Sustainable Saturday - What's in Your Laundry Detergent?

I recently overheard a co-worker talking about preferences when it comes to laundry detergent scents.  This conversation went so in-depth as to combination of Laundry Detergent 'A' combined with Laundry Softener 'A' was much different than Fabric Softener 'B'.

It immediately made me think of all the chemicals or scents that we expose ourselves to on a daily basis.  Laundry Detergent releases chemicals into your home when you are actually doing the laundry, contaminates the environment by places those chemicals into our waterways, but then also "off gases" after the laundry is done while residing in a closet or drawer and then "off gases" the entire time you are wearing that clothing.

An excerpt from ehow:  Harmful Chemicals in Laundry Detergent outlining the chemicals, effects, considerations and suggestions for how to make your own Laundry Detergent:


  1. Napthas, phenols, phosphates, chlorine bleach, chemical fragrance, dioxane and sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate are examples of chemicals found in laundry detergents.
  2. Environmental Effects

  3. These chemicals can kill or otherwise harm fish, are toxic to wildlife and pollute water, according to They also can stimulate algae and other marine plant growth, causing imbalance in ecosystems.
  4. Effects on Humans

  5. The chemicals in laundry detergents can irritate skin, eyes and the respiratory system; disrupt hormones; and cause allergies, according to Some, such as naphthas, have been linked to cancer.
  6. Considerations

  7. Chemicals are diluted when used to make detergent and diluted further when used in the washing machine, making the concentrations low and generally considered safe for use.
  8. Chemical-Free Detergent & Fabric Softener

  9. You can create your own, chemical-free laundry detergent at home by combining 1 grated bar of soap, 1/2 cup borax and 1/2 cup washing soda.  the simple dollar:  Making Your Own Laundry Detergent:  A Detailed Visual Guide  
  10. Add a quarter cup of baking soda to wash cycle to soften fabric
  11. Add a quarter cup of white vinegar to rinse to soften fabric and eliminate cling
We have used Environmentally-Friendly or 'Green' Laundry Detergents for many years including Seventh Generation, Method and Sun & Earth.  Not only are they 'Green', but I have always used 'Free & Clear' versions due to highly sensitive skin that both my husband and son have.  My son actually broke out into a rash once when we were visiting someone because of the laundry detergent that was used to wash the pillowcase on which he slept.

Looking for a 'Green' Laundry Detergent alternative?  

You can check out the EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency) list of safe products through its DfE Safer Product Labeling Program.  EPA allows safer products to carry the Design for the Environment (DfE) label. This mark enables consumers to quickly identify and choose products that can help protect the environment and are safer for families.  Be aware that not all companies have sought the certification.  DfE Laundry Detergents

Another good source for learning about Green Laundry Detergents and reading reviews of green detergents is ConsumerSearch.  You'll find both liquid and powder detergents from companies like Seventh Generation, Mrs. Meyers, Arm & Hammer, Country Save, Method and Dropps including ratings as well as information on specialty detergents for babies, delicate clothing and athletic wear.

Sources:  ehow:  Harmful Chemicals in Laundry Detergent, the simple dollar:  Making Your Own Laundry Detergent:  A Detailed Visual Guide, EPA's DfE Safer Product Labeling:  Laundry Detergent and Consumer Search:  Green Laundry Detergents.

Babies R Us - Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent for $4.32 per bottle!

Seventh Generation facebook page says "Here's a deal at Babies "R" Us (instore only): Save $5 when you buy $25 of Seventh Generation items, including Diapers, Wipes, Laundry, Dish, and Cleaning. Valid 1/26-2/22."

This weekend (1/29 thru 1/31) you can get 2 packs of Seventh Generation Diapers 2 for $15 (must buy two for offer).  

Combine with Manuf. Coupons available here:

$1/1 Coupon for Seventh Generation Baby Diapers, Training Pants or Wipes
$1/1 Coupon for Seventh Generation Household or Personal Care product
$1/1 Coupon for Seventh Generation Laundry Products when you buy Dish Products
$1/1 Coupon for Seventh Generation Disinfecting Product (Spray or Wipes)

Combine with in-store (Babies R Us/ Toys R Us) Coupon (in home mailer):

$3/1 Babies R Us Coupon off Any Laundry Detergent (Excludes Dreft & Tide) Valid 1/28 thru 2/21 (You can also use this coupon on Method & BabyGanics products which are on clearance at some stores.  I found Method 25 Load Laundry Detergent for $6.98 - less $3/1 In-Store coupon = $3.98!)

