Shop Thrive Market for Natural Products at Great Prices

Thrive Market for Natural Foods at Great Prices

Do you guys know about Thrive Market yet? In case you haven’t heard of it, I want to give you the scoop – because if you regularly buy natural and organic products, you need to know about this company!

What is Thrive Market?

Thrive Market is like a Costco for natural products, except you order in the comfort of your home instead of wandering around a massive warehouse. They carry over 2500 food, health & wellness and personal care products as well as products for the home. Prices at Thrive Market are 25 to 50% below retail – a significant savings over what you’ll find at most stores. You pay an annual membership fee which is easy to earn back in just a couple orders.

The mission of Thrive Market is to make healthy living easy and accessible for every American family. In fact they donate a free Thrive membership to a low-income family for every paid membership. Now that’s commitment!

How does membership work?

  • Annual membership fee of $59.95
  • Free 30 day membership trial
  • Free shipping over $49
  • 15% off your first purchase
  • Earn a $10 credit for each friend referred

My experience

I’ve placed two orders with Thrive Market so far. It’s great for stocking up on basics – like pasta, beans, granola, nut butter and spices. But I was also tempted into some treats like a bag of Justin’s dark chocolate peanut butter cups and some yogurt covered almonds – gotta watch out for that! They carry some cleaning products but I’d like to see more. Prices are definitely lower than a retail grocery store and I love the convenience of shopping from home. I’d say the likelihood of renewing my membership when the time comes is high.

What natural & organic products would you buy from Thrive Market?

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*Disclosure: I was compensated with grocery money by Thrive Market to get a feel for the experience. I am also an affiliate of Thrive Market. If you make a purchase using a link on this post I may receive a small commission (at no extra charge to you). Thank you for your support!

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