If you’ve seen what they charge for arugula lately, you know why some shoppers refer to Whole Foods as Whole Paycheck. But the store does offer coupons, to save you a few cents off your organic goodies.

Whole Foods Market has released its latest store coupons, which you can print out here. And they’re not all for wholesome things you’ve never heard of – there’s a Ben & Jerry’s coupon in the mix, for one.


If you don’t shop there, check your own store’s coupon policy, because many accept Whole Foods coupons as competitor coupons. Handy to know if your preferred store carries “Quinoa with Asian Slaw” or “EnviroKidz Organic Bars” and you just can’t bring yourself to buy them at Whole Foods.

Can’t use Whole Foods coupons? Check out our coupon database or printable coupon page for savings you can get at your own store. Just not on arugula.

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