I was able to grab some great deals on foods that are better for you that your family will enjoy. These would also make a great way to stock up for a church pantry, a love gift basket for someone needing to eat better or a way to revamp your own pantry.
1. Felippo Berio spray(pump spray not aerosol) olive oil Buy 1 get 1 free at $4.79 each. Go to the Felippo Berio website at http://filippoberio.com
to print 2 $1 off coupons. Final price: 39 cents each! ($4.79+ 4.79)-$4.79- $2( $1 coupon doubled)-$2 ($1 coupon doubled) = $0.79
2. Tuttorosso 28 oz. canned tomato products $1.59 each. There is a blinkie in-store coupon for $1 off 2. Final price = 59 cents each! ($1.59+1.59)-$2( $1 off 2 coupon doubled) =$1.18. This is a great way to have "spaghetti" sauce and control sodium and preserve great taste at the same time. Diced tomatoes and whole tomatoes typically have much lower sodium levels than traditional spaghetti or pasta sauces. I simply add my own salt-free Italian seasoning, a splash of olive oil and fresh or powder garlic and enjoy. Sodium in spaghetti sauces can range from 340mg to 790mg for well known brands. Whole, diced or crushed tomato products tend to range from 90mg-180mg.
3. If you are signed up for the Kashi newsletters you should have received a printable coupon link in your email for $1 off any Kashi bars. Kashi has increased the number of organic products. Use this $1 off coupon doubled to $2 to grab some great Kashi cereals or bars for ~$2-3.49. Prices range from $3.99-5.49 for many products in my area of central North Carolina.
Enjoy and share before these deals are done.