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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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If you live near an Earth Fare, there is a HUGE Free deal they are running.  Take any “unhealthy” product below and trade it for a healthy version.  It doesn’t matter if the product is full or has 2 tablespoons left in it!  Go here to register and get your printable coupon.

Take in Any:

Peanut Butter with hydrogenated oil
Any Soda
Cereals with High Fructose corn syrup (HFCS)
Salad Dressing with HFCS
Jelly with HCFS

Get a FREE Earth Fare Brand Healthy Replacement!!

Limit one pantry makeover per person.  To find a store near you, go here.  They are in GA, NC, SC & TN.

(thanks Sara!!)

    • Hayli

      Seriously thought this said panty makeover. Had to do a double take.

      • Jenny

        Seeing your comment scared me that I had typed it wrong :)

      • Allie

        HA HA HA! That was SO funny!
        This has got to be the coolest thing I’ve done in awhile. I’m always missing the booklets at Publix, so I’m happy I get to turn in my almost empty junk food for some new healthy stuff.
        And wouldn’t it be cool to get a panty makeover one day?!

    • Super excited about this!

    • Cat

      What a great deal! I’ve got one of each of these, already opened and half used. I’d love to try their fancier versions minus the HFCS for free! Thanks for posting.

    • JessC

      So is it ONE item or one of each items listed?

      When I printed it off, you can barely read it…..any ideas why?

      • Jenny

        From reading my coupon it is one of each item!

        • Kim

          I went to Earth Fare in Athens this past Saturday 10/31 and had 3 boxes of cereal- I was able to exchange for 3 boxes of cereal or granola. So, I got 1 box of cereal and 2 boxes of granola. Also got the peanut butter and it’s really good!

    • Sarah

      Great deal!

    • Angel in Charleston

      How cool. Thanks, Jenny!

    • Patty

      They are setting up a display at our store in Greenville today with all the products offered. There is a “Print” option at the top of the page which should increase the size of the print for you. The total of product “replacement” is about $17-$18 so definitely worth the trip! Also, there are some Holiday Savings coupon books at the front of the store at the entrance that had many manufacturer coupons for some Organic/Natural products including some Earth Fare store coupons as well.

      • Allison

        Sweet! That’s my store, I’m going tonight!

    • Giny

      I do not have any of these items, any idea where I can buy them at a cheap price (using coupons or other deals) so that I can exchange them at earthfare?

      • I suggest if you do have some of these already opened and fairly new, put them in a different container so you can continue to use them and still get the other product. I never waste even if it does have hfcs!

    • Mia

      Sounds like a sweet deal! :) How long will this be going on for?

    • Sheryl

      great deal! Any idea when this coupon expires?

      • gjn

        I cannot read the expiration date on the coupon either! Anyone with good eyes, please help! :) Thanks!

    • Ferris

      Earth Fare’s Twitter page has a coupon to get a free 4-stick pkg of Organic Valley butter with any $20 purchase! Don’t know if the total of these free items counts toward the $20, but it’s worth a try. . .The coupon on Twitter is only good for Friday 10/22, by the way. :)

    • Jane

      Call me stupid, but is all corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup? I have a couple of items that just list corn syrup & don’t say high fructose.

      • Jason

        Regular “corn syrup” is 100% glucose. Earth Fare allows this ingredient in their products.

    • Elise

      Went to the Earthfare in Columbia today and had an awesome experience. I traded in some grape jelly, peanut butter (partially used), seven cans of Mountain Dew and a box of Frosted Flakes. The manager was very excited to see what I had brought to trade in, and I got to pick any Earthfare cereal, jelly and peanut butter that I wanted. For the soda, at first she said she could only give me one bottle of vitamin water for the cans, but after I’d gotten my other goods she said I could pick out three – which I felt was totally fair, considering a bottle is 2.5 servings. The employees weren’t sure how to do the exchange process yet, but I got the feeling that they hadn’t seen too many come in, so I’m sure they’ll be familiar with it soon. Also picked up the Holiday Savings coupon book, which was on a stand right at the front of the store. I’m super excited to give their food a try, especially because I can’t usually afford it!

    • Jenn

      I’m heading over to the Greenville, SC store in a little bit!! I live 5 minutes from there, but have never been in, so I’m excited!!!

    • Chantelle M

      Can I exchange all of my salad dressing/peanut butter/soft drinks….Or just one bottle?

      • Jason

        The fine print is nearly impossible to read, but it’s one per category. So you could get up to 5 items total, but not more than one from the same category.

    • Jenni

      I went to my store in Raleigh Nc and the worker told me that I was only able to exchange one item total! How can it be called a pantry make over if you can only exchange one item! Very Bummed!

    • Hi, Jenni,

      You can exchange one item per category for a total of five items. Please feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions or problems. But, you will be able to exchange five items.


      Misty Faucheux
      Social Media Manager
      Earth Fare – the healthy supermarket