Whole Foods Market Mid-Atlantic Region 11/12 – 11/18

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Whole Foods is a chain of natural and organic grocery stores. They have store coupons available online and in-store Whole Deal brochures (usually right by the front door).The best way to save at Whole Foods is to shop their sale prices and stack them with store and manufacturer coupons (plus apps like Ibotta and Checkout 51). In addition, you save 10% off when you buy a case of product to make stocking up on healthy food even better!Many locations also offer a $0.05-$0.10 discount for every reusable bag you use at checkout.

Whole Foods is divided into many different regions.  The Mid-Atlantic Region includes the locations in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Marlton and Princeton, New Jersey stores.

Beverages

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Zevia Soda, 6 pk 12 oz – $3.50

In: Select varieties

Final Price: $2.50
Breakfast & Cereal

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Three Sisters Cereals, 21 – 23 oz – $3.50

In: Select varieties

Cookies, Snacks & Candy

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Lesley Stowe Pumpkin Spice Crisps, 6 oz – $5.99

Raincoast Crisps

Dairy

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Wallaby Organic Australian-Style Yogurt, 6 oz – $0.89

In: Select varieties

Meat, Poultry & Fish

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365 Everyday Value Organic Whole Chicken, per lb – $2.49

From USA

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90% Lean Ground Sirloin, per lb – $5.49

From USA

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Boneless Beef Sirloin Steak, per lb – $7.99

From USA

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Chicken, Breasts, Boneless, per lb – $5.49

From USA

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Sockeye Salmon, Fillet, per lb – $11.99

Wildcaught. Previously frozen.

Produce

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Apples, Kiku, per lb – $1.49

From Pennsylvania

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Cranberries, 12 oz – $3.99

Organic. From Wisconsin.

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Oranges, Navel, ea – $0.66

From California

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Pears, Concorde, per lb – $1.99

Organic. From Washington State.

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Whole Foods Mid-Atlantic Region Weekly Sales Ad Coupon Match Ups 11/5 – 11/11

whole foods

Whole Foods is a chain of natural and organic grocery stores. They have store coupons available online and in-store Whole Deal brochures (usually right by the front door).The best way to save at Whole Foods is to shop their sale prices and stack them with store and manufacturer coupons (plus apps like Ibotta and Checkout 51). In addition, you save 10% off when you buy a case of product to make stocking up on healthy food even better!

Many locations also offer a $0.05-$0.10 discount for every reusable bag you use at checkout.

Whole Foods is divided into many different regions.  The Mid-Atlantic Region includes the locations in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Marlton and Princeton, New Jersey stores.

Cookies, Snacks & Candy

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Carr’s Crackers, 4.25 – 7 oz – $2.69

In: Select varieties

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Nutiva O’Coconut Coconut Treat, 0.5 oz – $0.50

In: Select varieties

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Terra Chips Exotic Vegetable Chips, 5 – 8 oz – $2.50

In: Select varieties

Dairy

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Brown Cow Whole Milk Yogurt, 6 oz – $0.66

In: Select varieties

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Siggi’s Skyr Yogurt, 5.3 oz – $1.25

Icelandic Style Skyr Yogurt. 0% or 2% Milk-Fat Yogurt. In: Select flavors.

Frozen Foods

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American Flatbread 10-inch Pizza, 9.9 – 10.45 oz – $4.50

In: Select varieties

Meat, Poultry & Fish

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85% Lean Ground Beef, per lb – $3.99

Ground fresh in-store, daily.

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Bone in Split Chicken Breast, per lb – $3.49

From USA

Produce

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Apples, Fuji, Organic, per lb – $1.49

From Washington State

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OrganicGirl Super Spinach, 5 oz – $3.00
Final Price: $2.00

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Peppers, Bell, Orange, per lb – $2.99

From Mexico. Whole Trade.

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Raspberries, Red, 6 oz – $2.50

From California

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Whole Foods Market Mid-Atlantic Region Sales Ad Coupon Match Ups 10/29 – 11/4

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Whole Foods is a chain of natural and organic grocery stores. They have store coupons available online and in-store Whole Deal brochures (usually right by the front door).The best way to save at Whole Foods is to shop their sale prices and stack them with store and manufacturer coupons (plus apps like Ibotta and Checkout 51). In addition, you save 10% off when you buy a case of product to make stocking up on healthy food even better!Many locations also offer a $0.05-$0.10 discount for every reusable bag you use at checkout.

