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One Cheap Chick: Grocers scramble as shoppers fixate on price

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Even natural and organic foods grocers are adapting. Each month, Whole Foods offers money-saving printable coupons on its website, Wholefoodsmarket.com, and has placed greater emphasis on its value brand, 365 Everyday Value.

With Sunflower Farmers Market and Trader Joe’s touting bargains of their own, even Whole Foods can’t forget that consumers are more fixated on prices than ever.

At a glance

Ways to save

Fresh Market » Each week, the grocer emails money-saving offers to those who have signed up for its e-Savings Club. Go to Freshmarketstores.com to sign up; click on “Join the Club” on the bottom right-hand side of the page.

Whole Foods » Printable coupons can be found at Wholefoodsmarket.com/coupons.

WinCo » Check Wincofoods.com/extra-savings/coupons before you shop for printable coupons and other offers.

Smith’s » If you shop at this Kroger affiliate, you can save money by registering your Fresh Values shopper card online. Once you do, you can load electronic coupons on a variety of items. These coupons are deducted from your total at checkout if you buy the required item(s).

Anywhere » Go to Coupons.com, SmartSource.com and Redplum.com to print out money-saving coupons. Each month, Utahns can print a coupon worth 75 cents off a gallon of any brand of milk at Coupons.com.

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