Give Freely 2/17


Welcome to Give Freely!

One in five Americans deals daily with the issue of not having enough to eat. Many of those are children. As couponers, we have the unique opportunity to buy items at extremely reduced prices (or even free) to feed our families.

The goal is Give Freely is to present you each week with freebies or near freebies from your local grocery stores. Because these items are so inexpensive we are hoping that you will spend the extra few cents to pick up a spare item to donate to your community center, church, local food bank or shelter.

If you are a blogger who does deals for a supermarket not on this list and would be interested in participating, please send me an e-mail!

Please take this opportunity to help stop hunger in this country!

Here are the best finds this week:

Aldis

Rice Bowl Asian Noodles or Rice and Sauce, $0.79

Fusia Soy Sauce or Teriyaki Sauce, $0.99

County Market

Carlita Taco Shells Or Tortillas, 8-18 Count 3 for $4

County Market Mac & Cheese, 5.5 – 7.25 Oz. 2 for 88¢

County Market Tomatoes, 14.5 – 15 Oz. 69¢

Dominicks

Campbell’s Condensed Soup – 10 for $10.00 or $1.00 each
10.5-11.5 oz., select varieties.
$1/5 Campbell’s Condensed soups, excludes Great for Cooking 02/09/12 Campbell’s Kitchen (Expires 03/10/12)
$0.50/4 Campbell’s Condensed Cooking Soups 02/09/12 Campbell’s Kitchen (Expires 03/10/12)
$040/4 Campbell’s Condensed Chicken Noodle & Tomato Soup 01/08/12 SS Insert (Expires 03/15/12)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed Soups, excluding Chicken Noodle, Tomato, or Great for Cooking01/08/12 SS Insert (Expires 03/15/12)
$0.40/3 Campbell’s Condensed Soups, excluding Chicken Noodle, Tomato or Great for Cooking01/08/12 SS Insert (Expires 03/15/12)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed Chicken Noodle & Tomato Soups 02/12/12 SS Insert (Expires 04/15/12)
$0.40/2 Campbell’s Condensed Soups, excluding Chicken Noodle, Tomato & Great for Cooking Soups02/12/12 SS Insert (Expires 04/15/12)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed Chicken Noodle & Tomato Soups 02/12/12 SS Insert (Expires 04/15/12)
$0.40/2 Campbell’s Condensed Soups, excluding Chicken Noodle, Tomato & Great for Cooking Soups02/12/12 SS Insert (Expires 04/15/12)
Final Price As low as $0.80 each wyb 2

Starkist Solid White or Chunk White Tuna – 10 for $10.00 or $1.00 each

Family Dollar

Ragu Pasta Sauce $1.50 each
-$1/2 Ragu Pasta Sauce, Any (Excludes Trial/Travel Size) (Maximum of 4 Identical Coupons Allowed in Same Shopping Trip) – 01-29-12 RP
=$1 each wyb 2 after coupon

Barilla Pasta $1 each
-$1/2 Barilla Whole Grain Pasta, any – 01-08-12 SS (if whole grain is included in the sale)
=.50 each wyb 2 after coupon

Betty Crocker Cookie Mix $1 each
-$1/2 Betty Crocker Cookie Mixes, any 17.5 oz or larger – 02-05-12 GM
=.50 each wyb 2 after coupon

Farm Fresh

V8 V-Fusion – $2.00
$1/1 V8 V-Fusion Smoothie, exp. 2/19/12 (SS 01/08/12 #2 R)
$1/2 V8 V-Fusion Regular or Tea, exp. 2/19/12 (SS 01/08/12 #2 R)
Final: as low as FREE V8 smoothie

Danimals Crunchers B1G1
$1/1 Danimals Crunchers, exp. 3/17/12 (ALL YOU Feb ’12)
FREE

