You know I love coupons and I love to save money but I am often asked,” How can I save money AND buy healthy products?”
I have a degree in nutrition so I am a big label reader and my shopping list usually consists of natural, organic and fresh products. I avoid buying products with artificial ingredients such as preservatives, food coloring and partially hydrogenated oils. So what’s left to buy with coupons?
Here are a few coupons you can currently print for HEALTHY products (with a few tips on why I consider them healthy) and stay tuned for a future post on how to save money when buying natural and organic products!
This yogurt is a little higher in fat but has only a few simple ingredients and no artificial colors.
Kix is one of the few commercial cereals that does not use artificial preservatives (namely BHT) in their packaging. Now if only they would guarantee the corn is non-GMO….
If you like fresh juice in the morning, this will double at PC or ShopRite! The cranberry juice has added sugar but the coupon would likely work on Simply Orange Juice, too.
Dole Fruit Bowls are packed in 100% juice, not corn syrup.
Happy Tot and Baby products are organic and tasty (so my daughter says)!
I LOVE Kashi products and Berry Fruitful is delicious! No artificial ingredients or preservatives and made with MANY whole grains.
You can be assured that Kashi ingredients will not be artificial.
If you like Chai, Oregon Chai is organic and uses natural sweeteners.
This company makes coconut milk products such as creamers that are fat free and void of all the artificial ingredients in traditional creamers.
Organic baby food….great for toddlers and pre-schoolers, too! I keep these in the car for whenever a snack is requested.
Organic yogurt so it has no growth hormones and no artificial colors. This coupon will double at PC and ShopRite.
My daughter has loved these for years! They come in organic and have just a few simple ingredients. Find at Price Chopper, Target or Buy Buy Baby.
Olive oil…heart-healthy in moderation.
While it’s not sucanat (the least processed/better form of sugar) it is much easier to find in the grocery store and less processed than brown and white sugar.
Fresh fruit may be better but this is a deal for a quick snack. Look for it to go on sale for $1 to get one for free!
This is a SavingStar coupon. Select it and when you purchase $14 worth of Dole frozen fruit between now and 4/24, you’ll earn a $5 gift card!