Wednesday, October 13, 2010

New Seasons 10/13 - 10/19


This is a great week at New Seasons!  The new Healthy Clippings coupon booklets are out.  Find them at check out or ask for them at Customer Servie.


New Seasons Market Butter  $2.50

Muir Glen Organic Tomatoes  $.99
Use $1 mfq in Healthy Clippings booklet
Final Price:  FREE

R.W. Knudsen Organic Juice   $2.50
Use  $.75 mfq in Healthy Clippings booklet
Final Price:  $1.75

Simply Organic Organic Seasoning Packets  $.79
Use  $.50/2 HERE
Final Price:  $.54 each WYB 2

Woodstock Farms Organic Peanut Butter  $2.99

Frontier Organic, Fair-Trade Spices  35% off
Use $1 mfq in Healthy Clippings booklet
Final Price:  varies

Pacific Natural Foods Natural Broth  $1.50
Use $1/2 HERE
Final Price:  $1 each WYB 2

Newman's Own Organics Organic Newman O's Cookies  $2.50

Tillamook Sour Cream  $1.50
(look for the 'natural' variety for the least amount of ingredients)

Tillamook Ice Cream  $2.99

Cascadian Farm Organic French Fries  $1.99
Use $1 mfq in Healthy Clippings booklet
Final Price:  $.99

Cascadian Farm Organic Frozen Fruit  $2.50
Use $1 mfq in Healthy Clippings booklet
Final Price:  $1.50


Meat
Pacific Village Air-Chilled Whole Fryer  $.99/lb

Country Natural Beef 10% or Less Fat Ground Beef  $2.99/lb

Cooked Oregon Shrimp Meat  $2.99/lb

Country Natural Beef Boneless Chuck Roast  $2.99/lb
 
 
Produce
Local Organic Fuji Apples  $.79/lb
*awesome price!
 
Organic Red, Green or Black Grapes  $1.49/lb
 
Organic Carrots  $.79/lb
 
Local Organic Red Peppers  $1.99/lb
*awesome price for organic
 
Organic Valencia Oranges  $.59/lb


Erika

5 comments:

Kris-tay said...

What's your take on Zaycon foods?

Saving 4 My Family said...

I actually just ordered a case for myself! I have a good friend that has been buying organic/natural for much longer than I have been (they actually have their own chickens, cow for milk & to make dairy products from, buy their pork & beef from local farmers, etc). She emailed to let me know about Zaycon foods yesterday. When I asked her what her opionion about how they would compare to New Seasons chicken breasts, here's what she said:

"They do buy from Sanderson Farms, and there is unfavorable info out there about them -- but there is also unfavorable info about Pacific Village (where New Seasons gets theirs). Sanderson's growers all keep their chickens uncaged except for when they go to be processed. They are more crowded than a family farm, but the pictures I have seen are reasonable for a bulk producer."

She bought 3 cases.

While I haven't seen the chicken breasts yet, from the pictures, they look like the ones I get from New Seasons (much different than conventional frozen chx breasts in the bag).

Hope that helps!

Erika

Anonymous said...

Hi. I noticed the pacific chicken breast is on sale 2.99 down from 4.99. Is this a stock-up price?

Kris-tay said...

Thank you so much! : )

Saving 4 My Family said...

Yes, definitely a stock up price if it is boneless, skinless chicken breasts. I didn't notice that in the ad. I'm going to have to check that out in store!

Erika