i am a pretty devout couponer, i don't have 100 of any one product, but i stockpile what my family needs, and if we fall on hard times we would have that safety net to fall back on. That being said, I do find many natural/organic deals when i look for them, they are harder to come by, but it can be done. I have gotten oikos organic yogurt free, seventh generation products, (laundry soap, cleaners, dishsoap for free-.99 each), organic carrots for .38/lb, kashi organic cereal for free- .69/box, frozen organic veggies for .38/bag, skippy natural peanut butter for .49/jar, tom's of maine toothpaste for .59/tube, just to name a few items. I do buy conventional items, but if i can get organic/natural for cheaper than conventional or even free, i obviously choose those products.
I haven't been looking for organic natural very much lately, but this weeks scores were babyganics HE laundry detergent for 1.50/bottle, They were on clearance at toysrus for 6.98, and they were buy one get one free and i had 4$ rewards dollars to spend and they ended up being 3.24 for both with tax, not bad for bottles that are regularly priced 9.99 each. I have found a lot of good natural/organic deals at toys r us/babies are us. I also got a tadpoles organic crib baby bedding set on amazon.com for soon to be dd for 75% off, yes i could have gotten a regular set for 46$, but instead I got one made of organic cotton, so I feel like it was a great deal for the type of product.
I also bargain shop for pretty much everything, I like the children's place outlet, i get many gifts there I often get clothes there for .99 or less if i have a coupon to use.
I just wanted to let everyone know that there are good deals to be had out there that aren't bad for you or the environment. Check out organicgrocerydeals.com and organic deals and coupons (blog), that's where I find a lot of my deals for healthier products.