the whole deal coupons - NEW!


If you like to shop at Whole Foods Market® you definitely need to check out the whole deal for recipes and money saving coupons.

Whole Foods has began offering a lot more printable coupons on their website.  They are also featuring Sure Deals and Three Under $3 which are everyday values on quality products.

At select stores, you can use one Whole Food coupons + one Manufacturer Coupon per item.  Call ahead to find out your store's coupon policy.  The corresponding manufacturer's coupons are listed below in addition to the Whole Foods coupon.

Here is a list of coupons available for October/ November to print online:

$3.00 off any ONE (1) Alba Botanica Natural ACNEdote Product

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Alexia Appetizer Product

$1.00 off any ONE (1) box of Celestial Seasonings Tea

$1.00 off any TWO (2) DeBoles Pastas

$1.00 off $5.00 or More of Any Earth's Best Organic Infant Formulas, Infant Foods or Toddler Foods (excluding Earth's Best Frozen Foods)
$0.55/1 Manuf. Coupon Infant Cereal available here
$1/2 Manuf. Coupon Sesame Street Products available here
$5/1 Manuf. Coupon Organic Baby Formula available here
$1/7 Manuf. Coupon Organic Baby Food available here

$1.00 off any TWO (2) Ethnic Gourmet Frozen Entrees

$5.00 off any ONE (1) 150ct. Vitamin Code - RAW Calcium

$1.00 off any TWO (2) Gluten Free Cafe Frozen Entrees

$2.00 off any THREE (3) Health Valley Products includes Canned Soup (No Salt Added, 40% Less Sodium, and Cream), Chili, Cereal, Snack Bars and Crackers

$1.00 off any TWO (2) Dagoba Chocolate Products

$1.00 off any TWO (2) Imagine Soups, Broths, Stocks or Gravies

$1.00 off any TWO (2) Kashi Honey Sunshine Cereal or Kashi TLC Cereal Bars (mix or match)

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Bear Naked Product

$1.00 off any TWO (2) 32oz. Organic Helios Kefir Products
$1/2 Manuf. Coupon available here

50¢ off any ONE (1) 4-pk of Lifeway Probugs or 4-pk of Lifeway Kefir
$1/2 Manuf. Coupon available here

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Lundberg 2lb. Bag Rice

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Muir Glen Product

$1.50 off any TWO (2) Nature's Path Organic Waffles or Hot Oatmeal Items

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Organic Valley Yogurt
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon available here
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon available here

75¢ off any ONE (1) Organic Valley Sour Cream

$1.00 off any ONE (1) 16oz. Bottle of POM Wonderful Juice (any flavor)

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Seeds of Change Product

$5.00 off any TWO (2) Spectrum Essentials Supplements

$2.00 off any ONE (1) Spectrum Organic Olive Oil

75¢ off any ONE (1) 32oz. Cup of Stonyfield Organic Yogurt

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Bag SunSpire Organic Fair Trade Baking Chips

75¢ off any ONE (1) 6oz. siggi's yogurt

75¢ off any ONE (1) Thai Kitchen Product

50¢ off any ONE (1) thinkThin Bar, thinkThin Bites Box or thinkThin Crunch Bar
$0.50/1 Manuf. Coupon available here

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Half Gallon or Quart of So Delicious Coconut Milk Vanilla, Original or Unsweetened Beverage

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Barbara's Bakery Product 5.5oz. or larger
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon available here (facebook)

$1.00 off any TWO (2) WESTSOY Products

$1.00 off
any ONE (1) Earth Balance Organic Soymilk

Kroger: Unadvertised Organic Deals

As part of my Sustainable Saturday Series, I blogged about 10 Tips to Buying Organic on a Budget. One of those tips is Unadvertised Organic Deals.  

I discovered the following Unadvertised Deals at Kroger this week (9/24/10-8/3/10):

Lundberg Short or Long Grain Brown Rice (1 lb.)
Sale! $1.29
$1/1 Coupon available here
Total:  $0.29 each!

R.W. Knudsen Spritzer 4-pack
Sale! Buy One, Get One FREE (Reg. 3.99)
$1/1 Coupon available in store on the product OR
$0.75/1 Coupon available here (if coupon applies)
Total:  $1.99-$0.99 for (2) 4-packs!

