Amazon: BPA-Free Eden Organic Black Beans just $1.58 per can, shipped!

by Emilie on October 8, 2012

Update: As of 10/9/12 at 2:30 PM the price is the same.

Amazon has Eden Organic Black Beans, No Salt Added, 15-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12) for just $18.92 or $1.58 per can, free shipping included! While you can find organic beans for about $1 at Fred Meyer, they are not BPA free! The Eden Organics are and this is why I buy this brand.  If anybody knows of other companies that use BPA free cans, I’d love to hear about them.

Here’s how to take advantage of this deal:

  • Click here to order, the original price will be $19.92
  • Choose the “Subscribe & Save” option on the right hand side of the screen
  • Free shipping is included

This drops your price down to just $18.92  shipped!

Subscribe & Save does mean that you are now signed up to receive recurring shipments at whatever interval you chose. If you do not want to receive additional shipments, just go into “My Account” and click on “Manage Subscribe & Save Items”.  All you have to do is cancel your subscription, you are under no obligation to purchase additional items.

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Erin October 8, 2012 at 5:15 pm

Hi Melody,

I had been looking for info on BPA free and TJs was’s a snip
Trader Joe’s Tells Little, Does More
It is sometimes hard to know whether to be infuriated or pleased with the Trader Joe’s approach to food retailing. Stories abound about some of TJ’s practices – clear information at the company’s web site does not. But a call to TJ’s customer relations reveals that canned corn, canned beans, canned fish, canned poultry, and canned beef at Trader Joe’s are all packaged in BPA free cans. However, any other products that contain corn or beans or fish, etc. and other items – for example in soups or chilis – are not in BPA free cans, the company said. No labeling here, either.


Trina October 11, 2012 at 12:30 pm

I’d think TJ’s would WANT to be proud of the BPA-free label (and benefit from shoppers who want those products). I’m still skeptical.

Muir Glen also supposedly changed their canned tomatoes (but not soups, etc.) to BPA-free cans a couple of years ago. I don’t think their cans are labeled for it, either.

The skeptic in me wonders what else might be in their BPA-free can liners when they aren’t boasting about it on their labels?!


Emilie October 9, 2012 at 10:20 pm

That’s awesome! Thanks for posting it. I go to TJ’s pretty regularly and I just assumed they had BPA because I don’t think they are labeled either. Thank you!


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