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Top 7 Ways To Save On Produce

7:20 pm

by Jennifer Freeman


Top Ways To Save On Produce

Video Link – Save On Produce

Over the last few weeks I realized there are many things I do to save on produce purchased in our house. We like to eat a lot of fresh fruits and vegi’s and any kind we are open to! My kids (thankfully) eat and enjoy the bright colorful vegi’s I serve during meals and snacks. Alexanders most loved vegetable is pickled beets, Grandma’s homemade is his favorite.

Top 7 Ways To Save On Produce

#1 Way to save on produce — Bountiful Baskets. This isn’t new to many of you because I certainly have shared this before, but have you tried the “extras” that are offered each week?  It is a fantastic way to increase the amount of produce you get each week for only a few extra dollars. The first “basket” runs $15 (or $25 for organic) then you can add the extra options. Each week they vary slightly, but to ensure you can select one get on right way when your ordering time opens on Mondays because these packs can be limited.

The one I show in the video was called a Smoothie pack and it was only $8! Also, they offer cases of produce that vary during each season/week. Last week I was able to pick up 25 pounds of Roma tomatoes.

Reader Sallie was kind enough share this with me: I just want to thank you again for mentioning Bountiful Baskets in your posts. I started participating in February because of a post you made. It has changed my life and the lives of my family! Not only do I save money, I eat healthier and I’m a much more adventurous eater! I’d been telling myself for years that I needed to eat more produce and now I do. It’s a happy surprise every Saturday finding out what I’ll be eating for the week!

See more details about Bountiful Baskets.

Do you have any tips and trick you do to save on produce?
Certainly leave your thoughts and comments in the post! 

#1 Top 7 Ways To Save On Produce

#2 Stop the Waste! But How?

#3 This simple step will save you everytime!

#4 Freeze those vegetables

#5 Buy with strategy! Seasonally & a complete list

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Bountiful Baskets: Ordering Reminder

2:47 pm

by Jennifer Freeman

Bountiful Baskets

If you have any interest in saving money on produce, order from Bountiful Baskets.  It is a great way to save on produce.

Click to learn more or order from Bountiful Baskets, a non-profit.

Available in the following states: AZ, CO, GA, ID, KS, KY, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, SC, SD, TX, UT, WA, WY.  Always check the list for new states.

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Bountiful Baskets Produce — New states added

12:42 pm

by Jennifer Freeman

Bountiful Baskets

If you have any interest in ordering produce from Bountiful Baskets now is the time to head over and check it out.

Bountiful Baskets video gives an overview about ordering produce from Bountiful Baskets, a non-profit co-op.  It is available in the following states: AZ, CO, GA, ID, KS, KY, MT,ND, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, SC, SD, TX, UT, WA, WY.

Do you order from Bountiful Baskets?  Do share your experiences and comments with us!

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How To Save On Produce. Join A Co-op

12:24 am

by Jennifer Freeman

If you are fortunate enough to live in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Washington or Wyoming I have an amazing deal on produce for you from Bountiful Baskets Co-op.

Get 2 baskets full of fresh fruits and vegetables each week for only $15 or organic produce for $25!  Order on Monday and pick up a mountain of fresh produce on Saturday morning. Here’s How:

Each Monday at noon local time the site will launch with offerings. Select your state and the site location where you want to pick up your produce up from. Add a basket (up to 3) and any extra packs they are offering that week to your shopping cart and check out. Saturday morning pick up your basket at designated time & location.

GO HERE TO GET A LOG IN. I suggest getting your log in and mosey around the site a bit. Then on Monday~~~Get on the site quickly and place your order. It’s live inventory, and some sites sell out fast.  I have been singing the praises of Bountiful Baskets.org for a year now.

Reader Comments Via Email: When I was at Walmart this afternoon I priced all the different fruits and Veggies that were in the baskets today. If I had purchased all this product at Walmart it would have been $43.27 Because I volunteered I was able to select a few extra’s (lettuces and 2 artichokes) which would have been $6.68 more. Total of $49.98. Really amazing! I love it! Thanks for introducing it to me.

If you have experienced Bountiful Baskets, please share with our other readers your thoughts.

No Bountiful Baskets in your area?

Go to this Co-op Directery and search your state.

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It’s Tuesday and if you have any interest in ordering produce from Bountiful Baskets now is the time to head over and check it out.

Go HERE to learn about ordering produce from Bountiful Baskets, a  non-profit co-op. It is available in the following states:  AZ, CO, GA, ID, KS, MT, NM, NV, OK, OR, SC, SD, TX, UT, WA, WY.

or go directly to Bountiful Baskets and order.

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It’s Tuesday and a reminder for Bountiful Baskets Co-op ordering.  I have given all the details in a previous post.   Bountiful Baskets offers Organic and Conventionally grown produce.  Also, I found 2 websites that list many other co-ops HERE and HERE.   It may be of assistance to you in finding a local produce co-op. 

If you belong to a co-op and have any further information, please Share in comments below.

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