I recently went to Whole Foods to restock my pantry after I finally got around to cleaning it out. I had so many items that were out of date and clearly past their prime. Yikes!
At Whole Foods you can get so many great deals on pantry items especially the 365 Everyday Value® items. These items are not only priced well but they follow the company’s strict standards – no artificial colorings, flavors or preservatives.
Here are some great ideas from Whole Foods for healthy eating on a budget:
- 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.
- Keep basic staples on hand like coconut and olive oil, whole grains, dried beans and low sodium vegetable broth. Here’s a Whole Foods of items to fill the pantry with.
- 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.
Be sure to check the Whole Foods website for recipe ideas and coupons! Yes, they accept coupons.