Beyond the Instant Pot: Amazon Prime Day Includes 30 Percent Off Groceries and Household Essentials

Beyond the Instant Pot: Amazon Prime Day Includes 30 Percent Off Groceries and Household Essentials

Lauren Masur
Jul 16, 2018
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By now you know that Amazon Prime Day is a good day to get things like vacuum cleaners, small appliances (hopefully the Instant Pot!), and Alexa-enabled devices. This year, the sale also includes a decent amount of groceries and household supplies — especially from Amazon's in-house brands. In fact, for a limited time (while supplies last), you can save 30 percent on coffee, household essentials, snacks, and more across Amazon's top brands.

Here's what we suggest you stock up on.

  1. Happy Belly Nuts, Chocolate & Dried Fruit Trail Mix, $6 for 16 ounces: In the event that the end of the world is near, you'll definitely want to have a few bags of this salty-sweet snack in your getaway vehicle. That would also be a good time to confess to being that person who eats all of the chocolate-coated candies first. We know you do it — you might as well fess up.
  2. Mama Bear Organic Baby Food Pouches, $16 for 12: Ask any parent: The invention of the portable baby food pouch has been lifesaving in more ways than one. Toddlers love them and they're super convenient on-the-go — in the reviews, some adults even admit to eating them!
  3. Presto! Flex-a-Size Paper Towels, $23 for 12 rolls: The price might still seem steep for 12 rolls of paper towels, but keep in mind that a dozen of these mega rolls (each containing 158 sheets) is the equivalent of 30 regular rolls (containing just 63 sheets).
  4. Wickedly Prime Coconut Toffee Roasted Cashews, $20 for a pack of 15: Once you try one of these nuts, you will not be able to stop eating them. They're buttery, sweet, and crunchy. If you're feeling super-indulgent, use them as an ice cream topping.
  5. Amazon Fresh Organic Fair Trade Sumatra Whole Bean Coffee, $24 for three 12-ounce bags: Amazon is officially making a name for itself in the fair-trade coffee biz. One skeptical commenter even declared this in a review: "Check it out, Amazon coffee is actually good." Time to stock up on your own personal stash of dark roast go-go juice.

What Amazon groceries are you getting for Prime Day?

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