Wholefoods online??

Hello, I'm looking for advice on the best place to buy whole foods such as lentils, nuts, seeds online? Many of the places I have looked are super pricey!! 

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  • Mnoee
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    Often supermarkets have the best prices for those things - if they stock them. Lots of the wholefood places only sell organic products, which I'm not fussed about, so the supermarket 'normal' products are significantly cheaper. 

    I also get a few bits from Holland and Barrett - they seem to always have some sort of online discount code (currently 15% off £30), which can bring their prices down to something reasonable. 
  • Mnoee said:
    Often supermarkets have the best prices for those things - if they stock them. Lots of the wholefood places only sell organic products, which I'm not fussed about, so the supermarket 'normal' products are significantly cheaper. 

    I also get a few bits from Holland and Barrett - they seem to always have some sort of online discount code (currently 15% off £30), which can bring their prices down to something reasonable. 
    Ah thank you I forgot about Holland & Barrett! Will take a look. Unfortunately we are limited to just Tesco supermarket where I live. 
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    Tesco does sell a lot, but if you're shopping in store it might be trickier to find things. Their app has a feature now for in-store shopping - if I click that, then search for chia seeds, it'll tell me that they're in stock on aisle 18 in my local shop. 
  • If your Tesco has one, it's worth checking out the World Foods section.  Lots of things like nuts and lentils are cheaper in the Indian range than the whole foods section.
  • It's worth doing a quick internet search for your county.

    I've got one where I can buy as much / little as I want and I make a day trip out of my visit. They also deliver if I order online. 
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