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Sprouts has new sales starting April 14 including oranges, mangos, broccoli crowns, zucchini, yellow squash, organic celery, strawberries, pork shoulder roast, organic beans and more!
The deals listed below are from the online ad on the Sprouts website for the Durham, NC location. Check the ad for your store to verify prices, which could be different. This list is not a guarantee of price.
Make sure you check their app for digital coupons, as well.
Sprouts Giving Away Five Home Garden Makeovers
According to the Sprouts press release:
“Throughout April in celebration of Earth Month, Sprouts customers can join in the healthy grocer’s commitment of adding goodness to the planet and local communities by partaking in the “Take Good Care” pledge.
Five entrants will win a Home Garden Makeover package, complete with essentials like raised garden beds, plants, seeds, organic soil, and compost bins, along with a solar oven and a $500 Sprouts gift card to help winners turn their garden bounty into healthy meals.
Shoppers can visit sprouts.com/take-good-care-pledge to sign the pledge and be entered to win one of five home garden makeovers between now and April 28, 2021.
As part of Earth Month, the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation has pledged to take good care of communities where Sprouts shoppers and Team Members reside by refreshing five nonprofit partner school gardens. “
See all the details on their website.
These deals are valid April 14-20, 2021.
Cara Cara or Navel Oranges, 5 lbs for $5
Large Red Mangos, 5 for $5
Red, yellow or orange bell peppers, 5 for $5
Broccoli Crowns, $1.28/lb
Zucchini or yellow squash, $1.28/lb
Green Beans or Brussels Sprouts, 2 lbs for $3
Organic Celery, 2 for $3
Organic large Red Mangos, 2 for $3
Organic Broccoli bunches, $1.98/lb
Organic Fuji, Gala Apples, 2 lb bag, 2 for $6
Organic Valencia Oranges or Grapefruit, 4 lb bag, $3.48
Cuties Organic California Mandarins, 2 lb bag, $3.98
Organic Russet Potatoes, 5 lb bag, $3.98
Strawberries, 2 lb, $3.98
Organic strawberries 1 lb, blueberries 6 oz or blackberries 5.6 oz, 2 for $6
Meat & Seafood
Butcher Shop All-Natural Pork Shoulder Roast, whole in the bag, bone-in, $2.49/lb
Butcher Shop Boneless Skinless Chicken Tenders or Thighs, $2.99/lb
All-Natural Choice 85% Lean Ground Beef, $3.99/lb
Marinated Pollo Asado, $3.99/lb
Butcher Shop All-Natural 93% Lean Ground Turkey, 16 oz, $4.99
All-Natural Boneless Beef Roast Chuck or Eye of Round, $5.99/lb
Fresh Atlantic Salmon Fillets, $6.99/lb
All-Natural 100% Grass-Fed Lamb Shoulder Chops, $7.99/lb
All-Natural Large Peruvian Scallops, $7.99/lb
Colossal EZ Peel Raw Shrimp, 13/15 count, $8.99/lb
Wild Tuna or Swordfish, $8.99/lb
Fish Market Frozen Fish Fillets, select, 32 oz, 20% off
Like Meat Plant Based Chick’n, 7 oz, 2 for $10
Dairy, Refrigerated & Frozen
Happy Egg Co. Organic Free Range Egg, large, dozen, $4.99
Alden’s Organic Frozen Desserts or Novelties, select, $3.99
Sprouts Organic Beans, 15.5 oz can, $0.99 each
Sprouts Organic Broth, 32 oz, 3 for $5
Endangered Species Chocolate Bars, 3 oz, 2 for $4
Food Should Taste Good Tortilla Chips, 5.5 oz, 2 for $4
Annie’s Homegrown Cookie Bits, Grahams, Crackers or soup, select, 2 for $5
Cascadian Farm Cereal or Granola, select, 2 for $5
Raw or chocolate covered almonds, $3.99/lb
Sprouts Bulk Coffee, select, $7.99/lb
Big Tree Farms products, select, 30% off
Epic products, 30% off
Navitas Organics products, 35% off
R.W. Knudsen Organic Juice, 25.4-96 oz, 30% off
Supplements & Non-Food
Acure Facial Care, select, 20% off
Amazing Grass Superfood, select, 20% off
Gaia Herbs Stress or Emotional Health Support, 30-120 cap, select, 20% off
Himalaya products, 20% off
MegaFood Multivitamins, 30-120 count, 20% off
Nature’s Way Herbs, 30-180 caps, 20% off
Solgar Joint and Bone Health Support, select, 20% off
Tom’s of Maine products, 20% off
Vital Proteins Supplements or Collagen Powder, 20% off
The sales listed are for the Durham, NC Sprouts location from their online ad. This is not a guarantee of price. Check the ad for your local store to verify prices.
Make sure you check their app for digital coupons, as well.
Sprouts offers fresh, natural and organic groceries in a “setting that feels like an old-fashioned farmers market” according to their website. The specialty grocery store has over 250 stores in 13 states. Stores include produce, meat, seafood, deli, dairy, frozen, bulk bins, baked products, ready-to-eat meals, gourmet cheeses, gluten-free products, vitamins, health and beauty and more.
Triangle Area Locations
Durham: 105 W. NC Highway 54, Durham, NC (at the intersection of Hwy. 54 and Fayetteville Road)
Raleigh: 9414 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh, NC, 27615 (in the Olive Park shopping center)
Fayetteville: 2810 Freedom Parkway Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28314
Ways to Save Money at Sprouts
There are a number of ways to save even more money at Sprouts including:
Mobile coupons on their mobile app: You login or create a Sprouts account, clip the mobile coupons you may want to use and then scan the barcode on your smartphone during checkout.
Deals of the Month flyer: Check out the Deals of the Month flyer in stores for even more discounts and sales.
Special Promotions: Sprouts regularly offers 72-Hour Sales, Vitamin Extravaganzas, Frozen Frenzies, Sprouts Brand Sales and more.
Vitamin Discount: Spend $100 on vitamins and supplements and get a 10% discount off of your total purchase.
See additional information on the ways you can save at Sprouts.com.
One of the fabulous things about Sprouts is that they have a commitment to “zero waste” and the new Durham store will donate unsold and edible groceries to Second Harvest Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina through the grocer’s Food Rescue program. In 2017, Sprouts stores and distribution centers donated 23 million pounds of product, equivalent to 19 million meals. Food that is not fit for donation is provided to local cattle farms and composting facilities.
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