We ran out of syrup last week, which is a travesty since we have a freezer full of waffles just begging to be consumed. I've been waiting for a sale at Meijer so that I can use a Meijer Organics cat I received recently but decided to just go ahead and bite the bullet for a big ol' bottle at Whole Foods. It was just under a third of my total bill which is crazy talk. However, I averaged about $2 per item, which is really good at Whole Foods. Another way to look at it... I basically paid full price for the syrup, the cheese and the salad dressing, and got the rest for free. (1) baguette @ 1.39 16 oz. organic lentils @ 1.99 flour tortillas @ 2.59 organic chocolate milk @ 2.69, used 1.00/1 (2) Van's waffles @ 2.50, used 1.00/2 (4) Stonyfield Farm yogurt @ .67 each, used 1.00/4 (1) organic apricot fruit spread @ 2.00 .62 lb. dried cranberries @ 3.09 (1) Farmer's creamery organic milk @ 3.50 32 oz. organic maple syrup @ 19.99 (1) Earl's hummus @ 3.99 (6) Organic Valley cheese @ 3.50 each, used 2.00/2 (2) Lifeway Lassi drinkable yogurt @ 1.00 each, FREE after 1.00/1 (1) Blue Diamond Nut Thins crackers @ 2.00, used 1.00/1 (5) Annie's salad dressing @ 2.50 each, used 1.00/1 1.14 lb. local asparagus @ 2.27 .5 lb. organic raisins @ 1.50 (2) avocados @ 2.00 each (1) Back to Nature mac and cheese @ 1.50, used 1.00/1
Got a .30 bag refund and used a $10/$50 Plum Market coupon.
Total after sales/before coupons: 96.17 Total after coupons: 67.87