Save Money Online! Healthy Deals

Because I live in a small town with very few natural and organic food, soap and cleaner purchasing options, I do most of my grocery shopping online.  (You can see an extensive list of our Whole Foods Pantry, Freezer and Refrigerator resources here, plus a list of our favorite non-toxic household products here.)  As often as I can, I’ll share healthy deals I find with you.  Whenever you see my cute, new “Healthy Deal$” button (thanks to my friend Char!), take a good look through the list to see if you find anything you might need at a great price!

My Favorite Deal of the Week…

~ FREE SHIPPING at Tropical Traditions through Monday, October 24.  This is a great time to take advantage of Tropical Tradition’s sales!  You can see a list of my favorite Tropical Traditions items here.  Use the code 241011 while checking out to receive free shipping.  New customers also receive a free copy of Virgin Coconut Oil Book, which is a wonderful resource!  I LOVE it when Tropical Traditions offers free shipping!!

Great Deals at Amazon…

~ Highland Sugarworks 100% Grade B Maple Syrup – One quart for $15.62 with Subscribe and Save.  A great deal!

~ Annie’s Naturals Ketchup is $22.20 for a box of 6 bottles.  I like to have purchased ketchup on hand for times I haven’t made homemade ketchup.

~ You can get a 16 ounce jar of Nature’s Way Coconut Oil for $6.79 with Subscribe and Save.  This is a low cost way to give coconut oil a try!  You can read more here about why I love coconut oil.  (Thanks to Angel for emailing me about this deal!)

Exclusive Deals for Heavenly Homemakers Readers…

~ CanOrganizer will give you 10% off any purchase through the end of October if you use the code:  HOME at checkout.  Read my review and enter to win some of these great organizers here.

~ MadeOn Hard Lotion offers $2.00 off their great DIY Kit when you enter the code HHKIT.  These DIY Kits make several wonderful gifts, not to mention offer great help for dry skin this winter.

~ This is an ongoing deal on our site, but just in case you weren’t aware, you can receive 10% off at OliveNation when you use the code HHM2011OliveNation is my go-to source for wonderful quality vanilla beans, great for making homemade vanilla extract!  They also offer free shipping on all vanilla bean orders!!

If you find any great and healthy online deals throughout the week, send them my way so that I can share them here – thanks!

(Disclosure:  If available, I used an affiliate link when displaying these items.  If you choose to make a purchase with these links, you get a great deal, plus help support the work here at Heavenly Homemakers.  Thanks!)

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  1. Kristin says

    The maple syrup doesn’t say it’s organic, do you know if they use formaldehyde in the processing?

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    Laura Reply:

    After doing a little research about formaldehyde, I found this:

    “Formaldehyde was used many years ago to help increase the output of sap in the maple trees during the spring harvest. After drilling tap holes in the trees some farmers would place formaldehyde tablets in these holes. The tablets would prevent the tree from naturally closing up the hole causing the tree to produce more sap. At the end of the harvest the farmers would remove the tablets and the tap holes would close up naturally.

    Our company does not use formaldehyde, the use of formaldehyde is illegal and if anyone is caught using it the fines are very stiff. Maple farms are government inspected (without notice) on a regular basis and as far as we know no one uses formaldehyde any more.” (http://www.lbmapletreat.com/faq/m_faq.htm)

    It seems that the previous information I had received about formaldehyde use in maple syrup is outdated, thankfully! So, I felt pretty good about this syrup from Highland Sugarworks. :)

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    aprilApril Reply:

    I ordered this and then started to have a change of heart when I remembered to check if it was organic. Do you know if the company sprays their trees for any reason? I thought I saw where they had an organic label as well. What would be the difference?

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    Laura Reply:

    I don’t know for sure, but I do feel pretty good about this company. The maple syrup I buy from our farmer’s market is also not certified organic, but they technically do everything organically, just haven’t paid for certification. You may want to contact this company to see what the difference is with their two varieties.

    aprilApril Reply:

    i have email the company — but it’s the weekend so we’ll see :)

    kristin Reply:

    April,
    Let me know what they say. I’m buying this, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00271OPVU/ref=rcxsubs_mys2_product_title, which is normally $17.85 with ship
    and save, I don’t know why it’s price so high right now….
    But I wouldn’t mind saving a couple extra dollars if the brand Laura
    mentions in the post is good.

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  2. Stacy says

    Do you know if you need a code to get the free coconut oil book from Tropical Traditions? I ordered some coconut flour from them the last time you mentioned free shipping and never got the book (yes, I was a new customer). I thought that I would try again, with a code if one is available. Thanks!

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    Laura Reply:

    No you shouldn’t need a code, although I think you have to go through my specific link that I put into the post. If you went through my links and still didn’t receive the book, you may want to contact them – they’re good about honoring this deal.

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  3. Season says

    When tropical traditions offers free shipping is that on their grassfed meats too?

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    Laura Reply:

    I just clicked over to look through the details again, and it looks like no, this does not apply to anything cold or frozen. :(

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  4. says

    I guess I forget that others don’t have access to groceries like this as easily as me – we have three natural grocery stores within three miles of our house – or less. So, we have quick access anytime to grabbing good food! This is so neat that you are doing this!

    Becky B.
    http://www.organizingmadefun.com
    Organizing Made Fun

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    Laura Reply:

    Wow, three natural grocery stores within three miles – how FUN! (I’m not jealous…I’m not jealous…)

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    Leigh-Ann Reply:

    I’m not either!!! :)(Jealous that is…) Lucky you Becky!!

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  5. Chel says

    I just ordered the Maple syrup. I tried to click on the automatic delivery option, but it wouldn’t let me. Still 18 dollars with free shipping(I bought 2 bottles) is a great deal. I have been paying 25 dollars a bottle. Thanks for the great info!

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  6. Rebecca Haughn says

    Thanks for sharing, I am wondering how you shop online. We have gotten out of the slavery for the credit card we had. So without a charge card how do we shop online? Thanks again.

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    Laura Reply:

    We use paypal or a credit card, which we pay off immediately after a purchase. However, if you don’t wish to use a credit card, a debit card works too. We have a Visa Check Card from our bank that would work for online purchases. Or you can put money into a paypal account directly from your bank account, which could then be used for online purchasing. Or you could purchase pre-paid cards for online purchases. :)

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  7. Mrs W says

    regarding the vanilla beans, I’ve been thinking about purchasing some and want to purchase a lot because it is cheaper (per bean/etc.) We are a family of 8 and am looking forward to making our own homemade vanilla (once I get pass going in a store to purchase the other main ingredient besides the beans :) so, I’m unsure how big a bottle I’ll make of vanilla. I don’t know that I plan to give it away. Will a large bottle keep okay? or is it better to make it in smaller batches?

    I have never used vanilla beans before. I am hoping I’ll love it so much that I’ll use up what I purchased quickly.

    How would I store the extra vanilla beans? or is it better to only purchase what I need, as I need ‘em?

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    LindseyforLaura@HHM Reply:

    A large bottle should do just fine. You don’t have to separate it if you
    don’t want to. The beans are best stored in a sealed container in a cool, dark place.
    I have heard to keep them out of the fridge and freezer because it can dry them out.

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