Thrive Market: Save Big on These 50 Items

Thrive Market_Save Big On These 50 Items

If you’ve been wanting to upgrade to real food essentials without having to pay top dollar, Thrive Market is going to be your new favorite place to shop!

They offer hundreds of brand name options, all at 25-50% retail prices! It’s less than $5 a month ($59.95/year) to become a member, they give you your first month free, plus 15% off your first purchase. In other words, it’s basically a steal. It also saves a lot of time because you don’t have to include these essentials when grocery shopping. If you don’t make up the cost of your membership each year in savings, they give you a store credit for the remaining amount. A win-win.

We often assume that living and eating healthfully is going to cost a lot more, but if we do our research we can find deals that make it more affordable. You can literally save hundreds of dollars shopping at Thrive (I know I do!)

If you haven’t downloaded my Real Food Grocery Guide yet, it is full of money-saving tips and strategies, and Thrive is one of them!

Many of you asked to see my Shopping List for Thrive Market over on Instagram, so here it is!

Seasonings & Spices

Organic Spices

Organic Vanilla Extract

Pink Himalayan Sea Salt

Organic Black Pepper

Seeds

Chia Seeds
(Find out the surprising benefits of seeds, right here)

Hemp Seeds

Flax Seeds

Condiments

Mayonnaise (this brand or this brand)

Organic Ketchup

Mustard

Almond Butter

Coconut Butter/Manna

Jelly

Beverages

Organic Tea

Canned Coconut Milk (no gums)

Flours, Oils, Baking, and Cooking

Almond Flour

Coconut Flour

Avocado Oil
(Find out the 12 Oils that Should Be Avoided and which are best, here)

Coconut Oil

Organic Ghee (casein free)

Grass-Fed Ghee (any flavor)

Apple Cider Vinegar

Salad Dressing (any from this brand)

White Wine Vinegar

Raw Honey
(Learn more about sweeteners, here)

Sustainable Palm Shortening

Coconut Aminos (to replace soy aminos)

Organic Pumpkin Puree (not canned)

Sweets, Treats, and Snacks

Organic Dark Chocolate (85% cacao or 72% cacao)

Organic Chocolate Cups (all flavors)

Muffin/Cake Mixes (gluten-free)

Pancake Mix (gluten-free)

Coconut Sugar (pure and unrefined)

Chocolate Chips (mini and chunk)

Cacao Powder (different than cocoa powder)

Chips (made with coconut oil)

Crackers (gluten-free)

Healthy Living Essentials

Nontoxic Body Lotion
(Learn how to transition to natural beauty products, here)

Nontoxic Feminine Care
(Find out the shocking truth about feminine care products, in this article)

Tongue Scraper (a must-have!)
(Learn more about daily detox tools, right here)

Reusable Zip Lock Alternatives

Nontoxic Laundry Detergent and Wool Dryer Balls 
(Read more about the importance of nontoxic laundry, here)

Castile Soap

Unbleached Parchment Paper and Baking Cups

This list, paired with my Real Food Grocery Guide saves time, money, and simplifies grocery shopping. Download your grocery guide for free right here:

Healthfully Hannah Real Food Grocery Guide

See anything you’re going to try? What are your favorite items from Thrive?

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Hannah Smith

Hannah is the founder and health educator at Healthfully Hannah, empowering women to live healthfully through science-based, step-by-step guidance. Read Hannah’s personal health journey that led her to discover the power of Functional Medicine and Nutrition. Feel free to send Hannah a message here.


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  1. Ohhhh I love all the Thrive product options! Especially the spices, I have been wanting Pink Salt for awhile now!

    1. Oh yes, I love that they carry organic spices! Pink Himalayan Sea Salt offers so many benefits, and it’s much tastier too!

    1. Maritza, yes! I used to buy Pink Himalayan Sea Salt at my local grocery store and it was 3x more expensive than getting it from Thrive. They have amazing deals!

    1. Hi Laura, I haven’t tried those marshmallows yet. I’m so glad Thrive carries some of my absolute favorite chocolate brands. Which are your favorites?

