For me, grocery shopping is up there with cleaning the toilets. I’m just not a fan. So any time there is an alternative that allows me to avoid stepping foot in a grocery store, I’m very willing to try it.
And when I heard about Thrive Market, the idea of getting Whole Foods-level food at a discounted price and having it delivered right to your door, it was a no-brainer. I had to try it out.
How does Thrive Market make grocery shopping easier and healthier?
First, you need to sign up for a membership. Like Costco or Sam’s Club grocery stores, in order to shop Thrive Market’s inventory, you have to be a member. And there are two ways to become a member. You can pay Thrive Market a one-time fee of $59.95 for a yearly membership, or you can pay a fee of $9.95 every month.
But the best part is, is that because the good organic food you will be ordering after signing up is so discounted, you’ll eventually be making that membership fee back. In fact, according to Thrive Market, every time you place a grocery order, customers save, on average, a full $32. This means that by your second grocery order, you’ve already earned back the earlier membership fee.
And you can cancel your membership at any time.
So what does Thrive Market have to offer? Almost everything! From daily vitamins and cleaning supplies to delicious and healthy snacks, Thrive Market has it all. You can even get wine delivered to your door. How amazing is that?
In my last order, I purchase potato chips fried in coconut oil, organic Himalayan gold popcorn (seriously, so so good), organic ghee (which can be used on everything), salsa, coconut aminos, fresh baked Italian bread, and so much more! And that is just a fraction of what Thrive Market has to offer.Goodbites Coconut Brownie Bites, 6 count 2.8 oz pouch
So go ahead, give Thrive Market a chance if only for a month! I haven’t regretted purchasing a year membership and I don’t think you will either! And a Thrive Market membership would also be a great gift.
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