50 Biggest Food Deals at Thrive Market

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biggest real food deals at thrive market

So, I feel like I’m late to the party when it comes to Thrive Market.  Amazon has changed my life when it comes to shopping and, well, I just didn’t want to learn another site and, yeah, just pure laziness.

However, when it comes to saving money, I can make exceptions.  

When I got my rebate from Costco and saw that I had essentially had not used the store enough to warrent the  $100  membership fee, I decided it was time to look into Thrive Market.

Yes, Thrive Market is a membership site, just like Costco, but there are some key diifferenes.

  1. You order online and get these items shipped to your home.  No driving and fighting your kids in the store!
  2. There are so many more organic, GMO-free Paleo and  Gluten-free food items (not to mention a plethora of home goods, kids and baby products, beauty  products and health stuff)
  3. The savings compared to Amazon are staggering.  It’s shocking how much money you can save on real food from Thrive Market.  Yes, I am a Amazon Prime member ($99 per year)  and a huge fan who is not going anywhere but wow.
  4. The membership cost is $59.95 a year but you can start with a 30 Day Free Trial here.   When you purchase a membership, Thrive also sponsors a low-income family.

I looked at a lot of products to create this list and 7 times out of 10 the price was at least $3 to $4 cheaper on Thrive when compared to Amazon.  If it wasn’t cheaper, it was the same cost, not more expensive.  To give you the best bang for you buck this round up only shares food items that are at least 40% off the price you would pay at Amazon. Most of the products are up to 75% Off.

If you went on a shopping spree and bought all of the items in this post these are the price tags you would see.

Total Cost:

Thrive Market: $276.30   Amazon: $722.25

Over a 60% Savings!

*Please note that the pricing on Amazon can fluxate due to the stock of the item in the store.  Prices were compared on 9/26/15 and are subject to change.


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8 oz. Coconut aminos $4.45 (compared to $16.41 on Amazon)

16 oz Big Tree Farms Sweet Tree Organic Coconut Palm Sugar Blonde $4.65 (Compared to $9.13 on Amazon)

20 oz Bob’s Red Mill Tapioca flour $2.95 ( Compared to $15.17 on Amazon)

24 oz Bob’s Red Mill Stone Ground Rice Flour $2.55 ( Compared to $9.33 on Amazon)

14oz Fat Works Lard $13.45 (Compared to $23.95 on Amazon)

16oz Coombs Organic B Grade Maple Syrup $13.95 (Compared to $24.95 on Amazon)

26 oz Hain Sea Salt $2.05 (compared to $7.00 on Amazon)

3 oz 87% Taza Bolivan Dark Chocolate $4.65 (Compared to $12.99 on Amazon)

 12 each Epic Bacon Cranberry Bison Bars $24.95 ( Compared to $34.00 on Amazon)

2.2 oz bag Quite Cheezy Kale Krunch $4.25 (Compared to $8.48 on Amazon)

12 each .5 oz Pirate’s Booty Aged White Cheddar Rice and Corn Puffs $6.45 (Compared to $26.64)

24 oz bag Bob’s Red Mill Teff Flour $5.95 (Compared to $10.75 on Amazon)

16oz Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour $9.45 (Compared to $15.05 on Amazon)

44 oz bag Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-free All Purpose Baking Flour $6.96 ( Compared to $13.25 on Amazon)

32 oz bag Arrowhead Mills Cornbread & Muffin Mix $3.95 (Compared to $7.50 on Amazon)

32 oz Bob’s Red Mill Organic Extra Thick Rolled Oats $3.95 (Compared to $10.13 on Amazon)

16oz Bob’s Red Mill Arrowroot Flour $3.95 (Compared to $8.92 on Amazon)

16oz Let’s Do Organic Coconut Flour $4.45 (Compared to $9.30 on Amazon)

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24oz Bob’s Red Mill Medium Grind Cornmeal $2.95 (Compared to $14.97 on Amazon)

12oz Bob’s Red Mill Unsweetened Shredded Coconut $3.25 (Compared to $10.00 on Amazon)

9oz Sunspire Semi-Sweet Baking Chips $4.95 (Compared to $9.99 on Amazon)

Five 1.2oz Kind Oat & Honey with Coconut Granola Bars $2.95 (Compared to $8.97 on Amazon)

16oz Alter Eco Hom Mali Jasmine Rice $3.45 (Compared to $13.99 on Amazon)

10oz Sir Kensington’s Chipotle Mayonnaise $4.95 (Compared to $13.95 on Amazon)

16oz Udi Gluten-free Plain Steel Cuts Oats $4.45 (Compared to $21.99 on Amazon)

12oz Bulletproof Upgraded Coffee Beans Whole $15.95 (Compared to $40.00 on Amazon)

12oz Sea Tangle Kelp Noodles $3.45 (Compared to $10.00 on Amazon)

16oz Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar $2.95 (Compared to $9.77 on Amazon)

7oz Tates Bake Shop Chocolate Chip Cookies $3.95 (Compared to $9.75 on Amazon)

8.45oz Red Boat Fish Sauce $6.45 (Compared to $13.99 on Amazon)

12oz Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil Mayo $7.45 (Compared to $14.95 on Amazon)

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16oz Edison Grainery Organic Red Kidney Beans $3.65 (Compared to $13.95 on Amazon)

20oz Organic Tamari Gluten-free Soy Sauce $6.45 (Compared to $18.89 on Amazon)

16oz Organic Sesame Tahini $6.95 (Compared to $14.44 on Amazon)

16oz Organic Sunflower Seed Butter $5.95 (Compared to $16.95 on Amazon)

8oz Annie Chun’s Pad Thai Brown Noodles $2.95 (Compared to $9.88 on Amazon)