Deal Idea:

Buy 3 Seventh Generation Laundry Detergents @ $9.99 (32 Loads)
  • Use $3/1 Babies R Us Coupon off Any Laundry Detergent ($3 off each bottle)
  • Use $1/1 Coupon for Seventh Generation available here
  • Use $1/1 Coupon in the 1/23/11 Red Plum Insert
  • Use $1/1 Coupon in the 10/31/10 Red Plum Insert (expires 1/31/11)
  • $5/$25 Babies R Us Offer
Total:  $12.97 


Buy 2 Packs Seventh Generation Diapers @ 2 for $15
Buy 1 Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent @ $9.99
Buy 1 Seventh Generation Disinfecting Product @ $3.99 or Pack of Wipes (Varies $2.49-$3.99)
Total:  $15.48-$16.98 for all 4 products (2 packs diapers, 1 laundry detergent and 1 disinfecting product or wipes)


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 January 28th thru February 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.

One Day Deals!

This Week's Hot Deals!

You can check out many more deals at Whole Foods by visiting Your Green Helper, helping moms save while going green.

Sustainable Saturday - Benefits of Buying Local Foods

Buying local is not just about saving some money, supporting local farmers and the local economy, but about knowing where your food comes from and having a direct connection to the people or farms who produce the food.

Benefits of Buying Local Foods:

1. Budget friendly

Shopping at a local Farmer's Market was Number 6 on Saving Family Green's 10 Tips to Buying Organic on a Budget.  

Farmer's Markets are an absolutely terrific way to save on fresh produce, meats and even dairy products.  Not all items found at Farmer's Markets are Organic, however many people argue that Local and Fresh are just as important, if not more so than Organic.  Many times Organic items are shipped across the county or even from another country.  While many local farmer's practice farming that is not Certified Organic, it's really close or their practices are just as good as an Organic farmer, they just are not large enough to afford the Certified-Organic certification costs.

You can read more about deciphering Organic Food Labels in a past Saving Family Green Sustainable Saturday post here.

Read about The New Dirty Dozen:  12 Foods to Eat Organic

2.  Fresh Foods

Eating local gives you access to fresher produce that does not need to be sustained by chemical or other enhancements to ensure a longer shelf-life.  There are many health benefits to especially produce that is fresh from the fields or being picked.

3.  Strengthens Local Economy

Supporting local farmers keeps dollars in your community and economy. It helps ensure that your State's agricultural traditions remain strong and keeps people working the lands that have been in their families for generations.

4.  Direct Connection to Food Grower or Producer

Buying local foods allow you to develop a relationship with the person or people who are growing or producing your food.  Something you can't do even when purchasing USDA Organic items from popular retailers is ask the person who raised the cattle how their cattle are grass-fed or when the eggs from their chickens were laid (for example).   

5.  Lessens environmental impact of transporting food

The shorter the distance food has to travel from farm to table reduces fossil fuel consumption and carbon emissions involved in transporting food around the country. 

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


If you live in Ohio:

Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association - Good Earth Guide to Ohio Organic & Ecological Farms & Gardens

Fresh Connect (Local Matters)

Big Lots - 20% off ENTIRE purchase! (Jan. 22 - Jan. 31)

Saturday, January 22nd through Monday, January 31st if you are a Buzz Club Rewards Member you should have received an email coupon for 20% off your Entire Purchase. 

Buzz Club benefits include:
  • 2 day advantage.  Be the first to know when your ad is online.
  • Special savings up to 20% off.
  • Sneak peak of new and seasonal items.
  • Be the first to see clearance items.
What kinds of green or organic products you can find at Big Lots:
Disclaimer:  Please remember because Big Lots is a discounted retailer, products and varieties will vary by location.

$1/1 Wholly Queso Coupon!

$1/1 Wholly Queso Coupon available here (expires 2/1/11).

