Whole Foods Matchups 1/26 – 2/1

Thanks to Healthy Life Deals for this weeks Whole Foods Match Ups.

Note, prices will vary from store to store so please be sure to check the prices at your store.  Also, be sure to check with your Whole Foods to be sure they will allow you to stack a store coupon with a manufacturer coupon.

You head over here to print Whole Foods Printable Coupons

Seeds of Change Microwave Grains $3.00
use $1/1 Seeds of Change Printable
and use  $1/1 Seeds of Change Whole Planet Calendar (located in the store)
$1.00 after coupons

Kashi TLC Cookie $3.00
use $1/1 Kashi TLCWhole Planet Calendar
and $2/1 Kashi  Recycle Bank
FREE after both coupons

Pacific Natural Almond Milk $1.33
use $1/1Pacific Natural Foods printable
$0.33 after coupon

SO Delicious Coconut Milk 32oz $2.00
use $1/1 SO Delicious Whole Foods Printable
and use $1/1 SO Delicious Printable or $1/1 SO Delicious Printable
FREE after both coupons

allegro Coffee Vintage Celebration 2010 8oz $1.99 (reg$6.99)

You can head over here to check out the rest of the Whole Foods Match Ups

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  • Jason

    Nice nice nice! Whole Foods is so expensive usually.

  • Alaya

    Cindy, thanks for posting. The blog is a great source for natural foods. She has two links to $1/1 Alexia Sides which are on sale for $2.50 this week @ SR.

  • DG

    Cindy, Thanks for posting the Whole Foods deals – please continue to do so!

    Jason, Respectfully, I beg to differ. I used to think that too, until I took the time to really go through each aisle of the store and write down prices. I wouldn’t do all of my weekly shopping there, but they have certain items that makes it worth my while to swing by. They are higher priced on a lot of items, but they like with anything, you have to know your prices. They do offer a lot of value. The produce is of better quality and the bulk items are always fresh. I’m more of an item specific shopper for the lowest price, then just the lowest price shopper – we have a lot of special needs. Here are some things that I get at my local Whole foods in Madison, NJ. These are regular prices, not sale prices. 365 is their house brand. I think Whole Foods is worth a second look for some items. (Of course, I’m not connected to Whole Foods in any way, just a happy customer.)
    – Ricola cough drops 24 count – 1.49, Walmart 1.67
    – Bulk rolled oats (organic) 1.19/lb, SRite Org. Rolled Oats (package) 1.99/lb
    -365 no salt beans (canned) .89 (It’s not fair to compare them to Eden no salt beans. Eden beans are different product, as Eden adds kombu, have BPA free cans etc… ) These are only for back up, as I mostly cook beans from dried.
    – 365 extra firm tofu 1.79, Naysoya extra firm tofu 2.99 @ Shop Rite
    – 365 plain or vanilla soy milk , sold in the refrigerated case, two half gallon containers in one package, 5.96 (one gallon) 1.49 per quart, ‘hard to compare, but in the aseptic packing, their 365 soy milk is usually 1.89, Westsoy is usually 2.19/qt
    – Pet Guard Premium Feast Cat Food 2.49 a can, PetFlow (dot)com 2.49 a can with shipping – had to buy a case – This was the best internet price I could find.
    As the Healthy Life Deals blog notes, you can get a 10% discount on a case purchase too. They have given me the case discount on sale prices as well. Most stores also offer a Value Tour which is worth while to get a feel for what they offer.
    Take Care,
    Diane