Healthy Eating and Healthy Spending

Wondering how to save money and eat healthy? You can do both! Here are some smart grocery shopping tips for health and wealth.

The Whole Deal Value Guide Jan/Feb 2014

You don’t need to choose between cents and sensibility on the road to healthy eating. Make a smart start in 2014 with these money-saving tips.

  1. Go organic with ease. Shop for our 365 Everyday Value® organic products, seek out sales, use coupons opens in a new tab and scoop up savings from bulk bins.

  2. Subscribe to savings. Sign up for The Whole Deal email newsletter opens in a new tab to receive notice of new online coupons and bonus coupons!

  3. Bang for your buck. Foods like whole grains, beans, lentils, fruits and veggies give you more nutrients for less cash. Hungry for inspiration? Check out our recent post on super foods opens in a new tab.

  4. Save in season. Citrus fruits and dark leafy greens are in season now. Make the most of it by trying new varieties as they go on sale and find tasty recipes here opens in a new tab.

  5. Bulk up. From nuts and grains to dried fruit and beans, buy only the amount you need at great prices from our bulk bins.

  6. Cut waste. Use only what you need, when you need it with bags of frozen fruits, veggies, grilled chicken, shrimp and scallops.

  7. It pays to plan. Creating a meal plan opens in a new tab before you shop is a key ingredient for healthy, hearty and wallet-friendly meals. (Tip: Read our Meal Planning Tips for Healthy Families opens in a new tab.)

  8. Batch cooking. Cook beans and grains — quinoa, spelt, barley, rice ­— when you have the time, for fast and healthy meals later.

Looking for more sound solutions to healthy eating? The Whole Deal opens in a new tab value guide opens in a new tab and its 13 Sure Deals, $59+ in coupons, 12 new budget recipes and money-saving tips is here to help.

What’s your best money-saving tip for healthy eating? Share in the comments below.

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