The Top Groceries on Sale for Amazon Prime Day 2023, from Magic Spoon Cereal to Olipop Probiotic Soda

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Do you buy all your groceries, cleaning products and household essentials on Amazon? If so, your go-to items are about to be majorly discounted for Amazon Prime Day, the site’s biggest sale of the year. You can save on everything from K-Cups to baby food from July 11 to July 12.

While there are usually a few lingering deals post-sale, we’d recommend filling your cart ASAP. You need to be a Prime member to access the deals, so if you aren’t, sign up now for a free 30-day trial (as long as you haven’t been a member in the last 12 months). Read on for our favorite groceries on sale for Amazon Prime Day 2023.

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You can score deals up to 25 percent off on a slew of KIND products, including cereal bars, Thins and Healthy Grain Clusters. One of the best markdowns is on the KIND Cereal Breakfast Bars Variety Pack (was $17, now $13), which includes the flavors Peanut Butter, Cinnamon with Almonds and Chocolate with Almonds.

As for salty snacks, PopCorners Popped Corn Snacks 6-Flavor Variety Pack (was $19, now $14) includes 20 bags of your favorite gluten-free nosh. Sample varieties like sour cream and onion, kettle corn, sweet chili and spicy queso.

You can also get a few cult-favorite cereals on the cheap during Amazon Prime Day. Magic Spoon’s coveted Variety 4-Pack (was $44, now $35), a combo of Fruity, Peanut Butter, Cocoa and Frosted flavors that routinely sells out, is marked down 20 percent. You can also try Three Wishes vegan, gluten-free cereal in nostalgic flavors like Vanilla Frosted, Cocoa, Fruity and S’mores for 20 percent off. Go for the six-flavor variety pack (was $46, now $37).


Save a refreshing 25 percent on Olipop’s nostalgic, low-sugar, prebiotic-packed sodas. All of the brand’s products are discounted for Amazon Prime Day, including the Summer Fun Variety Pack (was $40, now $30), starring the Orange Squeeze and Ginger Lemon flavors, and the Best Sellers Variety Pack (was $45, now $34), which includes Vintage Cola, Classic Root Beer, Cream Soda and Doctor Goodwin.

You can also score a variety 12-pack on Poppi Sparkling Prebiotic Soda (was $30, now $21), including flavors like ginger lime, raspberry rose and cherry limeade. If you’re devoted to a single flavor, you’re in luck: All Poppi products will be 30 percent off during Prime Day, so you can take your pick and still save.

If you prefer your probiotics in the form of kombucha, Health-Ade’s bottles are marked down 25 percent for the sale. Their cans are also marked down 30 percent; we have our eye on the variety 12-pack (was $40, now $28), which includes passion fruit-tangerine, Pink Lady apple and pomegranate varieties.

Recess’s ready-to-drink craft mocktails and magnesium sparkling waters are also discounted 30 percent from July 10 to 14. Our pick for first-timers is the Recess Mood Magnesium 12-Pack (was $42, now $29).

If low-sugar lemonade and tea is more your speed, note that you can save a whopping 40 percent on all Swoon products during Amazon Prime Day. Sample six different varieties, from pink lemonade to an Arnold Palmer dupe, with the Swoon Starter Pack of 12 cans (was $30, now $18).


Save $10 on the viral Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides Powder (was $31, now $21), which is packed with hyaluronic acid, vitamin C and grass-fed collagen peptides that could boost the health of your skin, hair, nails and joints. (Did we mention it’s Jennifer Aniston’s favorite brand of protein powder?)

If you prefer getting your protein fix in bar form over powder, consider Orgain Organic Vegan Protein Snack Bars, which are dairy- and gluten-free and boast 10 grams of plant-based protein per serving. Go for the peanut butter chocolate chunk 12-pack (was $26, now $17), made with pea protein and chia seeds.

In addition, select supplements by Vega Original Protein are up to 30 percent off, including the Raspberry Blackberry Essentials Shake (was $54, now $38), which boasts plant-based superfoods, vitamins and antioxidants, along with 20 grams of protein per serving.

Coffee Pods

If you’re in need of a Nespresso capsule restock, the OriginalLine 50-Count Variety Pack, Medium & Dark Roast (was $40, now $34) should hold you over for some time. It includes options like dark-roast ristretto and balanced medium roast.

If it’s K-Cups you’re after, the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Nantucket Blend 32-pack (was $20, now $16) is marked down 20 percent for the big sale. It’s a medium roast blend made with Arabica beans. If you’d prefer a wider selection, save 8 percent on the Keurig Coffee Lovers Collection Variety Pack (was $38, now $35), which includes 60 pods of 11 different coffees.

Steeped Coffee Company, a brand famous for its eco-friendly coffee bags designed to replace plastic pods, has discounted many products by 20 percent for Amazon Prime Day. Give four different roasts a go with the eight-pack variety box (was $15, now $12).

Miscellaneous Groceries

When it comes to other household must-haves, Amazon has no shortage of Prime Day deals there, too. An, uh, prime example: You can save up to 30 percent on Stasher’s ingenious reusable silicone storage bags. They come in a variety of sizes and colors, so there’s one for every need and preference. We’re partial to the sandwich-sized bag (was $13, now $9) for packing lunches and saving modest leftovers.

If your home is in need of a summer refresh, cleaning supplies may be at the top of your shopping list. The Swiffer Sweeper (was $19, now $12), which comes with a two-in-one mop and 19 refills, is currently marked down nearly 38 percent. You can also save 15 percent on The Pink Stuff’s The Miracle All-Purpose Floor Cleaner (was $20, now $17), created by the same masterminds behind the TikTok-famous cleaning paste. As for laundry, the 45-pack of Tide Pods (was $38, now $44) is currently marked down about $6.

While you’re at it, score two six-packs of Amazon Basics 2-Ply Paper Towels (was $23, now $15) for 35 percent off. If it’s bath tissue you need, stock up with this hefty 30-pack of Amazon Basics 2-Ply Toilet Paper (was $25, now $20).

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Taryn Pire is PureWow’s associate food editor. A former bartender and barista, she’s been writing about all things delicious since 2016, developing recipes, reviewing restaurants and investigating food trends at Food52, New Jersey Family Magazine and Taste Talks. When she isn’t testing TikTok’s latest viral recipe, she’s having popcorn for dinner and posting about it on Instagram @cookingwithpire.

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Taryn Pire is PureWow’s food editor and has been writing about all things delicious since 2016. She’s developed recipes, reviewed restaurants and investigated food trends at...