Make the Most of Organic Food Coupons
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Organic food coupons are a wonderful way of taking what would otherwise be a rather expensive purchase and making it affordable even for median-income families. Food coupons can cut the cost of your organic food by as much as 50% in some cases. Being aware of where to find these coupons and how to use them effectively can greatly reduce the cost of your grocery bill and put organic food--that priviledge of the priviledged--within your reach.
First, you must find the coupons. Sometimes newspapers will post them in the Sunday editions along with the other coupons. Sometimes your local store will have them in their circulars and flyers. Sometimes the company will offer them on their website. Sometimes when a store offers a new food, they will have coupons for it, either manufacturer coupons (if the food is a new one for the company) or else in-store coupons. Manufacturer's coupons can often be used at another store where the prices are sometimes cheaper. Sometimes you can find them in organic magazines and magazines devoted to healthy living and healthy foods. Check all these sources religiously. If you like a particular food, you may wish to write to the company and ask them if any coupons or special offers are available for that food. Many times they will be only too happy to let you know what promotions they currently have for that food or for other products. If there are none, they may offer to sign you up for a mailing list which will tell you when promotions become available. It doesn't hurt to ask.
Once you have these coupons, combine them with other offers wherever possible. Sales, two for one promotions, etc., are all good places to save even more on organic food. The coupons alone will sometimes bring organic food down to the level of regular food, as far as cost is concerned. Sometimes, by combining coupons and sales, you can bring the cost down even below that of nonorganic food.
Organic food coupons are well worth the effort for anyone who wants to eat organic, but isn't sure they can afford it.