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Keep your pantry packed with delicious, wholesome products thanks to this easy food delivery service. 

Hayley Sugg
December 13, 2017

It's the new year, when many of us are revamping ourselves and our diets. And what better way to set yourself up for success than by stocking your kitchen with the best and healthiest products available? If you’re struggling to find time between making use of your new gym membership and ferrying kids around, here’s a way to make healthy grocery shopping even easy and fast: Visit Thrive Market.

Thrive Market sells natural products at wholesale prices and delivers them straight to your front door. We tested a number of products from their collection (full disclosure: They sent us a gift card to shop with) and found five products that we think would make perfect additions to your healthy pantry. From wholesome grains to must-have sauces, here are our five favorite healthy product choices from Thrive Market:

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Organic Sprouted Quinoa

One of our favorite whole grains, quinoa is perfect for quickly cooking up into a side dish or it can create a crispy coating for baking fish or chicken. As a bonus, it’s a great source of amino acids, protein, and iron. 

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Organic Coconut Aminos

If you’re looking for a gluten-free and soy-free alternative to soy sauce, then you’ve come to the right place. Coconut aminos still gives that salty bite to dishes, but with significantly less sodium. Plus, it features 17 amino acids.  

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Creamy Almond Butter

Made with just one single ingredient—dry-roasted almonds—this high-quality nut butter adds a creamy texture and nutty taste to anything you cook. Use it in marinades, sauces, or even drop a dollop onto your morning pancakes. 

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Organic Apple Cider Vinegar

Step aside, boring old white vinegar, there's a new favorite in town. Made from crushed and fermented apples, apple cider vinegar doesn’t just add flavor to recipes, it’s also good for you

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No-Salt Added Chunk Albacore Tuna

While canned tuna may bring to mind sad school lunches or mayo-laden salads, there’s actually a variety of ways to incorporate it into a healthy meal. The best part? Since these cans have no added salt or oil, you can dress it up any way you want.