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Spent $3.07 at Whole Foods!


Made a quick trip to Whole Foods and ended up spending $3.07!  Who says coupons are only good for crap? :)  The hardest part about this post was trying to find a section of my house that was clean enough for me to take a picture...lol
The section above isn't even clean anymore. :)

Organic apples .99/lb.

Muir Glen Tomato Sauce $1.19
use $1/1 ANY Muir Glen Product or in the Whole Deal at front of the store.
= .19

GoLEAN Kashi Cereal $3.00
use $3/1 Vocalpoint coupon (no longer available.  Sign up for Vocalpoint, it's awesome!!)
= FREE (if you do have the coupon, it expires 3/31!)

Stoneyfield Yogurt 6 oz. .50 each
use .50/3 printable
= .33 each wyb 3
----also save the lids and enter the codes in the Stoneyfield Rewards Program!  I've received a couple free things from doing it so far!

See Your Green Helper for a full coupon/sale match-up!
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Comments

plainoldsarah said…
I noticed Sunflower has Kashi on sale this week too. As for the yogurt - I got a bunch of coupons when I did the Whole Foods tour, but we don't buy Stoneyfield yogurt.(I have some currently being made/grown/fermented in my kitchen actually!) Do you want my coupons? Or anyone else out there in blog land want my Stoneyfield coupons?
Amy said…
Wow, awesome I'm going to have to look into the "your green helper" site.
Hi Sarah! Sure I'll take 'em if you don't hear from anyone else. :) My kids have already devoured 2 of them. Man...I need to start making yogurt, you are amazing!! And I noticed Sunflower's had them for $2.99, Ed loves the Heart kind. Wish there were coupons for it.

Amy - I really like that site! I always think I should do grocery match-ups but then I think...why? it's already done faster and better than what I would do. :)

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