Coupons for Healthy Food

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Anyone know where I can find coupons for healthier options? I try to feed my family healthier meals, but it's hard to find coupons for the products I want to buy.

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This, my dear, is in fact, a stupid question.


No one knows what products you want to buy since you didn't include a single brand or type of food; therefore no one could ever know if there ever have or could be coupons for what you want.

I would suggest something called "a google". It can be reached here: www.google.com

Go to Wholefoods and pick up their free magazines and flyers. They've got one with over $53 in coupons right now. Then go to Organic Valley's website and sign up for their mailing list. Check your favorite brand's website for coupons and post here what you find.


I rely on Kashi coupons from recyclebank.com.

Aside from that, healthy food should come less from a box and more from fresh fruits and vege's which don't have coupons.

mmyk72 said:   I rely on Kashi coupons from recyclebank.com.

Aside from that, healthy food should come less from a box and more from fresh fruits and vege's which don't have coupons.


I beg to differ, there was a cuties coupon a while back....

russ0519 said:   mmyk72 said:   I rely on Kashi coupons from recyclebank.com.

Aside from that, healthy food should come less from a box and more from fresh fruits and vege's which don't have coupons.


I beg to differ, there was a cuties coupon a while back....



They are rare, but sometimes you can get produce coupons. And you are correct about the Cuties one, I used it last fall, got it doubled and saved a $1 on top of a sale. Also, Del Monte had printables for their Gold Pineapples, I recently used them, and save a $1 after doubled coupons on each pineapple. Del Monte, Sunkist, and Ocean Spray have all had coupons for produce; many offer printables via Facebook apps.

Thank you! Very helpful.

Thanks for constructive input. An additional website is http://www.healthesavers.com/HealthESavers/Coupons.aspx Make sure you use the drop down menu.

dwit said:   http://print.coupons.com/Couponweb/Offers.aspx?pid=15046&nid=10&...



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