There’s another coupon available for $1 off any Silk Fruit and Protein drink here. Be sure to print two!
There are a few great coupon deals at Whole Foods this week that you’ll want to head over for.
Whole Foods Coupon Deals through 7/2/13
Sambazon smoothie packs $3.99
$1.50 off any Sambazon product (out of prints, must have previously printed last week)
$2.49 after coupon
Nature’s Gate shampoo or conditioner $5.49
$1.50 off any Nature’s Gate product
$3.99 after coupon
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Pacific Foods just released two new great coupons:
These can be found at Meijer, Kroger, Whole Foods and most other stores. Their condensed soup often goes on sale for $1.49, so just $.49 after coupon!
If you are a fan of mineral makeup (like me!), you’ll want to hurry over to Eversave where you can purchase a voucher good for $40 worth of Pur Mineral products, for just $20. I haven’t tried Pur yet, but I’ve been using mineral makeup for over 3 years now and I love it. It prevents acne, oily skin and allergic reactions. Most importantly, you’re not slathering harmful chemicals on your face daily. It also provides great coverage.
To purchase the voucher, go here and change the city to Detroit. The voucher should appear in the top left corner of the list of deals.
Here’s more information from Eversave:
They say giving is the greatest reward, but after a long year of going above and beyond for the people in your life, it’s time to treat yourself. Give something special from Pür Minerals to the easiest person to shop for: you.
Here’s the Deal: $20 for $40 worth of mineral-based skincare and makeup from Pür Minerals.
Complexion Perfection: As a woman on the go, you’ll appreciate Pür Minerals’ mission to make makeup do double duty. Not just that color complement to your complexion, Pür products actually improve your skin as they accent it. From lipstick that hydrates to foundation that moisturizes as it smoothes, it’s no wonder Pür Minerals is recommended by beauty experts.
Like many of the other swaps, vanilla is an easy swap as you don’t have to change the way you bake or cook, the product you’re used to just needs some tweaking.
Why? Most “vanillas” on the market today don’t even contain any real vanilla. They are made out of a synthetic, cheaper substance. In order to add flavor, chemicals and synthetic flavors are added as well as unnecessary (and usually GMO) sugar. Finally, to prolong the shelf-life, chemical preservatives that are known to cause health problems are then added. Fortunately, there is a better option. Look for vanillas labeled “pure” or “organic”. Pure vanilla not only adds flavor to baked goods, it’s also good for you. Vanilla has been proven to reduce anxiety, aid in weight loss and help with nausea. Read the label to be sure that the only ingredients are pure vanilla, water and alcohol.
Swapping frugally: A few of my favorites are also budget-friendly: Trader Joe’s Pure Bourbon Vanilla Extract and Meijer Organics Vanilla Extract. Simply Organic also makes an organic vanilla and can often be found on sale and paired with a coupon found on their site. Amazon also sells Simply Organic Pure Vanilla Extract Certified Organic, 4-Ounce Glass Bottle at a discounted price.
Looking to make more healthy choices? Check out more Simple Swaps here.