$1/1 Alexia Foods Coupon!

$1/1 Alexia Coupon when you visit Alexia Foods on facebook, "Like" them and then give them your two cents on our next product in our "Reinvent a Classic with Alexia" contest.

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 January 19th thru January 25th.

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.

One Day Deals!

On Friday, January 21st
Boneless Beef New York Strip Steaks and Roasts
These steaks are great grilled or broiled. A simple rub will bring out the flavor nicely! Pair with fresh asparagus from our Produce department. 
Sale $9.99/lb.
Reg. $15.99/lb

This Week's Hot Deals!

Beef Bottom Round Roast & Round Stew Meat
Fantastic for a cold weather comfort meal!
Sale! $3.49lb
Reg. $4.99 – $5.99 lb

Boneless Beef Sirloin Steak
Great broiled with one of our dry rubs!
Sale! $5.99lb
Reg. $9.99 lb

Chile Organic Blueberries (1 pint)
Sale! $3.99ea
Reg. $5.99 ea

Soothing Touch Assorted Lip Balms (0.25 oz)
Organic ingredients and exotic flavors like pomegranate,
coconut and tea tree!
Sale! $1.99 ea
Reg. $3.99 ea

Washington Organic Braeburn Apples
Crisp, juicy and slightly tart — Perfect for a warm apple crisp!
Sale! $1.79lb
Reg. $2.49 lb

Wild-Caught Turbot Fillet
Great baked or broiled with seasoned panko!
Previously frozen.
Sale! $8.99 lb
Reg. $12.99 lb

Herdez Salsa (16 oz)
Medium Salsa Casera or Salsa Verde
Sale! 2 for $4
Reg. $3.39 ea

Bay Scallops
Outstanding broiled with garlic butter and tossed
with pasta or brown rice! Previously frozen.
Sale! $6.99 lb
Reg. $8.99 lb

Red Fork Pizza (12.5–13.5 oz)
Perfect comfort food on a wintry evening!
Selected varieties.
Sale! $4.99 ea
Reg. $6.99 ea

You can check out many more deals at Whole Foods by visiting Your Green Helper, helping moms save while going green.

$0.75/1 Organic Valley Half & Half Coupon!

Save 75 ¢ on Organic Valley Half & Half!
Save 75 ¢ on Organic Valley Half & Half! Like—or love—Organic Valley Half & Half? "Like" Organic Valley on Facebook now through Thursday, January 20 and get a coupon for 75 cents off your next purchase!
Get coupon at facebook - 50% OFF Hefty Products (1/18/11 only)!

Today only at you can get 50% OFF Hefty Products including their Hefty Renew trash bags.  

Use code FBHEFTY when you checkout.  Maximum discount is $10.  FREE Shipping when you spend $25. 

CVS: Tom's of Maine for $0.99 after ECB

It's becoming more common to find Organic & Natural products at some of the big name retailers this year already!  

You can get Tom's of Maine Toothpaste, Mouthwash or Deodorant this week at CVS for $3.99, Get $3 ECB (Limit 2)!

If you want to know more about how CVS and ECB (Extra Care Bucks) work, you can read more here.

This is a terrific deal on Tom's of Maine products! 

Kroger also has Method hand wash for $1.50 on sale thru 1/31/11 (I'm going from memory, so correct me if I'm wrong!)

Gardener's Supply - Win a Kitchen Garden (worth over $500)!

You can sign up here to win a Kitchen Garden (worth over $500) from Gardener's Supply.

garden's alive! has a special offer:  Save $25 when you spend $50.  When I have ordered from them in the past this includes shipping & handling charges.

Save $25.00
When You Buy
Product Totaling
$50.00 or More!

Limit One Offer Per Customer

Sustainable Saturday - Planning for our Garden 2011

It's January and I'm starting to think about the warm weather that is to come and gardening.  Every year I have lofty goals when it comes to gardening and after our disappointing summer growing season last year due to pests, I am starting to think about how to make the space we have work better and to extend our harvest further into the year.

The Backyard Homestead is ready for me to pick up at our local library.  I am excited to read this book and will do a book review here when finished.

