupon on selected products that entitle you to $1 off cereal, valid thru 12/31/09). Also, several Arrowhead Mills packages have a peelie with a redemption code that entitles you to a free cooking class (worth up to $100) when you purchase 3 products from Spectrum, Arrowhead Mills, Hain Pure Foods, Imagine or SunSpire totaling $10 or more (offer expires 3/31/09 and cooking class certificate will be valid thru 4/3/10. Lastly, if you send in 3-5 UPCs, they’ll send you either $15 or $25 of OXO kitchen tools.

Aura Cacia (pure, sustainable essential oils, aromatherapy for adults, kids, baby).
If you make any purchase from their site during January, they’ll send you an orange pomander aromatherapy air freshener. Be sure to check the box on checkout.

Back to Nature Foods (snacks, bars, nuts, granola).
See “Publix Greenwise” for coupons.

Bear Naked (organic fruit and nut granola, trail mix).
They are currently offering a free sample on their site. Also, you get a free trail mix if you purchase over $19 of product online).

(sls and phosphate free cleaning products). This is often on sale at Kroger. See “Mambo Sprouts” for coupon.

Blue Diamond
(natural almonds, nut and rice snacks, almond milk). 50c printable coupon. See “Mambo Sprouts” for additional printable coupons.

Brown Cow Farm
(natural yogurt). Several 50c and 75c printable coupons for yogurt.

Coleman Naturals
(natural and organic antiobiotic-free, hormone-free meats). If you take their quick survey and they’ll mail you coupons.

Corazonas (cholesterol-lowing chips)
Take the 28-day challenge. If you eat two 1oz servings of chips per day and you don’t see a reduction in your cholesterol, you can get a refund for your chips up to $24 when you submit your redemption form, receipts and cholesterol test. Valid 1/1-12/31/09.

Crown Price
(oysters, sardines, tuna, crabmeat and more). $1 printable coupons.

Delicious Living
Printable coupons for Santa Cruz and Knudsen organic beverages, Kashi cereal, goats milk, popcorn, rice chips.

Dreamfields Pasta (high fiber, low glycemic pasta).
$1 coupon off one box.

Earthbound Farm (organic fresh fruit, vegetables, dried fruit, snacks, cookies, granola, beverages).
You’ll get coupons for misc. Earthbound Farm products and a free pocket guide to choosing organic produce when you complete a quiz.

Earths Best (organic baby food and snacks).
Coupons for baby food and Sesame Street snacks. Also, keep an eye out for peelies on select packages that entitle you to a free Elmo CD entitled "Elmo Loves You" when you purchase 3 items.

Eat Smart Snacks (natural chips and dips).
See “Publix Greenwise” for coupons.

Enjoy Life Foods (allergy-friendly, gluten-free cookies, granola, snack bars, bagels, trail mix, chocolate chips, chocolate bars).
Coupon for $1.25 on any two snack bars.

Fair Trade Honey (organic fair trade honey).
Several bottles have a $1 off coupon on them.

Food For Life (natural and organic Ezekiel 4:9 breads, muffins, pasta, tortillas, buns, yeast-free bread products, and parent company to Sunrise Organics, Natural Food Mill and Crystal Falls ). They have a link for e-coupons on their site, but I can’t get it to work – keep trying!

Garden of Eatin (organic blue corn chips).
You may get a popup (I went in an hour ago and it wasn’t there) that asks you how many chips are in a serving. It then let me print a coupon for $1 off a bag. Also, sign up to receive offers from A Healthy Way of Life (The Hain Celestial Group). Next, several packets have a peelie that entitles you to $1 off when you purchase both the chips and a Newman’s Own salsa. Lastly, the newspaper often has coupons for Garden of Eatin chips.

Genisoy (organic protein bars, chips, nuts, trail mix, shakes, powders).
If you head over to the produce department, you may find several Bolthouse Farms beverages with a tag coupon that entitles you to a free Genisoy protein bar with any Bolthouse Farms beverage purchase.