  2. From Thrive I’d buy some new nontoxic beauty & skincare products seeing as I’m transitioning over to natural beauty! I’d also be able to stock up on my pantry staples, which is especially helpful since I’m a student and any discount I can get is extraordinarily helpful. Thanks so much for doing this giveaway, Hannah! Much love. xx

    1. Hey Kennedy! They even carry Acure, have you tried the lotion yet? Thrive Market is my go-to for deals and discounts!

  3. I would looooove to buy more Acure products. Love their skin care products!! I would also love to buy Chia seeds and flax seeds! Castile soap is a staple too!

    1. Acure is a great brand, Lan! I’m so glad Thrive carries them. So many staples at great discounts – can’t beat that!!

  4. I love to order Primal Kitchen bars, Hu chocolate, my Yogi tea, Vital Proteins when they have it. Lots of stuff. My membership just ran out so this would be fantastic!

    1. Hi Heather! Those sound like great picks! What was your savings for the year? It’s so helpful that they keep track of monthly & annual savings.

  5. Great list! The prices for organic tea and coconut oil are great so I’d like to make the switch to Thrive for these! I have also been wanting to try Primal Kitchen salad dressing!

    1. Hi Rachel, yes I always buy coconut oil from Thrive since it saves so much money! And I love Primal Kitchen salad dressings – no canola oil!

  6. I have not tried it yet but I love the fact that you can donate to a low income family that wants to eat healthy foods and that every dollar donated goes to that family. I would love to try their options for canned wild caught fish. Too many goodies to choose from!

    1. Cindy, I love that fact too! For every membership, they provide a free membership to a family in need. Hopefully this post helps you narrow down some of your choices, there are a lot!

  7. I am waiting for my first thrive order to arrive and I am so excited! I ordered some basics to jump start my transition to clean eating like coconut oil, avocado oil, organic tea, some Primal salad dressings etc. After seeing this list I’m ready to put in another order! Thanks Hannah!

    1. Sounds like you are going to be all stocked up on healthy items, Michele! Those are great choices, I can’t wait to hear how you like them 🙂

    1. Carey, yes – seeds can get pricey for sure. I buy seeds either from the bulk section of the grocery store or from Thrive!

  8. I just received my first thrive order and it’s so exciting! I started off with some basic things to help kick start my transition to healthier cleaner eating. I got some coconut oil, coconut milk, coconut sugar, ghee and some primal salad dressing just to make a few things. Can’t wait to try them all! I’m already planning my next order.

  9. The hardest part of a healthy life style personally for myself can be maintaining my sweet intake . I’d love love to try out organic dark chocolate or chocolate cups. Basically anything from the snack section it’s hard to choose a favorite!

    1. Hi Kat, switching to natural and nontoxic personal care products can certainly help with that. If you’re looking for more info on how to make the switch, I have an article here and here that will help.

    1. Hey Ashley! 3 of my favorites for sure! I use avocado and ghee all the time, and coconut aminos are such an easy replacement for soy aminos.

  10. I would buy vegan marshmallows and almond butter chocolate chips and basically everything I need and enjoy eating on daily basis

  11. So many things I would get (including the non-toxic body lotion!) but the coconut sugar caught my eye. I’ve been reading about sweeteners and saw that coconut sugar is supposed to be better for you than agave, but I haven’t been able to find it in any stores.

    Thanks for the giveaway Hannah!

    1. Yes, avocado oil has so many benefits, Megan! Plus, it’s ideal to cook with avocado oil because of the high smoke point, as opposed to olive oil (which has a lower smoke point)

  12. I adore Thrive Market! They have the best nut butters and coconut/avocado oils. I’ve been so interested in trying the grass-fed ghee, and some stuff from Primal Kitchen!

    1. Vanna, they do have the best nut butters and cooking/baking oils. So many great options! If you haven’t tried the ghee yet, definitely try it! 4th and Heart Ghee offers a variety of flavors too!