Thrive Market review

I am not sure if I will start posting on here again, but I decided to put information and pictures here about my thrive market experience for friends that may be interested.

My my order just arrived and I am very excited!  Everything was packaged very well and arrived in one piece. Well, the applesauce cups fell out of the cardboard when I took it out of the bag, but they aren’t broken and I would take them out soon anyways.  I placed my order on Friday and they shipped the order out on Friday.  I didn’t get it until Wednesday which is slower than says mason prime, but did make it in pretty good time considering that there was weekend in there and it came from California.

 

Here is what I got:

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Top left to right and then Bottom left to right for picture on top right.

One Degree Sprouted brown rice crisps $3.95

Tru roots sprouted green lentils $4.95

Tru roots ancient grain gluten free pasta $3.45

Tru roots sprouted organic quinoa trio $5.45

Earth’s Best organic applesauce cups $2.95

Inka crops plantain chips (2-pack) $2.95

organcville sky valley sir racha sauce $5.95

frontera red chile enchilada sauce $1.85

Raos tomato basil marinara sauce $6.95

Amy’s organic refried black beans $2.44

coconut secret raw coconut aminos $4.45

Kettle foods real sliced potatoes $2.25 each

Mary’s gone crackers black pepper crackers $ 3.95

Simply stock vegetable stock $2.14 each

organic chicken bone stock $4.35

Annie’s BBQ sauce $3.25

primal kitchen avocado mayo $7.45

Most of these items are a dollar or two cheaper than what I can find anywhere else around here or on Amazon.  There is the yearly membership fee of $59.95.  Though I know that I saved more than $5, which is how much it is a month.  I didn’t order coconut oil because I still have plenty.  I am paying more than $7 on Amazon for that a month, so if I get that everything else will be additional savings.  If you spend more than $49 shipping is free.  I have already started adding theroducts I plan to buy to my favorites on my account.  I know at the beginning of May I will order what I need for the month which will end up being 25+ items.

I have been spending a lot of time lately pricing things out and making a sheet of everything in my pantry and freezer and what I will buy where for the best deals.  Over the summer I will be getting most of my produce from my garden and farmer’s markets, my meat from Wallace farm and pantry items from Thrive.  I only plan to go to the grocery store a couple of times a week.  I also loved being able to get my groceries delivered to my door.

if you want to try Thrive out you can get one month free without membership fees.  If you use my link you can also get 15% off your first order.  I will also get a referral credit, just to be up front about that.  I hope that you if you buy a lot of items they sell you will try it out, whether you want to use my link or not!

http://thrv.me/zgk

 

 

 

 

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About ahealthymom

I am a stay-at home mom to two boys who is very active in my church through Bible Study, Mops, Sunday School, small group and being a sponsor for our middle school youth group. I strive to live a healthy life everyday in all kinds of ways. The first in my relationship with God, also in healthy eating and exercise, healthy relationships to name a few. I have been following other blogs lately and decided to start my own where I would share ways I am living a healthy life, through my exercise plans, eating and recipes, Bible studies, parenting and various other relationships in life.
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