I am always looking for a bargain, but I am pretty picky about the food I buy. I try to buy as much organic food as possible. I know this isn’t always possible because of cost and availability, but I try to make it happen as much as I can. I know I have mentioned how much I love Amazon Subscribe and Save before, but I thought I would just share some of my recent online deals. I also placed an online order this weekend with Vitacost and found some pretty good deals. I will share those too.
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-Simply Organic Vanilla Extract (Subscribe and Save)-$12.92 for 2 bottles (4 ounce bottles)
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-Coffee Bean Direct Fair Trade Organic Shade Grown coffee (Subscribe and Save)-$34.73 for a 5 pound bag. (We drink coffee like it’s going out of style!)
(Photo Source: Amazon.com)-Country Choice Organic Multigrain Hot Cereal (Subscribe and Save)-$13.65 for a 6 pack (18 ounce containers)
(Photo Source: vt-fiddle.com)-Organic Stevia-8 ounces-$15.95 and free shipping—I know this might not sound like a great deal, but at Trader Joe’s, organic stevia is about $10 for 1 ½ ounces.
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-Organic Olive Oil (Subscribe and Save)-$14.50 for 2 25 ½ ounce containers
(Shipping was FREE)
-Nutritional Yeast Flakes-$9.77 for 22 ounces
-Spirulina powder-$14.95 for one pound
-Other purchases included kelp flakes, chia seeds, chocolate rice protein, and vanilla plant protein (I have never used any of these products)
If I had bought these items at the nearest health food store, I would be broke as a joke. I love how online shopping makes it affordable for me to buy good quality foods at a decent price! I hope this helps/inspires you to check out products that you either can’t find or can’t afford and see if you can find a deal!