SmartDogs Veggie Hot Dogs
Sale! $3.39
$1/1 Coupon available here
Total:  $2.39

Other deals not pictured:

Stonyfield probiotic 4-pack
Sale! 2 for $3

Stonyfield YoBaby 4-pack
Reg. $2.99
$0.50/1 Coupon available here
Total: $1.99

Whole Foods Market® - This Week's Hot Deals (Ohio)

You can check out all of Whole Foods Market® Hot Deals here.  These prices are valid from September 29th thru October 5th.

You can read all about the current coupon deals available in both the whole deal and available to print online here.

Sales appear to be regional or even by State.  Please confirm with your store their coupon policy as some stores will allow you to use one manufacturer coupon + one Whole Foods coupon per item.

Bone In Beef Rib Steaks or Roast
Sale! $9.99 / lb.
Reg. $12.99 / lb.

Chicken Drumsticks or Whole Legs
Sale! $1.49 / lb.
Reg. $2.39-2.49 / lb.

California Organic Broccoli
Sale! $1.99 / lb.
Reg. $2.99 / lb.

California Fresh Organic Black Mission Figs
Sale! $2.99 pint
Reg. $3.99 pint

Wild Caught Fresh Lemon Sole Fillet
Sale! $12.99 / lb.
Reg. $17.99 / lb.

Imagine Organic Soups or Broths
32 oz.
Sale! 2 for $6
Reg. $3.99

CleanWell Foaming Hand Soaps
9.5 oz.
Sale! $2.99
Reg. $6.69

Made by our Chefs
Skirt Steak Chimichurri
Sale! $10.99 / lb.
Reg. $13.99 / lb.

The Andersons - This Week's Sale Items

The Andersons has a weekly flier that is available online here

The Andersons ad runs Sunday thru Saturday each week.  They do accept coupons, including internet coupons however they do not double coupons.

Sale Prices good Sunday, September 26th thru Saturday, October 2nd.

Symhomemom's Favorite Deals for the Week are in BOLD.


New Crop Honeycrisp Apples
Sale! $1.49 / lb. 

Jumbo Acorn & Butternut Squash
Sale! $0.49 / lb.

3 lb. Cooking Onions
Sale! $0.99

Red and Green Leaf Lettuce
$0.99 / lb.

Romaine Lettuce
$0.99 / lb.

Sweet Grape Tomatoes
2 for $4

Roma Tomatoes
$0.99 / lb.

House of Meats

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
Sale! $1.99 / lb.

USDA Choice Black Angus Boneless English Roast
Sale! $2.99 / lb.

Boneless Pork City Chicken
$0.69 each

Homemade Seasoned Meatloaf
Sale! $2.99 / lb.

Breaded Veal Cutlets
$0.99 each

Sutffed Green Peppers
$2.99 / lb.


Sea Cuisine Seafood Entrees
10 oz. each

Wild Caught Wholey Ocean Perch Fillets
1 lb. pkg.

Bantry Bay Mussels
1 lb.
Sale! $5.99

Margaritaville Volcano Crispy Shrimp
8 oz.


The Andersons Pan Roasted Turkey Breast
Sale! $4.99 / lb.

Nueske's Applewood Smoked Bacon
8 oz.
Sale! $4.49

Apple Smoked Kosher Cheeses
8 oz.
Sale! $3.99

Feta Penne Pasta Salad
Sale! $4.59 / lb.

Tomato Bisque
16 oz.
Sale! $4.99

Homemade Apple Salad
Sale! $4.99 / lb.