Gerber Tender Harvest (organic baby food).
$1 coupons for baby food, Graduates entrees and snacks.

Horizon Organic (organic milk, yogurt, cheese).
$1 coupons for various products.

Ians Natural Foods (natural and organic frozen breakfast, entrees, fries, snacks for kids)
Click on “resources” and enter your e-mail. You’ll get $1 off any Ians Alphatots. See “Mambo Sprouts” for additional printable coupons.

Kahiki (antibiotic free frozen Asian entrees).
Fill out a short survey to get coupons.

Kashi (natural whole grain cereal, cookies).
If you buy selected twin pack of chocolate cookies, you’ll see a big coupon attached which will entitle you to a free ½ gallon of Silk Soy milk when you purchase the cookies. I’ve also received several coupons for Kashi cereal and bars by signing up to Vocalpoint.

LifeWay (kefir products – drinks, pudding, cheese, cream cheese).
See “Mambo Sprouts” for coupons.

Maranatha Nut Butter (peanut butter).
See “Mambo Sprouts” for printable coupons.

Nature’s One (Baby’s Own organic formula).
For every 24 proofs of purchase, you’ll get coupons for two free cans.

Knudsen Juice (natural and organic juices).
$1 off coupon for Sensible Sippers juice boxes.

Laura’s Lean Beef (antibiotic free, hormone free beef products). Sign up to get an instant printable coupon
Mambo Sprouts.

Mambo Sprouts
Miscellaneous printable natural and organic product coupons. Also, if you live in the Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore/Washington, D.C., Chicago, Denver/Boulder, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles areas, you can get a copy in the mail. They also provide Whole Foods Market and Wild Oats with a Special Events coupon booklet, which is distributed at events sponsored by each store throughout the entire year.

Midel Cookies (natural cookies).
Currently have coupons in Kiwi, Eating Well, Real Simple Family, Vegetarian Times and Gluten-Free Living, available at health food stores.

Morningstar (meatless burgers, hot dogs, chicken substitute, breakfast items, snacks).
Sign up to be a Morningstar Insider and get special offers and coupons. After you sign up, you’ll receive via e-mail a 75c coupon off one package of Morningstar Farms Southwestern Style or Ginger Teriyaki Veggie Cakes.

Muir Glen (organic canned tomatoes, tomato sauce, purees, soups, ketchup).
Join the Tomato Connoisseurs Club and receive an instant $1 coupon.

Nature Made (natural vitamins).
New members who sign in get $1 coupons.

Numi (organic tea).
Selected boxes have a $1 off 2 boxes peelie coupon.

Odwalla (natural juice).
See “Mambo Sprouts” for printable coupons.

Organic Prairie (organic meat).
Printable coupons for steak, hotdogs, deli meat, other.

Organic Valley (milk, cheese, cottage, cheese, butter).
Coupons for milk, soymilk, cheese, cottage cheese, butter.

Publix Greenwise (monthly magazine available at the front door at Publix and at the customer service desk that contains both Publix and manufacturer’s coupons). You can also get a free subscription delivered to your home.

The Winter 2009 issue has the following coupons: $1 off Eatsmart all natural snacks (exp. 4/30/09), 50c off Apple and Eve Organic Juice (exp. 3/31/09) , $1 off any Back to Nature granola and trail mixes (exp. 2/28/09). The only Publix coupon is the Horizon coupon. All others are manufacturer’s coupons that can be used at any store.

PJ Madisons (organic ice cream). Fill out a very brief survey and you’ll be able to view a 25c coupon.

Rice Select (organic rice).
Sign up to the Rice Select Flavor club and get a $1 coupon in the mail and a free re-useable shopping bag. Also, see “Mambo Sprouts” for printable coupons.

Rosetto (natural pasta).$1 printable coupon.

Seventh Generation (natural cleaning products, dishwashing liquid, laundry detergent, diapers, wipes).
Coupons for diapers, wipes, laundry, cleaning, dishwashing products.