The Backyard Homestead:  Produce all the food you need on just one quarter acre!
Edited by:  Carleen Madigan

Put your backyard to work! Enjoy fresher, organic, better-tasting food all the time. The solution is as close as your own backyard. Grow the vegetables and fruits your family loves; keep bees; raise chickens, goats, or even a cow. The Backyard Homestead shows you how it's done. And when the harvest is in, you'll learn how to cook, preserve, cure, brew, or pickle the fruits of your labor.

From a quarter of an acre, you can harvest 1,400 eggs, 50 pounds of wheat, 60 pounds of fruit, 2,000 pounds of vegetables, 280 pounds of pork, 75 pounds of nuts.

I've started to receive catalogs and emails from the different companies that I subscribe to for the upcoming growing season.  Gardener's Supply Company has Preplanned Family Gardens.  These gardens show you the items that you will need to have or purchase to complete your garden from a logistical standpoint and also what vegetables to plant and how much space you'll need.  What I love about this guide is it gives you a printable guide that tells you when to start the seeds indoors, when to plant outdoors, etc.  These guides really make it easy to get started.  I am interested in these tools because I want to maximize the space that we have and produce a more plentiful and longer lasting harvest.

In addition to the Preplanned Family Gardens available from Gardener's Supply, you can also find these great resources:

Not sure when to start your seeds indoors: 
Seed Starting Chart available on 

For new gardeners:
Gardener's Supply - Kitchen Garden Custom Planting Map

Drag and drop your vegetables into a very user friendly Planting Map.  This planting map is always FREE to use.

For formal gardens:
Garden Planner

Arrange plants, trees, buildings and objects using an easy to use 'drag and drop' interface. Use tools to quickly create paving, paths and fences. Then produce a high quality color print out of your design.
Download the trial version right now or buy the full version for just $19.95.

For veggie gardeners: is an innovative garden planning tool which helps you grow fruit and vegetables to the best of their ability, whatever the size or shape of your garden or plot.  They offer a FREE 30-day trial or you can Subscribe for $25 for one year or $40 for two years.

Three-Season Garden Plan (Limited Space):

If you don't know where to start and have a small space, Organic Gardening Magazine  in their Feb/March 2010 Issue took all the guess work out of planting a Three-Season Garden.

Babies R Us/ Toys R Us 4 Day Super Sale! - BabyGanics & Earth's Best Deals!

Babies R Us/ Toys R Us 4 Day Super Sale! - Friday, January 14th thru Monday, January 17th Sale!

You can find several great Organic/ Green Deals at Babies R Us this weekend.  We stopped there this morning and found several unadvertised deals in addition to the advertised deals.

BabyGanics box of wipes (400 ct.) 
Sale! $10 + BOGO
$5 for 2 boxes of 400 ct. wipes!
Available online here

BabyGanics - All products
Sale! BOGO (Reg. prices starting at $2.99 each)
Available online here 

Earth's Best 1st & 2nd Food Jars
Sale! 20 for $10 

Earth's Best 3rd Food Jars
Sale! 10 for $10
Earth's Best Diapers - Value Box 
Sale! 2 for $30 (thru 1/31/11)
Available online here

msnbc: New guidelines would make school lunches healthier

The Associated Press 
updated 1/13/2011 3:50:20 PM ET 2011-01-13T20:50:20

  School cafeterias would have to hold the fries — and serve kids more whole grains, fruits and vegetables — under the government's plans for the first major nutritional overhaul of students' meals in 15 years.
The Agriculture Department proposal announced Thursday applies to lunches subsidized by the federal government. The guidelines would require schools to cut sodium in those meals by more than half, use more whole grains and serve low-fat milk. They also would limit kids to only one cup of starchy vegetables a week, so schools couldn't offer french fries every day.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said the new standards could affect more than 32 million children and are crucial because kids can consume as much as half of their daily calories in school.
"The United States is facing an obesity epidemic and the crisis of poor diets threatens the future of our children and our nation," Vilsack said Thursday.    

You can read the remainder of the article here.

Sample Before & After School Lunch Menu available here.

Saving Naturally - Amazon: Natural and Organic Grocery Deals for January 2011

Saving Naturally has put together a list of the best deals at Amazon for this month (January 2011). 

