Friday, November 7, 2008

Frugal Friday Find- Azure Farms

I thought it might be fun to write about some of the deals that I have found.

Today's find is Azure Farms. They are an Oregon based company that sells all sorts of grocery items (fresh, frozen, non-perishable) grown on their own farm and items from natural food companies. They carry Pacific Foods, Garden of Eatin', Amy's, Barbara's, and other organic food companies for very reasonable prices.There is a catalog online, or you can request a free one in print. You order the items online or by mail, and then they are shipped down (for free) to a local designated drop point. I drove to Irvine to pick up my order. Their web address is To see the pricing, you have to give them an email address and sign in.

Some examples of deals I got this month:
Jonagold Apples- $.50 a lb
Organic onions- $.50 a lb
Blackberries 10lbs for $14
Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato soup (32oz) for $2.25
Garden of Eatin' Organic Whole Wheat Tortilla's $1.10 for 10

Really, there are some amazing deals on high quality food. Right now, I am smelling a whole wheat bread loaf in the bread machine with the mix from their website.

Thanks to Bethany Jean and Kathy for alerting me to this great company.


Emily (Laundry and Lullabies) said...

Wow, Katie, that is a really neat site! Thanks for posting about it. Where in Irvine was the drop point? I'm wondering if that is the closest to me, too.

Katie Jones said...

At the Spectrum. The website has a number to call for customer service. They can tell you where the closest drop site is. Or, I think that you can order a free drop site map.

Anonymous said...

Hey Katie!
Its Kat. :)
What's your new email address? I've been following your blog on and off but don't know how else to get in touch! :)

Amber said...

I just saw a link that Emily had to your blog and I just blogged something about Azure on my blog. Aren't they great!?! I just picked up my first order this evening and I'm quite pleased. Well, except for the fact that they didn't have my chickpeas, wheat, or lentils... but other than that I'm thrilled. I got those apples at fifty cents a pound too. :-)