Real Deals: Sales and Discounts on Natural Products You Really Use

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 Did you miss last week’s announcement? Find out what these “real deals” are all about!

This week’s top deals:

Burt’s Bees Fabulously Fresh Peppermint & Rosemary Body Wash for $6.99 ($0.58/oz).  Save 5-15% with Subscribe & Save.

Nutiva Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, 54-Ounce Containers (Pack of 2) for just 40.15 ($0.37/oz).  Save 5-15% with Subscribe & Save (get it as low as $38.75).


Equal Exchange Bright Day Brew, Ground Coffee, Medium Roast, 12-Ounce Bags (Pack of 3) for $24.00 (or $22.80 with Subscribe & Save). At $8.00 per bag, that’s cheaper than I ever find fair trade coffee at the store. This brand is fairly traded.

If you prefer something darker, their organic French Roast is just $0.70 more (though overall you’re getting 6 less oz. – the higher price due to the organic certification, I’m sure). 

Check out Berkey Water Filter Systems.  They have some great deals in their Scratch & Dent Sale right now!


Gold Label Certified Organic Virgin Coconut Oil – 2 gallons for $99 (reg. $220) at Tropical Traditions.  Now through Sunday, July 27th only.  

Grocery geek that I am, I actually broke it all down and compared both coconut oil offers in this post.

The Tropical Traditions deal is just a few dollars more than what would equals the same amount of Nutiva coconut oil. The Tropical Traditions deal works out to $0.39 per oz. The Nutiva works out to $0.37 per oz. if you bought it packaged as 2 – 54 oz. tubs (and slightly cheaper if you use Subscribe & Save). The Nutiva has free shipping, the Tropical Traditions doesn’t (however, T.T. does carry a lot of other great items, so if you’d already been thinking of placing an order with them, it’s probably worthwhile for you). For what it’s worth, I like the flavor of the T.T. coconut oil a bit better. I feel like it’s a more pure coconut taste. That said, the Nutiva is still great. 

Discounted Kindle book:  The Quinoa Cookbook: Nutrition Facts, Cooking Tips, and 116 Superfood Recipes for a Healthy Diet for just $2.34.  (note: prices can change without notice, so please double check the price before purchasing) 

Discounted Kindle book:  Done & Dusted – The Organic Home On A Budget for just $2.79.  (note: prices can change without notice, so please double check the price before purchasing) 

Sorry, no worthwhile free books this week, but we’ll keep looking! 

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