It’s been a while since Thrive Market started and they’re still going strong.

In fact, the last couple years has been a time of awesome growth in the world of health foods and they now offer so much more than they could at first!

With paleo becoming more and more popular, tons of great, healthy and fantastic easy-to-eat food items have popped up on the scene. And I’ve always found Thrive to be the best place to buy them!

You see,Thrive is a membership based site, so they function like a warehouse store where you pay a yearly fee and you are able to benefit from the great prices all year round. Shipping is also very inexpensive.

What I love most about Thrive are the prices.  Buying this stuff in person or even Amazon (as much as I love it!) will cost you an arm and a leg sometimes.  

But with Thrive, that membership fee and gives you access to incredible deals on everything from protein powder to mayonnaise.

If you consume a fair amount of paleo products on a yearly basis, the membership will more than pay for itself and you will end up saving in the end.

I discovered Thrive while searching for a way to get some of the snacks and foods I live off of like Primal Mayo, Tanka Bars, and wild honey. Thrive has all of these products and many, many more for prices lower than you’ll ever seen them.

It’s seriously an AWESOME place to shop because they carry all the non-perishables you could possibly want- from oils and condiments, to snacks and bars and the prices are AMAZING.

If you haven’t tried some of these easy paleo foods and products, you are missing out!  They have made my life so much more convenient and helped me to be able to do more of the things I love, which have nothing to do with eating!

Thrive is currently offering a free trial period on their membership, so if you sign up now, you can buy lots of yummy things and try it out to see how it works for you before paying a membership price!

Check it out here!

Have you tried Thrive?  What did you think?  What are your favorite snacks to buy?

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