14oz Wolfgang Puck Free Rande Chicken Noodle $2.35 ( Compared to $38.69 on Amazon)

2oz Main Coast Sea Vegetables Dulse $5.95 (Compared to $14.20 on Amazon)

5.5oz Garden of Eatin Yellow Corn Taco Shells $2.95 (Compared to $8.70 on Amazon)

6oz Box Two Moms in The Raw Organic Blueberry Granola $4.95 (Compared to $12.57 on Amazon)

16 oz Newman’s Own Organic Balsamic Vinaigrette $3.95 (Compared to $11.49 on Amazon)

18oz Lee Kum Kee Sriracha Chili Sauce $2.95 (Compared to $12.99 on Amazon)

16 oz Frontera Tomatillo Salsa $3.25 (Compared to $6.89 on Amazon)

12oz Annie’s Homegrown Organic BBQ Sauce Sweet and Spicy $3.45 (Compared to $10.38 on Amazon)

4.15oz AkMak Bakeries Original Cracker $1.95 (Compared to $6.39 on Amazon)

3oz Go Raw Organic Raw Pizza Flax Snax $3.95 (Compared to  $8.99 on Amazon)

16oz Chatfields Carob Powder $4.95 (Compared to $10.27 on Amazon)

16oz Ener G Foods Vegan Egg Replacer $5.25 (Compared to $9.17 on Amazon)

16oz Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Powdered Sugar $3.95 (Compared to $41.72)



  1. Gladys September 27, 2015 at 4:39 pm

    And how do these prices compare to New Seasons?

    1. Kelly Bejelly September 27, 2015 at 4:56 pm

      I”m not sure Gladys. You can take your phone to the store and compare the costs. I’m pretty sure you will see a savings with Thrive Market hun.

  2. Dain September 29, 2015 at 4:38 am

    Wow! Thanks for doing that legwork for me, cuz you did basically what I’ve been thinking for a while;”I should check this out, but I got a good thing going with Amazon & I’m kinda lazy, so….” I will now seriously look into Thrive. Wonder if they have free shipping like we enjoy with Amazon tho?
    Thanks again for the price comp! Makes a huge difference!!

    1. Loraine September 30, 2015 at 7:22 am

      Yes, Thrive Market offers free shipping on orders $49 or more

  3. John DM September 29, 2015 at 6:39 am

    Unfortunately, Thrive doesn’t work for us in Canada

    1. Kim September 29, 2015 at 7:50 am

      Try well.ca great prices, shipping options, and wonderful customer service.

      1. Kelly Bejelly October 2, 2015 at 12:20 pm

        What a great resource for those in Canada 🙂

    2. Sam (Thrive Market Member Services) October 4, 2015 at 2:42 pm

      Hi John! We’re working on it…stay tuned on our social media pages for further updates!

  4. Kathy Hoogeboom September 29, 2015 at 6:47 am

    I just went to Amazon on just one of the items you have listed above, the very last one: 16 0z Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Powdered Sugar it shows the 16 oz being $8.74 and the 4.5 lb pag being $17.99. not sure where you got the cost of the 16 oz bag being over $40. While the cost at Thrive seems to be less I will have to go and check on their prices as well.

    1. Kelly Bejelly September 29, 2015 at 7:20 am

      Thanks for sharing Kathy. When I did this post there was only 1 bag of powdered sugar in the marketplace so the price was high. Prices do fluxate on Amazon so I’ll make sure to pput a note at the top of the post sharing prices compared on 9/27/2015 and are subject to change.

    2. Sam (Thrive Market Member Services) October 4, 2015 at 2:46 pm

      Hi Kathy! As prices fluctuate elsewhere, ours stay consistently low! We hope you’ll check us out soon!

  5. Juanita October 2, 2015 at 9:12 am

    I shop all three as well and love Thrive and was very impressed when I realized how much I could save through them. The only issue I have with Thrive is that they don’t sell items in bulk. That is why I use Costco or Azure. For items like sliced almonds, you can’t beat Costco prices.

    1. Kelly Bejelly October 2, 2015 at 12:19 pm

      Oooh, I didn’t think of that Juanita! Thanks for sharing hun.

    2. Tiffany (Thrive Market Member Services) October 2, 2015 at 1:26 pm

      Thanks Juanita for the support! We have received feedback that bulk items are of interest to our customers. I’ll definitely pass your feedback along as well! Thrive on!

  6. Linda October 4, 2015 at 8:21 am

    Thanks so much Kelly…I will check out Thrive. Been wanting to do it for a while, but just didn’t feel like putting the time in. Thanks for the push 🙂

    1. Kelly Bejelly October 4, 2015 at 6:58 pm

      You are welcome! The savings is so worth it 🙂

  7. bbergin January 24, 2016 at 6:09 am

    I just subscribed to A Girl Worth Saving. First I tried one of your recipes and then checked out Thrive Market. I just compared prices on one item I bought on Amazon last week. $21 on Amazon compared to $15 on Thrive Market. I do all my non-perishable food shopping on Amazon. This will make a huge difference! Thanks!

  8. Janet January 26, 2016 at 10:12 am

    I use Vitacost.com — The prices are very comparable with Thrive, without the membership fee and free shipping over $50. (I don’t know what Thrive’s shipping is). I have looked at Thrive, but stick with Vitacost. I usually get my order in 2 days with great packaging.
    Just another resource!

  9. Estella Csonka January 14, 2017 at 10:22 pm

    Agree with Janet about VitaCost. Have ordered from them many times as prices, range of products & customer service are top notch. Orders well packed & receive in good time as well. Plus no fee/membership required. Being retired & on limited fixed income, all factors work well for us buying from VitaCost. vs. Thrive or Amazon.


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