Baby Boston Creme Cake
8 oz.
Sale! $2.99

Fresh Baked Monkey Bread
1 lb.
Sale! $2.99

Homemade Mini Brownie Bits
11 oz.
Sale! $2.99

Homemade Apple Turnovers
Sale! $2.99

Dairy / Frozen

Simply Apple
13.5 oz.
Sale! 10 for $10

Roots' Poultry Original Shredded Chicken
16 oz.
Sale! $4.99

Rosie's Hot Mama Bread
14.5 oz.
Sale! $3

Lender's Bagels
Sale! 2 for $3

International Creamer
16 oz.
Sale! 2 for $5
$0.55/1 Coupon available here

Yoder's Tapioca or Chocolate Pudding
22 oz.
Sale! $2.99

Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almond Milk
64 oz. (1/2 gallon)
Sale! $3.49
$1/1 Coupon available here 
$0.55/1 Coupon available here


Dei Fratelli Sloppy Joe, Pizza Sauce or Tomato Sauce
15 oz.
Sale! 12 for $10
$1/4 Coupon available here

Nonni's Crunchy Biscotti or Soft-Baked Tusconi
Sale! $4.49

Popcorn, Indiana All natural Kettle Popped Popcorn
Sale! $3.49

Nathan's Original Deli Mustard
Sale! $1.89

Rickle's Gourmet Pickle Spears
77 oz.
Sale! $10.99

Mike-sell's All Natural Potato Chips
7 oz.
Sale! 2 for $3

Salpica Salsa
16 oz.
Sale! $3.99

Nutella Chocolate Hazelnut Spread
13 oz.
Sale! $3.49
$1/1 Coupon 8/29 Red Plum Insert

Kellogg's Rice Krispies or Cocoa Krosipies
12-16.5 oz.
Sale! 2 for $5

Indian Summer Apple Cider
1 gal.
Sale! 2 for $6


50 oz. Arm & Hammer 2X Detergent
Sale! 2 for $5 
$1/2 Coupon 9/19 SmartSource Insert

Angel Soft 12-Double Roll Pack
Sale! $5.99


Cushioned Smart 30" Leaf Rake
Sale! $9.99
Reg. $12.99

30" Clog-Free Leaf Rake

24" Professional Springback Rake

Flowtron Handy Hauler Heavy Duty Yard Cart

Ames Leaf Bag Cart

The Andersons 5-pack Yard Waste Bags

Earthwise 2-Speed Electric Blower/ Vac/ Mulcher

Toro 2-Speed Electric Rake & Vac

Black & Decker Leaf Hog Electric Blower/ Vac

25% OFF Shade, Flowering and Ornamental Trees 

Sustainable Saturday - Buying Local All Year

Fall is officially here and this marks that last weekend of our Local Outdoor Farmer's Market.  While we are lucky enough to live in a community that has a Indoor Winter Farmer's Market through the colder months there are other options.  Two companies have emerged that will deliver fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy and bakery items to your doorstep.

Originally we tried Nature's Garden Delivered because of a deal available on Groupon.  We found the produce (that is all we ordered from them so far) to be fresh and either local or Organic and the prices to be reasonable.

Local Yokel Foods is a newer company and I have not personally used their service.  My neighbor has been receiving deliveries for the last two weeks and has been very impressed.  Many of the vendors are consistent with those available at our local Farmer's Market and the prices are the same or even less!  When I was at Kroger last evening, the sell Snowville Creamery Milk for $ 3.73, you can get this same milk DELIVERED to your doorstep for $3.49 for a half gallon. 

Local Yokel Foods is a new Food Delivery Service in Columbus, Ohio. They deliver local and organic fruits, veggies, breads, meat, dairy and specialty products right to your doorstep!

From their website:

How is my food delivered?

We use green 100% recyclable plastic bins
(There is a $15 fee to purchase the bin as part of your first order with Local Yokel Foods) to keep your order safe and fresh. We leave it on your porch in the shadiest spot. If you have a spot you'd like us to leave it at, just mention it in the comments section of your checkout order.  Just remember to place the bin and/or thermal bags back outside for pick-up. We will pick up your old bin when we deliver your next order!

What is considered "Local" food?

Since we live in central Ohio, we consider anything Ohio-Grown to be local. If it's possible to be grown in Ohio, we want to buy it!. However, we realize everything cannot be grown locally and there are times when things are not in season. We will buy out of state when those items aren't available in Ohio. Items that aren't Local will not have a label. 

What do you sell in the winter?

Plenty! We plan to have Local and Organic grown meats, cheese, eggs, milk, breads, potatoes, apples, pumpkins, greenhouse produce, locally grown canned or frozen fruits and vegetables and many more local specialty products. We also will buy Non Local and Organic produce during the off-seasons.

