Crunchy Friday 3/21/14

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Welcome back to Crunchy Friday for 3/21/14, which rounds up the week’s best new organic, natural, green, gluten free, and allergy friendly coupons and online deals. Note: You’ll find a mix here — not everything here is organic; not everything is gluten free. Pick the deals and coupons that are right for your own family.



Kindle freebies

coconut oil

Online deals


Prices on Amazon often change quickly. You need to be logged in to see and clip coupons, which are limit one per account and will come off just the first shipment. You can cancel subscribe & save or skip a shipment at any time. You get 5% off and free shipping with subscribe & save, which increases to 15% off if you have five subscriptions on the same day/month, or 20% off if you have five + Amazon Mom with Prime — in which case your price will be even lower than shown below!




  • Checkout 51 has cash back offers for Kettle chips and fresh blueberries this week, plus you may have additional personalized offers.
  • Ibotta has added $1.00 back on Cascadian Farms granola, plus check out relevant store specific offers for Whole Foods, Target, and more.

Plum District



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  1. Samantha says

    There is a coupon for Annie’s on Amazon making for decent prices on the Bunny Fruit Snacks (cute for Easter) and Annie’s Homegrown graham bunny snacks variety pack with subscribe and save.

  2. peaches says

    This is one of the few times I wish I owned a kindle. The Season’s on Henry’s Farms, is written by Terra Brockman, and is about her brother Henry Brockman’s farm. Henry is an organic grower, and comes to the Evanston farmer’s market. This is the only market he comes to, and he is one of my favorite growers there. He is not cheap, as in Aldi’s cheap, but he is very reasonable considering that he is organic, and his produce is wonderful. The book also contains recipes created by Terra. The book averages four stars on Amazon. I would highly recommend it.

    • says

      You don’t need a Kindle to read Kindle books — they have free emulators for PC, Mac, iPad, Android and more, and you can also read right in your web browser:

      I read mine on my iPad, and did download this yesterday but haven’t had a chance to read it yet.

  3. Lisa says

    Dang, I guess I didn’t read the fine print. Doesn’t include sale items on the Yes To deal on Plum District. Apparently my cart was full of sale items only.

  4. jane says

    Darn, Henry’s Farm is now $12 on kindle. I wish I had seen this earlier—it looks very good. If I wasn’t on a tight budget right now, I would pay the $12 for it.

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