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  1. NMPatricia 1
    NMPatricia Thursday, June 30th, 2011 at 4:16 pm |

    Not that this is a reason to do something (or not). It is just for so long I thought I was doing something wrong because I didn’t use coupons. But the majority of what we buy is fresh produce and bulk grains and nuts. Didn’t have coupons for what I bought. It is nice to read others have the same experience. Yes, we do big store runs for items. We just lost our Cash and Carry type of store in my town. Thanks for the post.

  2. Kellie 3
    Kellie Thursday, June 30th, 2011 at 4:43 pm |

    Things have changed a little in the coupon industry. More and more whole foods are becoming available at discounts thru the use of coupons. I’ve gotten several boxes of whole wheat pasta for free, and there are coupons in the last two weeks papers for fresh grape tomatoes and Dole fresh slaw mix. Not to mention milk and other organic products. Others too numerous to name in the health and beauty aisles — haven’t paid for soap, deodorant or shampoo in a while. And lots of natural products are becoming a regular occurrence. It might be worth the two bucks and fifteen minutes or so a week to grab a paper and just see what’s out there. :-)

  3. Jessica 5
    Jessica Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 at 9:22 am |

    Great tips. Also a way to stay mindful of food waste, a huge problem in our country!

  4. The Zadge 7
    The Zadge Tuesday, August 9th, 2011 at 2:16 pm |

    Yay! I don’t use coupons either for that very reason. If only Whole Foods would start giving out coupons for produce!

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