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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Whole Foods 365 Sale Ends Today 1/17/16

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One of the easiest ways to make healthier choices is to stock the pantry with key ingredients for making healthy meals. 

From Jan. 15 – 17, 365 Everyday Value® products are 10 percent off.  

Shop hundreds of value priced items from frozen meals, fresh produce to spices, baking essentials and even body care.

What’s on sale: ALL 365 Everyday Value® items 10 percent off
Why shop Whole Foods Market’s 365 Everyday Value® items? These items meet the company’s strict quality standards – which means no artificial colorings, flavors or preservatives – and are available at a value price point.

Tips and ideas for healthy eating on a budget:  
  • Keep basic staples on hand like coconut and olive oil, whole grains, dried beans and low sodium vegetable broth. Here’s a list of items to fill the pantry with. 
  • Swap conventional family-favorites like sandwich cookies, mac & cheese, cereals, yogurt and peanut butter with healthier versions. 365 Everyday Value® versions of family-favorites are free of artificial colors, flavors and preservatives and dairy products come from rBST free cows.
  • Once or twice a week, shop for more perishable items like lean protein and seasonal produce for a complete meal. A tip: Whole Foods Market offers promotional pricing on family packs and value packs in meat, seafood and produce.
  • Look at labels. Whole Foods Market offers 365 Everyday Value® organic offerings to provide shoppers with high quality organic products at everyday value prices. Look for the USDA certified seal and save. 
  • Look to the freezer for savings when produce is out of season— frozen fruits and veggies found at Whole Foods Market are picked at the peak of freshness and frozen. 
  • Shopping seasonally in the produce department is a great saving strategy. When many fruits and vegetables reach their peak harvest time, the costs often drop due to increased availability. 
  • This week, from Jan. 13–19, Organic Lady Alice apples are on sale for $1.99 per pound.A new variety from Washington State, the Lady Alice Apple has a distinctly round and slightly squatty shape. The fruit's coloring is beautiful -- pink to red striping over an orange-yellow background. Their flavor starts sweet, with a pleasant tart after taste.

Healthy Pantry Staples to Always Have On Hand

  • dried beans and lentils
  • canned no-salt-added beans
  • whole grains
  • whole grain pasta
  • rolled and/or steel-cut oats
  • canned no-salt-added diced tomatoes
  • low-sodium vegetable broth
  • unsweetened plain soymilk
  • unsweetened plain almondmilk
  • mellow white miso
  • tahini
  • no-salt-added peanut or almond butter
  • raw almonds, cashews, walnuts, pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds
  • dried apricots, dates and raisins
  • Dijon mustard
  • cider vinegar
  • nutritional yeast
I am excited to re-stock some of my pantry items to 365 items and I also want to try the Organic Lady Alice apples that are on sale for $1.99 per pound now through 1/19/16! Watch for my grocery haul post from Whole Foods here in Tucson, AZ.

All photos from whole foodsmarket.com

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