Does eating organic food have to break the bank? Heck no!
Now I’m not going to deny it: generally speaking, eating real, organic food is more expensive because it costs more to produce and organic farmers don’t receive the generous subsidies granted to large agribusinesses.
I started eating a real food, organic diet just after I graduated college. Bad timing, right? I mean I was BROKE. But my health was a priority for me, and so I splurged at the grocery store while pinching my pennies in other areas.
Not long after, I realized I could save money by buying all of my dry goods at a discount online and then just buying produce, eggs, dairy, fish, and meat at the grocery store. I did this mostly through Amazon and Vitacost, which remain 2 of my favorite resources even with this cool new kid on the block…
Thrive Market is my newest and favorite way to save BIG on health foods, supplements, and so much more.
It’s an online wholesale club for health foods and natural products. They sell all sorts of healthy foods (organic, gluten-free, paleo, vegetarian) as well as supplements, natural skincare products, and non-toxic home cleaning products, all at 20-50% off retail price.
And right now, they’re offering new members an extra 25% off you’re first order! That’s BIG!
Check out what this savings looks like:
|Health Food Store||Amazon||Thrive Market (with 25% discount)|
|Native Forest Organic Coconut Milk||$20.94 for 6||$16.14 for 6||$12.50 for 6|
|Garden of Life Primal Defense Ultra Probiotic||$54.02||$27.40||$24.61|
|Acure Organics Argan Oil||$12.99||$11.28||$7.61|
|Organic Sprouted Quinoa Trio||$8.09||$10.29||$4.63|
|Aztec Secret Health
Indian Healing Clay
Like other wholesale clubs, there is an annual membership fee of $59, which winds up being about $5 a month — which is clearly so worth it.