You can check to see if they deliver to your area here.

Nature's Garden Delivered is a broker for multiple local farmers. Anything that they cannot get locally, they purchase fresh Organic produce from farms outside of Ohio. 

There are franchises in Arizona, Georgia and the Ohio River Valley.  The Ohio River Valley includes Greater Cincinnati including SE Indiana, Northern Kentucky, Columbus and Louisville.  Also: Dayton, Indianapolis.  You can check on their website to see if they deliver to your area.

Here is a list provided by Local Foods Columbus that lists all the Farmer's Markets, Farms, Grocers and Restaurants that sell local food (and the time of year available).

If you are not local to Columbus, Ohio or surrounding area (also Arizona, Georgia and the Ohio River Valley for Nature's Garden Delivered), there is a local resource in Local Harvest  where you can see if there is a service like this in your area, co-ops that are available throughout the winter months or a Farmer who will sell to you directly for some of these items.

To find local CSA's, farmers markets, restaurants among other information on purchasing locally produced food:


Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association

The 2010 Ohio Sustainable  Farm Tour and Workshop Series

Prescription Drug Disposal (Columbus, OH) Saturday, September 25th

An excerpt from today's Columbus Dispatch:

Prescription drugs
Unneeded pills can be chucked Saturday (September 25th)

On the heels of two national studies that bolster signs of a growing prescription-drug-abuse epidemic, federal and local authorities have teamed up for a national drug take-back day this weekend.  

You can read the entire article here.

Sherwin Williams - 40% OFF Paints

Sherwin Williams is running a terrific Sale! on their high quality, low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) paints September 24 thru 26th.

Find a store near you here.

We've used Sherwin Williams “Harmony” & “Duration Home” for its low VOC content in our home.  Plus, we are partial to Sherwin Williams because it is an Ohio based company.

You can read more about our DIY Green Home Renovation here.

Recall of Similac Powdered Baby Formula Infant Formula - May Be Contaminated With Beetles

I woke up this morning to the alarm clock going off, the radio blaring and news that infant formula may contain beetles or their larvae.  But, have no fear this issue "poses no immediate health risk . . . "  What?!?

I was disturbed after the birth of my second child, who spent two weeks in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and the doctor's recommended that I supplement my milk with Human Milk Fortifier.   

There are many reasons why women and families choose to breast feed or use formula and I am not looking to debate those.  I am also fully aware of studies out there that say breast milk itself contains many toxins because of those that the mother is exposed and in general the increased number of toxins in our environment.  However, I just think this is an important reminder about the world that we live in all the manufactured "food" products that line the shelves at the local grocery store.  

Recall of Similac Powdered Baby Formula

Sept. 22, 2010 -- Illinois-based Abbott Laboratories says it is recalling about 5 million containers of its top-selling Similac powdered infant formula due to possible contamination by beetles or larvae of the bugs.

Abbott spokeswoman Melissa Brotz tells WebMD that the product being recalled is sold in cans and plastic containers, and that only the powdered versions of the popular infant formula is involved in its “proactive” action.

Similac sold in liquid form is not part of the recall, Brotz says.

“We know that parents place a lot of trust in our Similac brands and delivering anything less than the highest quality infant formula to them is unacceptable to us,” she tells WebMD. “We will do whatever is necessary to maintain that trust in the coming weeks and months.”

Recalled Similac Could Cause Illness

The company said in a news release posted on the web site of the FDA that an internal quality review detected the “remote possibility of the presence of a small common beetle in the product produced” in one of its manufacturing facilities.

Abbott says the FDA had determined that while the formula containing the beetles “poses no immediate health risk, there is a possibility that infants who consume formula containing the beetles or their larvae could experience symptoms of gastrointestinal discomfort and refusal to eat as a result of small insect parts irritating the GI tract.”

You can read the remainder of this article here.

Information about the recall in its entirety is available on Similac's website here.

Local Green Events (Sept/ Oct) Columbus, Ohio

Symhomemom's List of Favorite Upcoming Events or Classes.   

Whole Foods offers a variety of classes that are available on their website for the Columbus store here.

