I know exactly
what you are talking about. I used to have one of those huge stockpiles until illness forced me to start doing research on what goes into our food and what organic really is. I gave away around 80% of our food stockpile because there was NO WAY I wanted that stuff in my house or in our bodies.
It makes couponing harder, but not impossible. I still do buy some of the things that if it were just me, would never be purchased but DH and the kids do still eat some things that I don't approve of because of what I discovered in my research. They just have to listen to me preach to get it.
The changes that I've made just in utilizing our land and ability to keep animals has made a big difference in both the grocery bill and our health. I no longer get sick from eating chicken & corn when we grow it ourselves and can control it (we grow non-GMO and non-Bt corn). Our lifestyle isn't for everyone by any means. Unfortunately we have become a country that has disconnected itself from where our food actually comes from and what's in it when it's made. It's just the way things are now days but my family and extended family now do it a bit different and it works. Couponing is a companion to what we do instead of ruling what we eat and use.
Someone mentioned contacting companies and asking them for coupons which is the best
way I know of to get coupons for products that you will actually use. Most companies will send them to you at least once a year or every 6 months if you ask. I always compliment them, sing their praises and let them know we will buy with or without the coupon but in today's world, it's nice to get a break every now and then. They usually respond quite quickly with whether or not they are sending you anything.
The contact info for some TRUE organic companies that will send you coupons if you ask for them is on my wishlist page so feel free to use those links for yourself too! Those are just a few of my favorites that are still "mom and pop" companies that have been rated highly by a few grassroots organic/food watch dog organizations so they really want your business. They are true organic companies in every sense of the word and what organic should be.
For the companies that you use most often, just shoot them an email or call them to ask. The worst thing that will happen is they will say no but most of them won't and you'll start getting a break on the things you buy anyway. Something is better than nothing!
It can be so frustrating, but it's not impossible! Keep at it and you'll discover what works and what doesn't pretty quick and the frustration will fade over time.