Whole Foods Ad Coupon Match Ups 8/28 – 9/17

Here are the Whole Foods deals for the weeks of 8/28 – 9/17.  These are specifically for the Mid-Atlantic region.

Some stores allow you to stack manufacturer coupons with store coupons (our local store in Virginia Beach does).  Many items if you buy a case you get a 10% discount.  Bring your bags for 10 cents off your order per bag.  Prices and deals will sometimes vary by store. Sales, coupon policies and available items will vary by store. Please call your store to confirm and/or check your local ad.

Here are the highlights:

So Delicious Coconut, Greek Coconut, Greek Almond Yogurt 6oz – $1.50
$0.55/1 So Delicious Dairy Free Product printable
$0.55/1 So Delicious Dairy Free Product printable
$1/1 So Delicious Dairy Free Product, exp. 10/31/13 (SS 07/28/13 #2 R)
$1/2 So Delicious Dairy Free Product (Whole Foods)
As low as FREE after stacked coupons

Stonyfield Farm O’Soy Yogurts 6oz – $0.75
$0.50 off Stonyfield O-Soy Organic Soy Yogurt printable
Final: $0.58 each wyb 3

Back to Nature Crackers 4-9 oz – $3.50
$1/1 Back To Nature Product printable
Final: $2.50 each

Izze Sparkling 4-pk. 12 oz. – $4.69
$1/1 Izze Sparkling Juice, Izze Esque or any Izze Fortified printable
$1/1 Izze Bottle, exp. 12/31/13 (Whole Foods Whole Planet Calendar 2013)
Final: $2.69 each after stacked coupons

Honest Kids Pouch 8-pk – $4.49
$0.50/1 Honest Kids Product printable
Final: $3.99 each

Check out the complete list of deals!

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Whole Foods: Boneless Beef Sirloin Steak $5.99 lb (8/30)

This Friday, August 30th, Whole Foods is having a GREAT sale on Sirloin Steak (vegetarian, free range, grass fed)!

Check out this pricing:

SALE: $5.99/Lb

REG: $11.99/Lb

SAVE: $6.00/Lb!

I think I may need to invest in some- this sounds GOOD!

And check out the rest of the deals before you go!

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Whole Foods: $5 Whole Roasted Chicken (8/23 Only)

Make plans to visit your local Whole Foods this Friday (8/23) to pick up a Whole Roasted Chicken for $5!

As always call ahead if you are making a special trip to be sure your location is participating!  I know mine is!

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Whole Foods: Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes $5.99

Tuesday, August 13th from 4pm-8pm at Mid-Atlantic region Whole Foods stores you can grab a deal on their Jumbo Lump Crab Cake- made fresh in the store!

Reg. $8.99 ea

Sale: $5.99 ea

You Save: $3 ea

While Supplies last.

Case discounts DO NOT apply. Not combinable with any other offer. Sale valid 08/13/13 from 4pm to 8pm at our stores in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Marlton and Princeton, New Jersey.

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Whole Foods Weekly Ad Coupon Match Ups Through 8/13/13

Here are the Whole Foods deals for the week of .

Some stores allow you to stack manufacturer coupons with store coupons (our local store in Virginia Beach does).  Many items if you buy a case you get a 10% discount.  Bring your bags for 10 cents off your order per bag.  Prices and deals will sometimes vary by store. Sales, coupon policies and available items will vary by store. Please call your store to confirm and/or check your local ad.

Here are the highlights:

Tazo Ready to Drink Teas 14 oz – $1.25
$0.55/2 Tazo Ready to Drink Teas (Whole Foods)
$1/1 Tazo Iced Tea, exp. 9/30/13 (ALL YOU July ’13)
As low as FREE after stacked coupons (if you have 2 All You Mag coupons)

Honest Kids 16oz – $1.25
$0.50/1 Honest Kids Product printable
Final: $0.75 eachKozy Shack Flan 2-pk – $1.50
$0.75/1 Kozy Shack Flan, exp. 8/31/13 (SS 06/16/13 R)
Final: $0.75 eachEVOL Foods Burritos – $2.50
$1/1 EVOL Foods Burritos (Ibotta Deposit)
Final: $1.50 after ibotta deposit

Zevia All Natural Soda 6-pk – $4.99
$2/1 Zevia All Natural Soda printable
$1.50/1 Zevia Product, exp. 9/30/13 (SS 07/28/13 #2)
$1/1 Zevia Product, exp. 12/31/13 (Whole Foods Whole Planet Calendar 2013)
As low as $1.99 each after stacked coupons
Check out the complete list of deals!
And if you are heading in today, 8/9, be sure to grab some salmon burgers!
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Whole Foods: Made In Store Salmon Burgers 2 for $5

Check out this sale tomorrow (8/9) at select Whole Foods!

Made right here every day using the best quality salmon and top-notch seasonings. Available in Teriyaki, Lemon Thyme, Spinach Feta, and Cranberry Goat Cheese. (6oz)

Reg. $3.99 ea

Sale: 2 for $5

Not combinable with any other offer. While supplies last. Valid in our Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Marlton and Princeton, New Jersey stores.

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Budget-Friendly Summer Side Dishes and A Whole Foods Giveaway!

It’s that time of the year – pool parties, cookouts, outside birthday parties, family picnics, grilling out with friends, and more. We are invited to different gatherings on almost a regular basis and with each new invite comes a new creative side dish we must shop for, cook, and bring to the party. It’s nice to see family and friends, but we also have to plan accordingly.

I recently met with Maria at Whole Foods again, and as always, the store was alive with activity. When we started chatting, she began thumbing through their local flyer which contained an array of easy summer recipes to make on a budget. What I really love about my visits to Whole Foods is that Maria always thinks about what recipes our readers will really love.

All of her suggestions blew me away. Here are some of our top favorite summer entertaining ideas on a budget, including a few unique pasta sides and a fun chocolate dessert!

 Zucchini_Tomato_Pasta

Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes & “Hidden” Zucchini – (estimated $3.05/serving) Serves 4

*This recipe is unique because you roast the tomatoes and then actually grate the zucchini and squash into the pasta. The tomatoes soak up the sea salt, EVOO and basil flavors, and the zucchini and squash blend right into the pasta. Guests will appreciate the extra serving of veggies you secretly added to make this a delicious side dish!

  • 6 plum tomatoes, halved lengthwise
  • 2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
  • Ground black pepper to taste
  • 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese, divided
  • 1/4 cup chopped basil, divided
  • 1/2 pound whole wheat fusilli
  • 2 zucchini or yellow squash, grated
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice

Preheat oven to 400°F. Arrange tomatoes on a large parchment-lined sheet tray, cut-sides up. Drizzle with oil; sprinkle with salt and pepper. Scatter 2 tablespoons Parmesan and 2 tablespoons basil evenly over top. Roast until juicy and bubbling, about 20 minutes; set aside.Meanwhile, bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add fusilli and cook until al dente, 10 to 12 minutes. Drain and transfer to a large bowl. Add zucchini, lemon juice, remaining 6 tablespoons Parmesan and 2 tablespoons basil. Toss to combine. Divide pasta among four plates, top with tomatoes and serve.

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