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Does Anyone Order Direct To Save $ On Things Like Pasta Or Baking Goods?

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What is the site if you do? I've hurd some people are doing this because it is so expensive and please share info.

Thanks.

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We buy direct from local farmers and buy in bulk from Azure Standard and Hummingbird through a local buying club. This allows us to get high quality organic foods cheaper.

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pasta and bars (mrs may's is my recent kick) via amazon, as well as a few experimental goods like coconut flour (it's going to take me FOREVER to use it all). Pasta is really the only thing that I wince at too much, but I may get more buckwheat through them once I finish what I have.

i've heard their prices on coconut oil are good, though.

Azure Standard is only western US (I called them), FYI

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We buy direct from UNFI through a local buying club. I believe you can learn more if you google United Buying Clubs. They are the largest natural foods distributor in the US.

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I buy quite of few of our staples from amazon. Their subscribe and save program makes their good prices even better. I buy things like spaghetti pasta, cereals, cake mixes, nut and other snack bars, soup, fruit leather, Boulder Canyon potato chips, Bob's Red Mill flours, etc.

I buy direct from Ener-G for things I like of theirs.

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