Friday, October 1, 2010 @ 5-7pm
$5 for the tasting purchased at Whole Foods

Whole Foods “Fridays Five After Five” wine tasting will benefit Local Matters in celebration of Local Foods Week. 

Green Energy Ohio and the American Solar Energy Society will host the annual Ohio Solar Tour
October 2nd and 3rd, 2010    

The tour is the largest demonstration of installed renewable energy  technologies and energy efficiency building practices in the U.S.  Last year's tour at 168 Open House sites (including 4 guided tours) in 91 communities across the state was attended by 5,618 Ohioans - a 30% increase over last year.    

Harvest Festival at North Market
Saturday, October 2, 2010 @ 9am-2pm

We’ll kick off Local Foods Week at the North Market Harvest Festival with cooking demonstrations and the launch of the Eat Local Challenge. 

Ohio Market Day at The Hills Market
Saturday, October 2, 2010 @ 8am-1pm
$15 in advance, $20 day of

Bicyclists can sign up to participate in the festive ride from North Market to Hills Market in celebration of local food.  Reserve your spot in the Market to Market Ride now.

Ohio Market Day at The Hills Market
Saturday, October 2, 2010 @ 10am-2pm

Meet the people who make your food. Find new (and delicious) Ohio food products to put on your shelves. Taste new treats and learn about what makes local food (and local markets) so great! Hills Market will be having cooking demonstrations featuring local ware, as well as prizes and giveaways.

Grilled Cheese Throwdown during the Short North Gallery Hop at MoJoe Lounge
Saturday, October 2, 2010 @ 6:30-8:30pm
$5 tickets at the door

Chefs from Skillet, Deepwood, Betty’s, and the MoJoe will compete alongside amateurs for the title of “grilled cheese master” using local breads, cheeses and toppings. 

Local Breakfast in Old Worthington
Sunday, October 3, 2010 @ 9am-11:30am
$10 for adults, $5 for children 3-12, FREE for children 2 and under

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams will provide delicious waffles and toppings paired with locally made ham alongside sausage from the Worthington Inn for a fantastic breakfast feast.  Snowville Creamery will be on hand to pour their delicious milk and Stauf’s Coffee will give you the jolt you need to get going! Reserve your spot now.
Brookside Elementary School Garden Tour and Picnic
Sunday, October 3, 2010 @ 12-2pm

Tour one of Ohio’s award winning (and largest) school gardens at Brookside Elementary in Perry Township/Worthington and hear more about our Food is Elementary Curriculum. Bring a picnic and games to enjoy with your family.

Iron Chef Competition at OSU Student Union
Sunday, October 3, 2010 @ 5:30-7:30pm
$15 Student Tickets, $25 Public Tickets

Chef Ricky Barnes from Ohio State and Chef Stazi Dulman from Whole Foods will compete to impress at the OSU student union using a “secret ingredient” grown at Honey Run Farm.  Hosted by OSU student group Dollars 4 Change.  Buy your tickets now!
Local Matters Benefit Happy Hour and Dinner at Alana’s Food and Wine 
Monday, October 4, 2010 @ 5:30-7pm (happy hour) 
$25 Happy Hour 
7-9pm (dinner) 
$75 Dinner 

Chef Alana Shock, a founding partner of Local Matters will host a private happy hour and benefit dinner for Local Matters and show how her food exemplifies the best of the season. Happy Hour tickets will include hors d’oeuvres and wine; Dinner tickets include a multiple course meal served family style and wine.  Make your reservations by calling Alana’s at (614) 294-6783

Restaurant Night* (Local Foods Week)
Tuesday, October 5, 2010, All Night
Prices Vary

Featuring Local Restaurants listed on Fresh Connect who will feature special dishes from local farms. A great chance to get out and support local restaurants who are supporting our local farmers.  Participating restaurants will be announced during the week of September 20th.

Tour Jeni’s Splendid Kitchen
Tuesday, October 5, 2010 @ 5-7 pm

An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams’ delicious operations. Jeni will prepare a special Pumpkin Tiramisu Parfait with Ohio Heirloom Pumpkin Icecream, Stauf’s Black Coffee Icecream, Mascarpone Whipped Snowville Cream, and a Marsala Honey Sauce.  Tour and taste!  Buy your tickets now. 