Shikai (natural haircare, lotions, bronzers, facial care, shower gels).
Free Color Reflect Daily Moisture Conditioner with the purchase of any Color Reflect Shampoo.

Shop Nature Oasis (online natural foods market).
Printable coupons for Organic Valley milk, Boiron, Tofurky and more).

Silk (natural soymilk).
Sign up to receive e-mail offers and they’ll instantly send you 55c coupon via email.

SO Delicious (dairy free ice cream and soy yogurt).
There’s a 50c coupon on the back of select boxes of ice cream bars.

Soyjoy (health bars)
Printable coupon for $1 off 5 bars.

Stonyfield Farm (organic milk, smoothies, yogurt, ice cream).
Coupons for yogurt, milk, smoothies, ice cream.

Sunspire (dairy free, gluten-free chocolate chips and bars).
See “Mambo Sprouts” for printable coupons.

The Natural Dentist (toothpaste and mouth rinse).
$2 printable coupon. Also, you can take the healthy mouth challenge. Purchase two 16oz products and if you’re not satisfied, send in your receipts along with the rebate form and proofs of purchase for a $10 rebate.

Tofurky (meatless Italian sausage, hot dogs, franks, jerky, deli slices, holiday products).
75c coupon for any Roast.

Yogi Organic Tea (tea).
They're currently offering free samples (I think the samples come with coupons).

Has an in-store publication called The Whole Deal which contains Mambo Sprouts coupons.

If you're looking for other coupons that aren't necessarily natural and organic, click here (my favorite is a 50c coupon off Cottonelle toilet paper, which my local supermarket will double. The toilet paper retails for 99c, so I'll get it for free! - and yes, you can print out a couple of these coupons!)

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  1. Great list! Thanks for putting this together.

    Are you familiar with HealthESavers? http://healthesavers.com

    The only problem is my grocery store wouldn't take the one coupon I tried from that site. It could have just been that cashier. I will try again.

  2. Whew! You went all out with this one! Thanks so much! I linked you in my blog living on mayo @blogspot.com

  3. Susan - Thanks for sharing the correct link for Heath eSavers. That link was covered under Shop Nature Oasis, so for next month, I'll correctly link it to Heath eSavers (Health eSavers is the natural version of Coupons.com where you can find the coupons at various sites all over the internet).

  4. Thank you SO much - I am buying all organic, whole foods now and LOVE coupons and bargains - when I stumbled accross your blog I squealed! ha!


  5. Thank you SO much - I am buying all organic, whole foods now and LOVE coupons and bargains - when I stumbled accross your blog I squealed! ha!


  6. Thanks so much for this list! Since we've switched to buying almost all organic, I've missed using coupons. It's really nice that you've assembled such a huge list! I'm off to check out the Silk and Muir Glen deals now.

  7. Thank you for this list. I have been trying to eat more organic/health products and this list of sites and coupons is great! I will be subscribing to your blog.

  8. Yes! This helps. Thank you so much for all the research. I have just started couponing the past two months and have found that Smartsource and Redplum are largely conventional processed foods. This list will help my family tremendously!

  9. Let us know if you find any coupons for Quorn.

  10. Congrats on the Lead from moneysavingmom!

    Wow, I love this article. Do you know if there is a new Mambo Sprouts out right now? I figure so, but getting to Harry's without the kids is hassle and you know I want to get like 3 copies.

  11. The Henry's in my town had the new Mambo Sprouts out last Tuesday. Thanks for the great links!

  12. Any ideas where we can find coupons for foods that are gluten free? My 5 y/o girl is celiac and these foods are soooo expensive.. any help would be great!

  13. This is a great resource. Thanks. If you're interested in how we used a CSA to go organic on the cheap, stop by my blog and read about our experience.

  14. I would like to see Nature's Promise coupons. I can't find their site.
    Thanks for your hard work. This is great!!

  15. thanks! i appreciate all the time and effort you put into this! we eat all organic and while it seems more expensive, the amount we save because we are rarely sick, is well worth it!

