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Posted on Monday, August 16th, 2010 at 4:20 am
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Whole Foods Printable Coupons Are Here

Did you know that Whole Foods has manufacturer’s coupons right on their website? You can save money on all sorts of great items, such as snacks, cereal, ice cream, cleaning supplies and more.

I recently became a fan of shopping at Whole Foods Market for organic produce and for healthy snacks that don’t contain all of those artificial colors. The pleasant lighting and music don’t hurt, either!

Still, the prices can be more than sales or store brands at other stores, so the Whole Food Coupons help to give me a good value for my grocery dollars while I am enjoying all of the other benefits of shopping there.

Here is a list of the current coupons listed on the Whole Foods coupon page. You can also go directly there and see for yourself. I’m not sure when new coupons are issued and the old ones go away.

  1. $1.00 off any TWO (2) Annie’s Homegrown Snacks – Bunny Crackers, Bunny Grahams, Fruit Snacks or Snack Mix (minimum purchase of $1.99)
  2. $2.00 off any TWO (2) Arrowhead Mills Products
  3. $1.00 off any ONE (1) Jar of Blue Diamond Almond Butter
  4. $1.00 off any ONE (1) box any flavor/variety Cascadian Farm Granola Bars or Cascadian Farm Cereal
  5. 50¢ off any ONE (1) flavor of CLIF C Bar
  6. 50¢ off any ONE (1) CLIF Kid Organic Z Bar or Organic Twisted Fruit
  7. $2.00 off any ONE (1) Country Life Vitamins 90 ct. or larger
  8. $1.00 off any ONE (1) bag of Popcorn Indiana Popcorn
  9. $5.00 off any ONE (1) Garden of Life Wobenzym N
  10. $2.00 off any THREE (3) Garden of Eatin’, Rice Dream, Soy Dream, Almond Dream, Health Valley Organic, MaraNatha nut butters and Earth’s Best Products (Excludes Earth’s Best Infant Products)
  11. $1.00 off any TWO (2) Dream Frozen Desserts
  12. $1.00 off any TWO (2) 32 oz. Organic Helios Kefir Products
  13. $1.00 off any ONE (1) Honest Kids Product
  14. $2.00 off any THREE (3) Imagine Soups, Broths, Stocks or Gravies
  15. $1.00 off any TWO (2) Kashi GOLEAN Cereals (mix or match)
  16. $1.00 off any TWO (2) Kashi Honey Sunshine Cereal or Kashi TLC Cereal Bars (mix or match)
  17. $1.25 off any TWO (2) flavors/varieties LARABAR or JOCALAT Bars
  18. $1.00 off any TWO (2) Lifeway Products
  19. $1.00 off any ONE (1) Lundberg Risotto
  20. $1.00 off any ONE (1) method product
  21. $1.50 off any TWO (2) Nature’s Path Organic Toaster Pastries or Granola Bars
  22. $1.50 off any TWO (2) EnviroKidz Gluten Free Cereal or Crispy Rice Bar
  23. $1.00 off any TWO (2) Rudi’s Organic Products
  24. 75¢ off any ONE (1) Sambazon 10.5 oz. Organic Acai Juice
  25. $1.00 off any ONE (1) Seventh Generation Disinfecting Product
  26. $3.00 off any ONE (1) Spectrum Essentials Supplement (including Fish Oil, Flax Oil, Flaxseed or Fish-Free DHA)
  27. $1.00 off any ONE (1) Stonyfield YoKids 6-pack cups or 8-pack Squeezers Organic Lowfat Yogurt
  28. $1.00 off any TWO (2) Stonyfield YoBaby Organic Yogurt 4-pack
  29. 50¢ off any ONE (1) thinkThin bar or thinkThin Bites Box
  30. $1.00 off any ONE (1) Half Gallon or Quart So Delicious Coconut Milk Vanilla, Original or Unsweetened Beverage
  31. $1.00 off any TWO (2) Van’s Products
  32. $2.00 off any ONE (1) Kyolic, Kyo-Green, Kyo-Dophilus or Moducare Product

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