5 unthought of ways to make shopping at Whole Foods cheaper

Whole Foods is one of the most popular high-end food markets, specializing in healthy alternatives to everyone's favorite meals. The grocery chain prides itself in offering one of the most expansive collections of natural, organic or gluten free options, ready-to-eat meals and alternative drugstore products.

Scroll through to see our favorite Whole Foods products:

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Freshly baked bread 

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365 Everyday Value Greek Yogurt

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Speciality cheeses

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Oats, grains and beans in the DIY bulk section

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Frozen foods, i.e. pizza and turkey burgers 

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Alternative milk products

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Frozen berries

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Raisins and dry fruit in the DIY bulk section

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Spices in the DIY bulk section 

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365 Everyday Value Olive Oil

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Freshly baked goods from the bakery section 

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But, their products don't come cheap. Unless you're willing to spend almost $30 for specialty eggs and $10 for chicken tenders, it can be difficult to find affordable products.

Here are some out of the box ways to save at our favorite specialty store. Watch the video above to learn how to get more for your buck.

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