I always breeze through the clearance section of the stores I frequent. Sometimes I only spot junk, but lots of times I find major deals. Today, at Publix, we found organic pasta sauce on clearance for $1.80 per jar, and Every Man Jack SPF 15 moisturizer for only $2.75! I always seem to find good organic and baby deals this way. Combine with a coupon and you can get cheap or free products!
Think Thin bars (my fave on the go breakfast food) are usually $1.67 per bar at Whole Foods…
For 10 bars (one case) that makes the cost –$16.70– gross.
Whole Foods gives you a 10% case discount making them- $15.03 per case- better, but still gross.
Right now Whole Foods has them on sale for $1.33 per bar. ($13.33 per case) sale good thru 7/17
With the case discount that makes them only $12 a case.
Print this $1/1 whole foods coupon, and ask your cashier to apply the coupon to each bar you bought (isn’t is great that whole foods does that?!)
This takes $10 off your order!!!
You will pay only $2 for the case! I have done this every time I’ve gone to WHOLE FOODS! Stocking up baby.
Gross. For some reason I hate the expression “food for thought” but I just had to use it, because it really does describe this post!
This past week our family spent the entire work week at my in-laws house. Thank goodness I love them, because I literally didn’t leave their house for about 4 days!
I know they think we’re crazy for having so many “rules” about the foods we do and DO NOT allow our children to eat.
I promise I try not to be too controlling, but it is SO hard for me to let them eat certain foods containing ingredients I’m unsure about.
However, my mother-in-law is a gem, and she always asks me if it’s okay for the girls to have something before she gives it to them.
A lot of the time I tell her no, and she is so gracious for not strangling me for being such a stickler.
(Although she may picture it in her head!) 🙂
I always have friends ask me how I know what foods to eat, and one of my favorite tips is…
READ FOOD LABELS
1) The less ingredients the better.
2) If you don’t know what an ingredient is, then it’s probably not good for you.
Here’s an example of the benefit of reading labels:
(reduced, low, or non fat almost always means “chemicals added”)
Do you know what all these mean?
Whole Foods 365 Peanut Butter label
It’s kinda blurry, but for ingredients it says, “Peanuts, salt”
Now your speakin’ my language!
**If you don’t have a local Whole Foods, Maranatha is an excellent brand, and is carried in the health food section of most grocery stores.**
Jarrod and the kids LOVE these hotdogs. They are free of nitrates, all natural/organic, free or preservatives etc…
I love the Organic girl brand. At Publix it usually costs $3.99 per container. I love the baby spinach!!
I have a Whole Foods deal on Kiss my Face sunscreen that’ll make you want to kiss my face…
Kiss my Face Sunscreen is on sale right now ranging from about $9.99- $16.99 at WF…
to save $5.50 on sunscreen.
This is a great deal!!
(Using just the $3 coupon makes the lipbalms FREE!)
I bought a 14oz bottle of spray lotion. It’s orginally $19.99. It was on sale for $15.99. I used my 2 coupons, so my final price was only $10.49! Thats a great deal on this paraben free, mild sunscreen!!