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My Sicko Trip to the New Whole Foods

I think my kids have croup. :(  So I took them on a walk in the coolish air (that's what you do right??)  We ended up at the new Whole Foods at Trolley Square.  It's so pretty!  When you go make sure to pick up The Whole Deal, it has lots of store coupons in it that can be stacked with manufacture coupons!

My favorite coupon is the $1/1 ANY Muir Glen product.  (in The Whole Deal) Organic Tomato Paste is $ .19!  I wasn't prepared with loads of coupons so it was a small trip.

Grapes are .99/lb.!!  side note--my husband felt guilty as a kid eating grapes because he thought "these are too good to be good for me!"  HA!!
I got the bag of chips for FREE using a coupon that is no longer available.

Here is a full coupon match up from Your Green Helper for Whole Foods.  There are lots of great deals!  I need to take another walk. :)

Also today from 11am to 3pm there's a Local Vendor Taste Fair with FREE samples and live music!


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