  16. Nature's Promise - do you mean Nature's Promise at http://www.natures-promise.com/?

    Zombie Mommy - regarding Mambo Sprouts coupons, Whole Foods has the Feb-March 31 coupon booklet in store currently.

    Frugal Franklin - please re-send your link so I can check it out. The link isnt working.

    Gluten Free - other than the snack bars at "Enjoy Life Foods" (posted above), I don't see alot currently. However, I will be posting some more organic and natural food companies today that don't currently have coupons on their site but I would encourage everyone to e-mail the companies and request coupons. The more people that request coupons, the more companies will stand up and take note that consumers are looking for them. If you know of any specific gluten-free manufacturer's that aren't on any of my lists, please let me know so I can add them next month.

  17. Wow, great work putting this all together. Thanks! I'm linking to this post from my blog.

    To the poster who wanted to know about Quorn, I sent them a complimentary email and asked if they would send me some coupons (I included my mailing address). About 6 weeks later they sent me a Free Item coupon as well as a few 1.00/any coupons. HTH!

  18. WOW - I'm impressed!! Thanks for all of your hard work. This is awesome!

  19. Great list! I was wondering where do you always find coupons for organic milk?

  20. This is a great list!! I am always happy to know there are healthy consumers using organic coupons with information on where to find them.

  21. This is a great list! I do an organic post every Friday with new organic coupons and offers, as well as Publix deals - it's true that you can still use coupons, shop sales, save money, AND buy organic.

  22. I love your organic coupons posts - keep 'em coming! :)

  23. Wow, your so cool! I have an organic frugal(the organic frugal freak) blog and it is so nice to see others just like me! I will be adding you to my blog roll and if you have a button I will add that too!


  24. There is also a coupon for First Juice on their website

  25. I'm so tired of hearing the same old line "there are no coupons for healthy products"

    Thanks for helping get the word out there about organic foods and the coupons that help them cost less! If only more people knew. Every coupon used is money in the pocket.

  26. One to add to your list: Ecover. They make green cleaning products - usually stocked in Whole Foods.

    They have a coupon site, which has both a $1 and 75cent coupon currently:
    and here: http://www.ecover.com/us/en/Promotions/

    Thanks for putting this together!

  27. This is a great list - thanks! I have been buying organic/natural for some time as I have a sensitivity to preservatives. Our grocery bill has doubled so I have become a major coupon clipper. I've found that Kroger sometimes has things that are not in their flyer - one day I found Organic Valley lactose/fat free milk marked down as a manager's sale to 1.00. I had an OV coupon for $1.00 and got it free! Thanks again.

  28. Great coupon links, thanks for sharing! I'm going to link to this post from my blog. :)

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  32. I went to organicfoodcoupons.com and they have a list similar to this one!

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  34. Wow, what a great list!! thanks for sharing

  35. It's like your blog just manifested for me, lol, I'm serious, not just a few hours ago I was saying to my partner how I want some organic couponies, and the weird thing is, I was doing a swag search on Tearpad and Peelie coupons, lol, and your blog came up and I have it in my favs now. I love Stonyfield farm yogurt but the price is high in some areas so thank you so much for brining this to my attention, I am truly grateful, so much so that now I am going to look and see if you have some google ads so I can click on some of relevancy for ya!!! Rock on and thanks.
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  36. As a frugal mom of 4 with over 20 years of experience shopping on a budget, I have tested just about every level of grocery coupon use that a person can do; from all, to some, to none, and back again. Coupon use will vary depending on people's circumstances. I have known many people who refuse to use coupons because they feel they just don't have time. As a working mom myself, who barely has time to shop for groceries, let alone clip grocery coupons each week, I truly do understand. Yet, not using a grocery coupon on an item that you're going to purchase anyways is just like throwing money away. Yes, it does take a little time each week to clip the coupons and take them to the store, but just like earning money takes time, so does saving money!
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