A few Whole Foods deals through 1/14/14

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In addition to the deals I mentioned in my Whole Foods shopping trip today, I picked up their tiny in-store flyer and spotted a couple more deals. This should be for Chicago area stores through tomorrow 1/14.

  • 365 Everyday Value 15 oz no salt added black beans, $.89. (I also saw cannellini beans at this same price in store today.)
  • 365 Everyday Value blueberry cereal bars, $1.99.
  • Whole Foods Maket sourdough bread in the bakery dept, 20 oz, $2.99.
  • Organic navel oranges, $1.49/lb.
  • Nasoya organic tofu 14 oz (dairy dept), 2/$3.00. Print $.75/1 on Mambo Sprouts or another $.75/1 on Facebook and you have $.75 organic tofu!
  • Earth Balance organic 64 oz refrigerated soy milk, 2/$5.00.
  • Nutiva organic coconut manna, $6.99.
  • Orgain nutri shakes, 2/$4.00. Get $1.00 back on Ibotta. Stack with the $1.00/1 Whole Foods coupon here for one free shake.

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    • says

      Pretty high. Sometimes they have decent Friday only sales, but as a general rule and absent a sale their meat is generally higher than ‘regular’ grocery stores.

    • peaches says

      They had rotisserie chicken on sale one day last month at the downtown Evanston store. They frequently have three day sale over the weekends that usually include meat, chicken and/or seafood. They just had 85% ground beef on sale last Friday for $3.99 a pound. I buy a lot of my meat at Whole Foods, but I don’t eat a lot of meat, and especially red meat, and when I do cook with chicken, I will use it in a soup, stir fry or casserole, instead of sitting down to a big hunk of meat. That way it goes a lot farther. I only cook for myself too, and so when I get half a pound of salmon, it is not that expensive for me.

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