Seasonal Money-Saving Tips

A Bunch of Tempting Tips for Kale, Chard and Collards

  1. Green eggs. Add cooked greens to frittatas, breakfast tacos and poached eggs.
  2. Soup’s on! Stir into soups (download coupon) and stews during the last few minutes of cooking.
  3. Great grains. Add greens to grain dishes, or serve grains over a bed of steamed chard like in Greens with Carrots, Feta Cheese and Brown Rice.
  4. Kid-friendly. Hot Dog Sea Monsters are a playful way to get in daily greens.
  5. Perfect pasta. Add sautéed greens to cooked whole wheat pasta or stir into pasta sauces.
  6. Make them last. Wash dark leafy greens in a sink full of water to remove dirt and sand. Dry well, then store in a bag along with a paper towel in the crisping drawer of your refrigerator.

5 Money-Saving Tips When Shopping for Organics

  1. Shop 365 Everyday Value®. From peanut butter and juice boxes to frozen veggies and cotton balls, it’s easy to find hundreds of affordable organics with our 365 Everyday Value® line. Check out the Sure Deals!
  2. Clip coupons. Discover coupons for organics.
  3. Save in season. Organic apples, pears and dark leafy greens are in season now. Make the most of them by trying new varieties as they go on sale.
  4. Scoop up savings. From organic dried fruit to grains to beans, buy only the amount you need at great prices from our bulk bins.
  5. Cut waste. Use only what you need, when you need it with bags of frozen organic fruits and veggies.

Simple Seafood Suppers

Whole Catch® Wild Caught Frozen Fish Fillets and Steaks (download coupon) offer a boatload of affordable options.

Type of Fish

Flavor and Taste

Simple Meal Idea

What Else

Mahi Mahi Fillets Mildly sweet and distinctively firm Roasted Mahi Mahi, Collards and Pears Fish tacos are an easy weeknight dinner
Monkfish Fillets Mild, slightly sweet with a dense, toothsome texture Monkfish Chowder and crusty bread Roast, grill, pan-sear, make soup or gently cook in butter for a lobster-like experience
Sockeye Salmon Fillets Full-flavored with silky texture and vibrant color Poached salmon over quinoa with steamed broccoli, grape tomatoes and lemon zest So versatile! Find more than 100 salmon recipes online
Turbot Fillets Whitefish with delicate flavor and flaky texture Baked turbot with garlicky sautéed spinach and roasted butternut squash A lesser-known, likeable and affordable fish…give it a try!
Tuna Steaks Mild, rich and medium-firm Seared Tuna Steaks with Coconut, Corn and Cilantro over rice noodles Like all our Whole Catch® fish, it’s individually quick frozen; cook only what you need to avoid waste
Swordfish Steaks Rich, meaty and firm Swordfish steak sandwiches with arugula and lemon mayonnaise Worth it! These are sourced from Marine Stewardship Council certified-sustainable fisheries


With 365 Everyday Value® Organic Whole Wheat Pasta, there's a noodle for everyone and every occasion.





Date night Linguine with pesto and pan-seared salmon Substitute kale, collard greens or mustard greens for basil in pesto like in Winter Greens Pesto Whole Catch® Sockeye Salmon Fillets (download coupon)
Family dinner Fusilli with mascarpone, lemon zest and toasted pine nuts Shaped pastas like fusilli pair especially well with chunky or creamy sauces Whole Foods Market™ Mascarpone Cheese is a Sure Deal
Weeknight winner Spaghetti Add protein with canned 365 Everyday Value® no-salt-added garbanzo or cannellini beans Engine 2® Plant-Strong® Pasta Sauce is a Sure Deal
Mealtime magic Whole wheat elbow macaroni + broth + shredded cooked chicken + carrot + onion = chicken noodle soup Boost nutrition with kale (stems removed, and leaves thinly sliced) Freeze extra in individual servings for future lunches
Kids’ lunch Macaroni and Three Cheese Lunch Muffins with whole wheat shells Use what you already have for add-ins — like cooked ground turkey or shredded chicken, baby spinach or a frozen veggie like peas or corn Whole Foods Market™ Goat Cheese is a Sure Deal
Game day Learn to Cook:
Baked Pasta
Ridged pastas like penne provide even more texture for sauces to cling to Trinity Oaks Pinot Noir is a Sure Deal and a delicious pairing


10 Things to do with Pasta Sauce (Beyond Pasta)

Tip: Pasta sauce is a Sure Deal!
  1. Eggs in purgatory. Simmer 1 cup pasta sauce in a small skillet. Poach 2 eggs and top with pepper and grated parmesan cheese.
  2. Chili. Take a pasta sauce shortcut to chili. Just add beans and chili powder.
  3. Spanish rice. Cook 1 cup rice according to the package directions, substituting 1 cup pasta sauce for 1 cup of the water; stir in capers, green olives and chopped green onions.
  4. Ratatouille. Chop bell peppers, zucchini, onion and eggplant. Toss with olive oil and garlic. Arrange in a baking dish. Add 2 parts pasta sauce to 1 part water to just cover. Bake at 350°F until vegetables are tender (about 40 minutes). Top with fresh basil.
  5. Minestrone soup. Heat 1 jar pasta sauce and 5 cups water. Stir in cooked small pasta, chopped carrots, celery, chopped green beans and cooked kidney beans. Cook until vegetables are tender.
  6. Italian meatloaf. Pour a jar of pasta sauce over your favorite meatloaf before baking.
  7. Panini. Spread a layer of pasta sauce and layer your favorite melty cheese on a slice of crusty bread. Top with another slice of bread. Toast in a skillet or panini press.
  8. Poached cod. Pour a jar of tomato sauce into a skillet. Bring to a boil. Season cod with salt and pepper, and add to the skillet. Cover, reduce heat and simmer until cod is just cooked through, about 10 minutes.
  9. Eggplant parmesan. Try our Easy Baked Eggplant Parmesan recipe for a meal with rich real Italian flavor.
  10. Pizza. Mini Mummy Pizzas are a family-pleasing use for a jar of leftover pasta sauce.

Shopping List for Meals on the Fly

Stock up on these shortcuts and make meals in a flash

  • Bagged fresh greens
  • Precut produce

Resourceful Winners: Breakfast for Dinner

Use what you might already have to create a dinner you really want.
  • Eggs + veggies + goat cheese + pie crust (download coupon) = quiche
  • Bread + eggs + mascarpone + frozen berries = stuffed French toast
  • Frozen waffles + sliced cheddar cheese + tomato soup = waffle grilled cheese and soup
  • Eggs + chopped veggies + goat cheese = frittata
  • Silken tofu + chopped veggies + whole grain tortillas = veggie and tofu-scramble tacos
  • Eggs + sausage + tomatoes + brown rice + tortilla = burrito
  • Hash browns + smoked salmon + Greek yogurt + chives = potato pancake
  • Ham + cheddar + eggs + bread + kale, chard or collards = savory bread pudding
  • Pasta sauce + mozzarella + fried egg + bacon (dowload coupon) + green onions + premade pizza dough = pizza