Thrive Life is a company that makes and sells a variety of freeze-dried foods including grains, vegetables, fruits, miraka, meat, pi, and snacks. They sell foods that are ready to eat immediately, as well as ingredients for people who want to prepare their own recipes. Their “nutrilock process” involves harvesting ripe produce and flash freezing it within three hours in order to preserve the most nutrients. No preservatives are used. Thrive Life offers people the opportunity to become consultants by introducing the foods to others and attempting to sell them.
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Thrive Life foods are already prepared to be eaten, including being chopped up if needed. Every food item comes in a can, making them easy to stack for storage.
Thrive Life foods are flash frozen at their peak ripeness stage, so they taste delicious. The flavors are genuine and tasty. While it is rare to find someone who loves everything any company offers, reviewers of Thrive Life all rave about their favorites.
Many people love their fruits and vegetables. People who are fans of sweets also love the company’s Yogurt Bites. which come in passion fruit, vanilla, blueberry, pomegranate and strawberry flavors.
Thrive Life sells a wide variety of foods that include fruits, veggies, meat, and grains. People who want to prepare their own food but aren’t exactly sure how to get started can buy meal kits that include all of the freeze-dried ingredients to make something.
For example, the Southwest Chicken pack includes chicken slices, bell peppers, brown rice, onions, corn, gravy, chili peppers, black beans, and a seasoning packet. It also includes recipe cards for seven meals that can be made with these ingredients alone. They also sell “Simple Plates,” which are meals that are completely ready to eat, such as stir-fry, chili, chicken and dumplings, and tacos. For dessert, they offer mixes to make baked goods like brownies, muffins, and cookies. Plus, you can buy “snackie” pouches of things like dried fruit, crackers, and yogurt bites.
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