Spotting Bargains with The Whole Deal


Thirty years ago Whole Foods Market opened to make people happy—with better, healthier food choices. We're still listening to our customers' needs and desires and with your help every year these choices are better and more affordable. To prove our point, all of the manufacturer coupons in The Whole Deal value guide are now available online opens in a new tab. That’s over $45 in savings!The The Whole Deal value guide is designed to make bargains easy to spot:

  • Coupons - print the coupons you want, when you want

  • Sure Deals! - high-quality products where you get more of the good stuff for less than you think

  • Three Under $3 - at $2.99 or less, you won't find a better value than our selection of Three Under $3 items

  • Money-Saving Meal Plans - these meal plans offer a week's worth of menu ideas and recipes for one, two or four

  • Budget-Friendly Recipes - recipes that satisfy your hunger and your budget

Plus, the August/September issue of The Whole Deal in-store value guide is packed with tips and ideas to help you succeed in the budget business.  Just take these money-saving, better-eating back-to-school tips, for example:

  1. Prep raw veggies ahead and portion out into sandwich bags (our 365 Everyday Value® reclosable bags are under $3! opens in a new tab) or reusable containers for a week’s worth of snacks and lunches.

  2. Go with graham crackers instead of cookies; top as in the Apricot Graham Snackers recipe opens in a new tab or with nut butter and raisins or fresh fruit. The 365 Everyday Value® Organic Honey Graham Crackers are a Sure Deal! opens in a new tab

  3. Save stale bread to make toast, croutons, stuffing, bread crumbs, bread pudding opens in a new tab or bread salad opens in a new tab.

  4. Use the freezer for leftover portions, bread crusts, stock makings…and frozen peeled bananas to make Banana Nice Cream opens in a new tab.

  5. Stretch the animal protein by filling your plate mostly with healthy whole grains and vegetables, and about 3 ounces of meat, poultry or seafood per person.

Got any more back-to-school budget tips? We’d love to hear them.

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