Movie Night (Local Foods Week)
Wednesday, October 6, 2010 @ 7-9pm

Screenings of Fresh- a movie that celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system.  Locations to be announced during the week of September 20th.

Thursday, October 7 @ 7 p.m.
Old Worthington Library Meeting Room

This hands on workshop, featuring a representative from the Office of the Ohio Consumer's Coucil, will show you a low cost and no cost ways to make your home more energy efficient. 

Local Foods Fall Family Fun Dinner
Thursday, October 7, 2010 @ 6:00pm or 7:30pm seatings
$10 adults, $5 kids (10 and under)

A Benefit for Local Matters at The Hills Market
All Ohio house-made chicken tenders, Ohio sweet potatoes and Ohio apple sauce served with Snowville Creamery milk and Ohio Apple Sundae with Jeni’s ice cream for dessert.  Includes fall holiday activities and fun in the kitchen with a special guest. Ohio wine and beer cash bar available.
Location: The Hills Market 7860 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus
Time:  Buffet runs between 6:00 seating and 7:30 seating – limited to 60 people.


Ohio Wine and Food Tasting at House Wine in Worthington
Thursday, October 7, 2010

House Wine will offer a variety of Ohio wines and foods for their weekly Thursday night wine tasting.

Culinary Tour (Local Foods Week)
Thursday, October 7, 2010 @ 6-9:30pm

Local Foods week tour presented by Columbus Food Adventures highlighting some of the talented chefs who emphasize local sourcing. Four stops include Skillet, Latitude 41, Clever Crow (at Circus) and Knead and will also feature CBC beer to accompany Clever Crow pizza. Tickets must be booked in advance and can be purchased at

Harvest Dinner (Local Foods Week)
Friday, October 8, 2010, Harvest Dinner @ 6:30-8pm
Harvest Ball @ 8-12pm 

Prior to the Harvest Ball the Harvest Dinner will feature a five course dinner with beer and wine. Harvest Dinner tickets include entrance to the Harvest Ball.

Harvest Ball Local Matters will close out Local Foods Week and the Ohio Eat Local Challenge with a party of grand proportions featuring great music, delicious local food and delightful drinks. Reserve your tickets now.

SWACO’s Residential Household Hazardous Waste Collections
October 16, 2010 @ 8am-2pm 
TOSOH SMD Inc. 3600 Gantz Rd. Grove City

We Accept:

  • Lighter Fluid Thinners Turpentine Adhesives
  • Old gasoline Polishes Kerosene Gasoline mixed with oil
  • Propane Used oil Vehicles batteries Oil based & spray paint
  • Cyanides Strong Chemicals Pool chemicals Acids & caustics
  • Drain cleaners Bleach Household cleaners Rat poison
  • Fluorescent bulbs Insecticides Antifreeze Lawn Chemicals & fertilizers
  • Fire extinguishers Mercury/Nicad Lithium batteries Propane tanks 20lbs. or smaller
We Do Not Accept:
  • Latex paint Appliances Asbestos Ammunition
  • Computers Needles Medical waste Propane tanks over 20lbs.
  • Tires Trash

Local Foods Week 2010 • October 2-8

From Eat Local Challenge website: 


Make a commitment to local food. 

In conjunction with Local Matters’ Local Foods Week from October 2-8th, we’re kicking off the Eat Local Challenge and giving Central Ohio residents another way to support their region’s local small farms, sustainable agriculture and locally produced foods. Through fun and healthy challenges that will last year round, you can help us…
  1. Activate the community to eat local.
  2. Teach all ages about the importance of knowing where your food comes from and making healthy choices.
  3. Support Ohio’s resources, from farmers to not-for-profits like Local Matters, who are dedicated to making local food accessible to all.
GET STARTED: All you have to do is fill out the ELC Pledge Card, committing to three or more ways you plan to “eat local” this month. Whether you pledge to cook a meal using local ingredients, patronize a favorite local restaurant or volunteer to help teach kids about local food, we appreciate your support!