Food Lion

Allens Canned Vegetables 13.50-15.25 Ounce, Select Varieties

Kellogg’s Cereal in a Cup 1.5-2.1 Ounce, Select Varieties

Kraft Salad Dressings 8 Ounce, Select Varieties
– $1/2 Kraft Dressing, exp. 2/19/12 (SS 01/22/12 R)
– $0.75/2 Kraft Dressing, exp. 2/19/12 (SS 01/22/12 R)
Final Price: As low as $.50 each when you buy 2

Harris Teeter

Eat.Think.Smile Bar $1.50
-$1 coupon from SS 1/15
Final=Free

YoCrunch Yogurt 6 oz $0.85
-$1/4 coupon from SS 2/5
Final=$0.35 each

Jewel-Osco

Zatarain’s Rice – 4 for $5.00 or $1.25 each
5.7-8 oz., select varieties.
$1/3 Zatarain’s Rice Mixes 02/09/12 Red Plum.com (Expires 03/02/12)
$0.50/2 Zatarain’s Rice Mixes 02/05/12 RP Insert (Expires 04/30/12)
Final Price As low as $0.92 each

Campbell’s Soup at Hand – $1.00 each
10.75 oz., select varieties.
$0.50/2 Campbell’s Microwave Bowls or Soup at Hand Varieties 01/08/12 SS Insert (Expires 03/15/12)
$0.20/1 Instant savings when you buy 10 participating products (Expires 02/22/12)
Final Price As low as $0.55 each

Kroger

Kraft Barbecue Sauce, Select Varieties, 18 oz – $0.99

Tropicana Punch, Select Varieties, 64 oz – $1.00

Maceys

Powerade Drinks, 32 oz. $0.59

Western Family Spring Water, 24 pk. half liter bottles $2.50

Meijer

Meijer Flour (5 lb. bag), $1.59

Campbell’s Chunky Soup, 4/$6
$0.50/2 Campbell’s Chunky Soup Can or Microwavable Bowl printable
$1/2 Campbell’s Chunky Soup or Chunky Chili, exp. 2/19/12 (SS 01/08/12 #2)
$1 each wyb 2 after coupon

Shaws

Barilla Pasta – 10/$10
– $0.55/1 Barilla Pasta – SS 01/08/12
– $0.55/1 DOUBLED
= FREE

Bumble Bee Solid White Albacore Tuna – 10/$10 (limit 8)

Smiths
Campbells Chunky Soup, 18.6-19 oz $1.35 each
– $0.50/2 coupon in the 1/8 SS
Final Price: $.90

Kraft Barbecue Sauce, 18 oz $0.69

Winn Dixie

Zatarain’s jambalaya or dirty rice mixes 4/$5.00
$0.50/3 Zatarain’s Rice Mix, exp. 4/30/12 (RP 02/05/12 R)
=$2.75 for 3

WD Evaporated milk 12oz $1.00

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Comments

  1. Rosie says

    Re: Give Freely and other food bank situations. I have recently found myself in the position of having to go to the food bank to supplement my food supplies. What I would like to say is that we thank all those who donate, but please consider that the diet caused by food bank supplies is less than nutritious. Almost all the veggies are canned – not so good for nutrition. Frozen would be so much better. Most, and I do really mean most, of the canned goods are corn and applesauce, month after month. Then there is the pasta, pasta products, and sweet desserts. This kind of diet will just make people fat, and/or contribute to their diabetes. Lots of wheat products can be affecting people who don’t know they have Celiac disease (many people undiagnosed) or are gluten intolerant.
    Most of the food bank diet is empty calories.
    Again, we appreciate that people are willing to donate, but a healthier diet might help some of the sicker folks.
    So please consider alternatives to the corn, applesauce, pasta and super sweet desserts.
    It sure would be great if there were some kind of cooking classes once in a while to teach people how to cook simple foods quickly (maybe I need to do this in my area?). Most asian recipes call for minimal meat, but lots of veggies and are very quick to do. You can feed a lot of people in a family by using the asian cooking methods/recipes.
    Thanks

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