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Thrive Market

At Thrive Market,  you'll find the best-selling 3,000 health and wellness products from the top 400 natural brands on the market at 25 to 50% below traditional retail prices. Simply, it's the stuff you want, at prices you can afford.

At Thrive Market, only the highest-quality, non-GMO, certified organic, and natural products, gets picked. You'll find food, vitamins, supplements, home goods, cleaning supplies, body care, beauty staples, and more—all from brands that uphold the values of health, sustainability, and premium quality. And there's no bulk sizing here. Thrive Market is the simple solution that empowers us all to live well, do good, and thrive together.

Kur Bars - No Sweeteners, No Syrups, No Soy. Simply Scandinavian!  

With absolutely no added sweeteners or syrups, Kur™ is naturally sweetened with organic sun-kissed dates and mixed with 100% raw nuts and cacao. The pure and simple philosophy behind Kur™ truly represents its Scandinavian principles:

Premium Quality Simple Ingredients

Healthy & DeliciousWell-designed – Inside & Out

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A stroll down the pet food aisle at the local pet store can be overwhelming. The shelves are full of countless brands all claiming to have the best formulations for your furry friend. Many brands are now selling "natural" and organic lines in order to attract discerning shoppers who are concerned about finding the healthiest food for their pets. So which brands truly deliver?

Natura Karma
Natura's entire line of pet foods is truly remarkable, but its Karma organic line for dogs is even better. Made from over 95 percent certified organic ingredients, Karma is made of organic chicken and a variety of organic whole grains. It also contains no wheat, soy or corn.

Natura's manufacturing process is also quite impressive, as the food must undergo over 100 quality-control checks before being shipped to stores. Natura also utilizes unique cooking and processing techniques that cook the food as gently as possible, preserving more natural nutrients than most other brands. This is noteworthy because most pet foods are cooked at extreme temperatures which strip them of most of their nutrients and enzymes.

The company is also highly committed to sourcing only the best ingredients available. It uses no artificial chemicals or preservatives, and its products do not contain ethoxyquin.

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Castor & Pollux Organix
Another excellent organic dry pet food is the Castor & Pollux Organix line of pet foods. The first ingredient in every Castor & Pollux dry food is certified organic, free-range chicken. Most of the ingredients are organic and the ones that are not are still reviewed and approved by an organic certifying agency.

Like PetGuard, none of the Castor & Pollux Organix products contain any ethoxyquin, and they are free of common allergens like corn and wheat. Some of the formulas do contain organic soybean seeds, however, so make sure your pet is not allergic to them before buying.

My dog happens to love Castor & Pollux Organix canned chicken formulas more than any other brand I have tried thus far. And I feel good knowing that the ingredients are mostly organic and do not include dangerous chemicals and preservatives.

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Purrfect Play - pet toys

No synthetic or reprocessed plastics, dye and toxin free, fresh certified organic catnip.

Made in the USA - Sustainable and fair trade and 5% ofannual sales shared with rescues

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West Paw Design - offer pillow beds made from cotton that has been grown free from pesticides and chemical fertilizers and all of our cat toys feature U.S. grown organic catnip – offering a healthy alternative for your best friend and the environment.  West Paw Design promise to do all the can to reduce waste in products and manufacturing methods.

Cesar Millan  - you just gotta love this little mexican "pack leader".

Cesar have two missions -  One is to confront the global issue of canine abandonment by giving “unadoptable” dogs a second chance at life. The other is to teach us dog owners how to be a pack leader, and achieve balance and harmony with ou dogs.

“I rehabilitate dogs. I train people.” —Cesar Millan