Thrive Market is the first socially conscious online shopping club offering the world’s best-selling natural and organic products at wholesale prices.
“He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything.” – Arabian proverb
At Thrive Market, they believe all families deserve access to healthy food. Many lower income families on fixed budgets have often struggled to buy organic, wholesome products because of restrictive high prices.
Thrive matches every paid membership with a membership for a family in need, so nothing stands in the way of everyone accessing nutritious, wholesome choices.
Expanding access to healthy living isn’t just a business model—at Thrive Market, it’s a mission.
Through the company’s Thrive Gives initiative, every paid membership means a free membership for a low-income American family, military family, or teacher. Thanks to this mission, thousands of Americans who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford healthy and natural products will have easy access to affordable alternatives.
I love Thrive because it’s about more than healthy living; it’s about creating a more just food system, a social mission that stems from the childhood of the company’s CEO, Gunnar Lovelace.
Growing up with a single mom and seeing how hard she worked to make healthy choices, Lovelace vowed to find a way to make wholesome food affordable. When his mother remarried a man who ran a health food buying club from an organic farm in Ojai, California, he saw a way forward: a modern, online version of a health food co-op.
This innovative marketplace offers high-quality, healthy brands like Weleda, Dr. Bronner’s, Spectrum Naturals, Garden of Eatin’, Bob’s Red Mill, Nature’s Path, Eden Foods, Annie’s Homegrown, Earth’s Best, Seventh Generation, Garden of Life, and many more.
On Thrive Market you can shop the best-selling 4,000 health and wellness products from the top 400 natural brands on the market in everyday sizes, always at 25-50% below traditional retail prices. National shipping is free on orders over $49.
I also love that Thrive is kind to the earth. All packaging, boxes and inserts are made from recycled paper and are recyclable. This is a critical part of their commitment to sustainability.
Thrive is 100% carbon neutral through carbonfund.org. The certification covers national shipping, packaging materials, warehouse utilities, even the work commutes of their team.
Let me know if you’re a happy Thrive Market member, too!
If you want to be part of the movement, sign up for a free one-month trial membership to see if it’s the right fit for you. You’ll also get an additional discount on your first order(s).
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