Saving Naturally - Amazon:  Natural and Organic Grocery Deals for January 2011.

Traditional Medicinals Organic Raspberry Leaf Herbal Tea, 16-Count Wrapped Tea Bags (Pack of 6) Reg. $33 Now $14.34 ($2.39/ea) with the code TRADMED8

R.W. Knudsen Organic Pear Juice, 8-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 27) Reg. $28.62 Now $15.58 (.58/ea) with the code KNUD3434

See all the deals 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 January 12th thru January 18th.

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.

One Day Deal! This Friday Only!

Fresh Tilapia 
Sale! $4.99 lb.

This Week's Hot Deals!

Boneless Beef Sirloin Steak or Cubes
Amazing value — Stock up on and save!
Sale! $5.99 lb
Reg. $9.99–$10.99 lb

Beef Rump or Bottom Round Roast
Slow cook for the perfect roast beef!
Sale! $3.49 lb
Reg. $4.99–$5.49 lb

California Organic Navel Oranges
Sweet, juicy and loaded with Vitamin C!
Sale! 10 for $5
Reg. 99¢ ea

Garden Of Life Raw Protein Powder (21.95 oz)
Organic, vegan and nutrient dense raw
seeds and grains!
Sale! $23.99 ea
Reg. $39.99 ea

Mexico Blackberries (6 oz)
Superfood! High in antioxidants.
Sale! 2 for $5
Reg. $3.99 ea

Wild-Caught Fresh Haddock Fillet
Great broiled with our garlic butter!
Sale! $9.99 lb
Reg. $12.99 lb

Food Should Taste Good Tortilla Chips (5.5–6 oz)
Great with one of our fresh salsas or guacamole!
Selected varieties.
Sale! 2 for $4
Reg. $2.99 ea
$1/2 Manuf. Coupon available here

Wild-Caught Shell-On Shrimp (16–20 ct)
Great for Scampi! Try with our garlic butter!
Previously frozen.
Sale! $13.99 lb
Reg. $17.99 lb

Izze Sparkling Juice (4 pack, 12 oz)
Just the right combination of sweetness and
sparkle. Selected varieties.
Sale! $3.99 ea
Reg. $5.49 ea
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon available here

You can check out many more deals at Whole Foods by visiting Your Green Helper, helping moms save while going green.

Costco - Organic Price List

The Thrifty Mama has posted a Costco Organic Price List on her blog.  I will add this link to my coupon page for access anytime.  Enjoy!

Costco Organic Price List

Saving Family Green 2011

It's a new year and I'm working on my goals for this blog in the coming year.  My biggest goal (wish) is that I had more time to contribute to it.  Something I have never shared here before (at least not that I remember) is that in addition to being a blogger and mom, I am also work full time in the construction industry with an emphasis on green building. 

While I "wish" that I had more time to share the knowledge that's in my head in regards to going green, being environmentally conscious, etc. there is just not enough time in the day.  I thought as we enter the new year I would share some of the sites that I read daily in my google reader for time sensitive green deal posts that I am unable to share here.  While I do share some deal posts, usually they are only the ones that I either will personally take advantage of or are just so great that I believe they are worth sharing again!

Here are some of my favorite "Green" Deal Blogs:

Organic Deals
Saving Naturally
Tips for Green
Your Green Helper

Sustainable Saturday - 15 Ways Your Home Can Make You Infertile

Photo:  Design Pics/Ron Nickel/Getty Images

I have long believed that health of human beings is directly related to the chemicals and environments that we expose ourselves to, especially indoor environments.  When my husband and I married and purchased our first home, we made conscious decisions about the items and products that we would use in our home.  We have personally never struggled with infertility, however we have watched several friends go through infertility and eventually become pregnant.  Part of me has always believed that this was due to never having put hormones in my body in the form of birth control prior to having children and also to the indoor environment that we have chosen for our home including building materials like paint, removing wall to wall carpeting, cleaning products, etc.

15 Ways Your Home Can Make You Infertile

You can read the remainder of this article here.

Disclaimer:  The content of this post may be a little more in depth than what I typically share here on Saving Family Green, however I think this article is definitely worth sharing.  I am very sensitive to infertility as I have watched the several of our friends experience struggles with becoming pregnant. 

the whole deal coupons - NEW! January/ February 2011


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.