Submitting your card will make you eligible for great prizes like a 26 Week Subscription to the Greener Grocer’s Weekly Fresh Market Bag, cooking classes and a subscription to Edible Columbus or a full pantry makeover with local foods. Check out the Pledge Card for more ideas on how to eat local.

You can check out the Eat Local Challenge here.

Whole Foods Market® - This Week's Hot Deals (Ohio)

You can check out all of Whole Foods Market® Hot Deals here.  These prices are valid from September 22nd thru September 28th.

You can read all about the current coupon deals available in both the whole deal and available to print online here.

Sales appear to be regional or even by State.  Please confirm with your store their coupon policy as some stores will allow you to use one manufacturer coupon + one Whole Foods coupon per item.

Boneless Center Cut Pork Loin
Sale! $5.99 / lb.
Reg. $7.99 / lb.

Brat Hans Original Fully Cooked Sausage
Sale! $3.99 each
Reg. $5.99 each

California Organic Avacados
Sale! $0.99 each
Reg. $1.50 each

California Organic Black Mission Figs
Sale! $2.99 pint
Reg. $3.99 pint

Wild Caught Raw Shell-On Shrimp 16-20 Count
Sale! $13.99 / lb.
Reg.. $17.99 / lb.

Westbrae Organic Beans
Sale! 4 for $5
Reg. $1.99 each

Lundberg Farms Organic Brown Rice
2 lb.
Sale! 2 for $5
Reg. $3.99 each

Made by our Chef's Classic Chicken Salad
Sale! $6.99 / lb.
Reg. $8.99 / lb.

The Andersons - This Week's Sale Items

The Andersons has a weekly flier that is available online here

The Andersons ad runs Sunday thru Saturday each week.  They do accept coupons, including internet coupons however they do not double coupons.

Sale Prices good Sunday, September 19th thru Saturday, September 25th.

Symhomemom's Favorite Deals for the Week are in BOLD.


Sugarbaby Watermelon
Sale! 2 for $3

Jumbo Sweet Yellow Onions
Sale! $0.88 / lb.

Gala Apples
Sale! $0.77 / lb.

1 lb. Bag Mini Carrots
Sale! $0.99

Crisp Celery
Sale! $0.99

Jumbo Sweet Green Peppers
Sale! 2 for $0.99

House of Meats

Boneless Center Cut Pork Chops
Sale! $0.79 / lb.

Boneless Rib Eye Steak
Sale! $3.99 / lb.


Orca Bay Farm Raised Tilapia
10 oz.
Sale! $4.29

Wholey Boil in a Bag Tilapia
1 lb. pkg.
Sale! $7.49 


Dietz & Watson Black Forest Honey Turkey
Sale! $6.49 / lb.
Reg. $8.99 / lb.

Biery Hot Pepper Cheese
Sale! $3.99 / lb.

Rosenborg Danish Blue Cheese Wedge
Sale! $3.49 / lb.

Fresh Bleu Cheese Coleslaw
Sale! $4.99 / lb.


Fresh Baked Bavarian Strudel
Sale! 2 for $5

9" Apple Raspberry Pie
Sale! $6.99
Reg. $9.99

Dairy / Frozen


Trappist Jams, Preserves and Marmalades
12 oz.
Sale! $2.99

Blue Diamond Natural Nut Thins
Sale! 2 for $5

Snyder's 100 Calorie Variety Snack Pack
22 single serving bags
Sale! $6.99

Terra Creta Extra Virgin Olive Oil
16.9 oz.
Sale! $6.99

Justin's All-Natural Chocolate Almond Butter
Single sandwich size, 1.15 oz.
Sale! $0.99 

Woodstock Farms Natural Almond Butter
16 oz.
Sale! $8.99


Cushioned Smart 30" Leaf Rake
Sale! $9.99
Reg. $12.99

ALL Gosport Blue Poly Tarps 
In Stock  Sizes from 5'x7' to 40'x50'
15% OFF
Reg. $1.99 to $99.99

Black Max Backpack Blower
Check out  Sustainable Saturday - The Leaf Blower vs. The Rake

15" x 29.5" Boot Tray
Sale! $3.99
Reg. $4.99
Check out Sustainable Saturday - The Big Shoe Down, No Shoes Allowed!