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Since we started eating organic and natural foods, it’s taken a hit on our budget. I hate that eating better costs more money, but my families health is more important than eating cheap, quick meals. I’ve found and use some great resources that help to bring that cost down. If you prepare yourself before you go, you can save too!
Apps to save you money on organic and natural foods
Ibotta – I use this app the most. You can take polls, watch ad videos and answer trivia to unlock cash back rewards. The best part about this app is that they offer general rebates, meaning you can get any brand name, as long as it’s the same as the product listed. There are always ones for bread, milk, eggs, yogurt, and lots of produce ones. These are the type of savings I use the most to bring the cost of my organic groceries down.
Berry Cart – This app is a health nuts dream. They offer deals on products you can sometimes only find at the local co-op and natural food stores or Whole Foods
Checkout 51 – Another great app like Ibotta that allows you to redeem for cash. They also offer to pick your rebate offers that are generally produce-related.
Key Ring – Available on both Google Play and the App Store, Key Ring app is the #1 mobile app for loyalty cards and shopping. Key Ring users plan, save, and organize by digitally carrying their cards, accessing hundreds of weekly ads and coupons, and creating digital shopping lists – all in one app.
SavingStar – SavingStar is a smart and simple way to save. Earn cash back on your groceries with exclusive freebies, healthy offers, and BIG savings on your favorite brands. There’s nothing to clip or print. Link deals with your store loyalty cards or submits a picture of your receipt to earn money in your SavingStar account. Save 20% on a fruit or vegetable every week. Get a free product every Friday-Sunday. And, get new deals on your favorite brands every week.
Store Apps– Most stores have their own apps that you can review circulars and load coupons onto your store card. kroner, Target, Cartwheel. Etc.
Places to find Organic / Natural coupons
Savings.com – Another great coupon site. You can print them right here on JaMonkey.
Coupons – Another great coupon site. You can print them right here on JaMonkey.
Common Kindness – Companies pay an advertising fee to CommonKindness and they share 20% of funds received with the non-profits you select.
Smart Source – Access and print coupons from SmartSource.
Grocery Coupon Network – Sign up and receive coupons, exclusive offers and top deals from Grocery Coupon Network.
Where to find organic and natural foods at discount prices.
Kroger / Fry’s / Fred Meyer / Etc. – Kroger has a line called Simple Truth that offers organic, free from 101, and all natural (no preservatives / artificial ingredients) cheaper than the name brand items. You can find them in the natural foods section of throughout the store next to regular items. Make sure you are using your loyalty card because the more Simple Truth you buy, the more coupons for those products they will send you. They also have some occasions that you can load onto your card.
Target – Target’s store brand Simply Balanced has organic and natural selections, much like Simple Truth. Use your Target and Cartwheel app to save money in store.
Costco – My go-to place for organic meat is Costco. They offer bulk sizes of chicken and ground beef. They also have a large selection of milk, eggs, and snacks that are organic.
BJ’s Warehouse – The have a great variety of organic brands or brands that are big on no preservatives (like Applegate). They also take coupons! They will do it on individual products too, so if you have 2 Horizon Milk coupons you can use them on the 2 pack of milk and save on both of them! Download a one day pass to check it out.
Aldi – They have started carrying a limited amount of organic items like produce, they do however have a great selection of their new gluten-free line. They also offer locally grown options!
Whole Foods – This is a no brainer. Whole Foods has its own line that saves customers money and they are in the process of making everything in the store GMO-free. They also offer coupons and if you’re an Amazon Prime member you can save even more.
Trader Joe’s – They have a great store brand with lots of options.
Buy Organic / Natural groceries online
Amazon has a huge selection of Organic and natural foods to choose from. There are a few ways to save on them though. I buy things in bulk on Amazon like snacks, diapers, and organic products I use the most.
- Subscribe and Save – The more subscriptions you have, the more money you save. Save up tp 15%.
- AmazonFresh – AmazonFresh offers same-day and early morning delivery of a broad selection of items, including fresh grocery and local products. It’s only available in select areas.
- PrimePantry – Fill a box with pantry items and make sure to clip some coupons before you check out.
- AmazonMom – You can save up to 20% on diapers and they offer brands like Seventh Generation, Earth’s Best, Nature Babycare, and Bambo Nature.
Thrive Market – Thrive Market is the first socially conscious online store offering the world’s best-selling natural and organic products at wholesale prices. We carry over 2,500 of the highest quality food, supplements, home, personal care, and beauty products from over 400 of the best brands on the market, all delivered straight to your door at 25-50% off retail prices. Our mission is to make healthy living easy, affordable, and accessible for every American family.
Boxed – conveniently delivers wholesale to your door! Use this link to get $ 15.00 FREE. (limit one per household, one per account) You can filter products by hitting the organic tab.
Direct Eats – They have everything from food products to body, home, and baby and pets.