Depending on your local store policy, some stores will allow you to use one Whole Food coupons + one Manufacturer Coupon per item.  The corresponding manufacturer's coupons are listed below in addition to the Whole Foods coupon.

Here is a list of coupons available to print online:

50¢ off any ONE (1) Clif MOJO Bar

$5.00 off any ONE (1) Garden of Life Vitamin Code 120 ct. or 240 ct. Excludes Vitamin Code Liquid, Vitamin Code Kids or Single Nutrient Formulas
$5/1 Manuf. Coupon for Garden of Life Vitamin Code, Raw Calcium 150 ct. available here

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Udi's Gluten Free Baked Good
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon available here

$1.00 off any ONE (1) large loaf of Health Starts Here™ Whole Grain Hearth Bread

$1.00 off any ONE (1) 16-oz bottle Whole Foods Market™ Organic Castile Soap, Almond, Lavender or Peppermint

50¢ off any ONE (1) 32-oz container 365 Everyday Value® Organic Yogurt, Lowfat Plain, Nonfat Plain or Nonfat Vanilla

50¢ off any ONE (1) 16-ounce package 365 Everyday Value® Organic Whole Wheat Pasta

$1.00 off any ONE (1) 365 Everyday Value® Powdered or Liquid Laundry Detergent, Fabric Softener Sheets, Automatic Dish Detergent or Dish Soap

$1.00 off any ONE (1) 2.5-lb package Nature’s Rancher Individually Quick Frozen Chicken Wings or Boneless Skinless Breasts, Thighs or Tenders

$3.00 off any ONE (1) Eat Right America Nutritarian Handbook

50¢ off any ONE (1) Clif Bar

$1.00 off any TWO (2) DREAM Beverages or Frozen Products
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon for Rice Dream Aseptic or Frozen Product 10/24/2010 SS Insert (exp 1/31/2011)
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon for Rice Dream Refrigerated Product 10/24/2010 SS Insert (exp 1/31/2011) 
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon for Rice Dream Aseptic or Frozen Product 10/24/2010 SS Insert (exp 1/31/2011)

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

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Garden of Eatin' Product (3 oz. or larger)
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon for Garden of Eatin Tortilla Chips 10/17/2010 SS Insert (exp 1/17/2011)
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon available here

$5.00 off any ONE (1) Garden of Life RAW Meal or RAW Protein Powder

$5.00 off any ONE (1) Garden of Life fucoTHIN or Diet 360

$3.00 off any ONE (1) full size JASON Shampoo or Conditioner

$1.00 off any ONE (1) box Kashi TLC Bars
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon for Kashi TLC Bars Kashi Booklet (exp 2/28/2011)

$1.00 off any TWO (2) LARABAR or JOCALAT Bars

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

50¢ off any ONE (1) Lifeway Bio Kefir 4-pack

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Lightlife Product
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon available here
$1/1 Manuf. Coupon for Lightlife Veggie Entree 1/2/2011 SS Insert (exp 2/28/2011)

50¢ off any ONE (1) LUNA Bar or LUNA Protein Bar

$1.00 off any ONE (1) MaraNatha Nut Butter

$1.50 off any TWO (2) Nature’s Path Organic Flax Plus Cereals or Toaster Pastries

$1.00 off any TWO (2) 7 or 8 oz. Newman's Own Organics Pretzels
$1/2 Manuf. Coupon Newman's Own Product available here

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

$2.00 off  any ONE (1) Rainbow Light "Certified Organics" Product

55¢ off any ONE (1) bottle of San-J Organic Gluten Free Tamari, Cooking Sauce or Dressing

$1.00 off any TWO (2) 6 oz. siggi's yogurt

75¢ off any ONE (1) Simply Asia Product

75¢ off any ONE (1) Sokenbicha Bottle

$2.00 off any ONE (1) Spectrum Essentials Supplement (including Fish Oil, Flax Oil, Flaxseed or Fish-Free DHA)

75¢ off any ONE (1) 32 oz cup of Stonyfield Fat Free, Low Fat or Whole Milk Organic Yogurt
$0.50/1 Manuf. Coupon available here

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

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