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How a Family-Run Farm Nurtures its Animals and its Community

When David Pitman says he intends to “brainwash his kids” into poultry farming, he’s joking…kind of. 

2022 Golden Shelfies: The Best Thrive Market Products (According to Our Members)

Whether it’s the cooking oil that kicks off nearly every meal you make, the can’t-put-it-down snack, or that sauce with the cute packaging that makes you turn the jar so the label faces front, some products are so good, they deserve a prime spot on your ultimate healthy top shelf. For the second year running, ...

These Regenerative Organic Chocolate Bars Are An Indulgence You Can Feel Good About

Jeremiah McElwee is most definitely a Cool Dad. But he’s also got high standards when it comes to food—a product of his decades-long career in the natural grocery industry. So when his kids reached for conventional candy bars at the gas station during a recent family car trip, he had to put his foot down. 

Here’s Why Fair Trade Coffee is the Best Choice for National Coffee Day

When you order a cup of coffee at your local cafe, the beans used to make it likely traveled thousands of miles, passed through countless hands, and required an impressive effort to grow, process, roast, and, finally, to brew. Though coffee has been part of the global culture for thousands of years, as the coffee ...

Perfect Pour-Over Coffee Made Easy with Copper Cow Coffee

So you want to up your coffee game, but you’re intimidated by the complex process, the special equipment, and the extra time it adds to your already-packed AM routine.

A Morning at Home with Canyon Coffee’s Newest Ethiopian Coffee

For some people, coffee is something of a necessity, simply as a means to a caffeinated end; for others, it’s almost scientific, filled with complex machinery and heady vocabulary that often excludes the more casual home brewer. Ally Walsh and Casey Wojtalewicz, the founders of Canyon Coffee, look at coffee in a different way—and from ...

Farmer Cee of Green Heffa Farms Grows Organic Hemp with Heart & Soul

If you visit Clarenda Stanley, AKA Farmer Cee, at her farm in Liberty, North Carolina, you might hear the soulful sounds of Erykah Badu or Bill Withers drifting across the field. Or, you might hear something a little more…spirited. Stanley plays music for her plants, and like any skilled farmer, she knows exactly what they ...

Organic vs. Non-Organic: What’s the Difference?

Ask three people why they bought organic groceries, and you’re likely to get three different answers. One person might want to shrink their carbon footprint, while another insists that organic baby food offers the best nutrition for little ones. The perceived benefits of organic food are pretty much endless, making it harder to separate what’s ...

Returning to Bordeaux: An Organic Winemaker Gets Back to Her Roots

Pauline Lapierre, one of the organic winemakers whose sustainable wines are available at Thrive Market, lives among her grapes on a gorgeous gravelly slope in Cadillac, a medieval town 25 miles south of Bordeaux. Her children play in between crooked, wild vines and walk along the banks of the Garonne River. But it wasn’t always ...

Can Regenerative Agriculture Help Heal the Planet?

Stocking your kitchen with organically grown, ethically sourced food is a noble endeavor — not only for your well-being, but for the good of the planet and its people. Unfortunately, it can also be pretty confusing, thanks to marketing efforts (commonly known as “greenwashing“) that seek to give products a halo of health through the ...

Why Purely Elizabeth is Sweet on Ethically Sourced, Sustainable Coconut Sugar

In search of a wholesome way to sweeten their beloved baking mixes and granolas, natural food company Purely Elizabeth traveled to Indonesia, a collection of more than 17,000 islands between the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Not only is the world’s largest archipelago home to lush rainforests, volcanic beaches, and vivid turquoise waters; it also produces ...

These Macadamia Nuts are Empowering Kenyan Farmers

At the base of Mount Kenya, the volcanic soil is orange-red and rich with nutrients. Small-scale farmers have grown macadamia nuts in this region since the 1970s, but they haven’t always received a fair price for their buttery, crunchy, nutrient-rich product.

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