Whole Foods is divided into many different regions.  The Mid-Atlantic Region includes the locations in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Marlton and Princeton, New Jersey stores.

Condiments, Spice & Baking

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Gluten Free Pantry Baking Mixes or Flour, 12 -16 oz – $3.99

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Sunspire Baking Bars or Chips, 4 – 10 oz – $4.49

In: Select varieties

Cookies, Snacks & Candy

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Blue Diamond Nut Thins, 4.25 oz – $2.50

In: Select varieties

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Green & Black Organic Chocolate, 3.5 oz – $2.50

In: Select varieties

Final Price: $2.00
Deli

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Cabot Creamery Catamount Hills Cheddar, per lb – $7.99
Meat, Poultry & Fish

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93% Lean Ground Beef, per lb – $5.49

From USA

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Bone-In Beef Rib Steak or Roast, per lb – $10.49

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Chilean Sea Bass Steaks, per lb – $21.99

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Ground Chicken Breast, per lb – $3.99

From USA

Packaged Meats

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Store-Made Pork Sausages, per lb – $4.99
Personal Care

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South of France Soap, Liquid or Bar, 6 – 8 oz – $3.33

In: Select varieties

Produce

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Apples, Gala, per lb – $0.99

From Pennsylvania

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Apples, Jonagold, per lb – $1.99

Organic. From Washington State.

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Cucumbers, ea – $0.99

Organic. Mexico Whole Trade.

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OrganicGirl Baby Arugula, 5 oz – $3.00
Final Price: $2.00
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Whole Foods Mid-Atlantic Region: Large French Apple Tart $8.99

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Friday, October 24th, 2014
Large French Apple Tart

Crisp, all-butter crust filled with almond cream and topped with apples!

Regularly: $16.99/ea

On Sale: $8.99/ea

You Save: $8.00/ea

Sale valid Friday 10/24/14. Valid in our Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, and Cherry Hill, Marlton and Princeton, New Jersey, stores. While supplies last. No rain checks. Not combinable with any other offer. Case discount does not apply.

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Whole Foods Mid-Atlantic Region Sale: Rao’s Homemade Marinara $5.00

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This Friday, 10/3/14, check out this deal at Whole Foods:

Rao’s Homemade Marinara (32 oz.)

A slow simmered marinara made from imported plum tomatoes and fresh basil.

Regularly: $9.99/ea

On Sale: 2 for $10

You Save: $9.98 on two

Sale valid Friday 10/3/14. Valid in our Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, and Cherry Hill, Marlton and Princeton, New Jersey, stores. While supplies last. No rain checks. Not combinable with any other offer.

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Mid-Atlantic Whole Foods Friday Sale- Cooked Shrimp $9.99 lb

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Friday, September 26th
Cooked Shrimp (31/40 ct.)
Farm-Raised in Vietnam

Reg: $17.99/lb
Sale: $9.99/lb
You Save: $8.00/lb

Deliciously meaty shrimp with a sweet, fresh flavor. Cooked and ready to eat.

Sale valid Friday 9/26/14. Valid in our Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, and Cherry Hill, Marlton and Princeton, New Jersey, stores. While supplies last. No rain checks. Not combinable with any other offer. Case discount does not apply.

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Whole Foods Mid-Atlantic Deal: Organic Grass Fed Beef $4.99/lb

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You can get organic grass fed lean beef for $4.99 per pound at Whole Foods.

USA • AUSTRALIA
GRASS-FED 85% Lean Ground Beef

We take incredibly flavorful cuts and grind them fresh every day. From 100% grass-fed cattle; no added hormones or antibiotics ever.

Reg: $7.99/lb

Sale: $4.99/lb

You Save: $3/lb

Sale valid Friday 9/12/14. Valid in our Maryland,Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, and Cherry Hill, Marlton and Princeton, New Jersey, stores. While supplies last. No rain checks. Not combinable with any other offer. Case discount does not apply.

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