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Monday, February 25, 2008


I used to like clipping coupons from the Sunday paper, but I've discovered that I clip fewer and fewer these days. There just aren't coupons for the products I use regularly. All that changed when I picked up a coupon book at Wild Oats/Whole Foods last week.
Mambo Sprouts coupons are available for free at Whole Foods, or you can go online to get a coupon book mailed to you three times a year.
The coupons are awesome: $1 off Boca products, Kashi cereals and Luna bars; $2 off Kiss My Face moisturizer; $1 off Organic Valley cage-free, organic eggs!
Wow! I've found at least 10 coupons I'd actually use.
Order them online, and print more coupons. (That section of the Web site is under construction.)
Oh, and you can use the coupons anywhere you'd use other coupons, not just at Whole Foods.

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at 11:43 AM Blogger Mary said...

At the Bigg's in Hyde Park near the organic eggs and tofu is a little metal stand with packets of coupons for organic milk, tofu, eggs, natural beauty products, etc...They are right there, but I didn't notice them until someone pointed them out to me. I then felt it was my mission to hand them out to everyone in the vicinity. Generally I don't clip the Sunday coupons because they are often for overly processed food, but these coupons are for things that I buy each week. I saved $5 last time.

at 1:10 PM Blogger Stepf said...

Oh, thanks for letting me know, Mary. I shop at that bigg's, and I've never noticed. Now I'll look for them. You're right -- unless you want overly processed foods, the Sunday coupons have lost much of their appeal!

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