Is anyone familiar with the Thrive brand freeze-dried foods and the Food for Health food kits? If so how, have you tried the products? If you have tried them what do you think?
Has anyone tested the Thrive products yet?They have good prices, among the cheapest I've seen. I don't have a Costco membership, but maybe it is possible to order from the second link you gave. I noticed they have one item no one else has: powdered WHOLE milk. Everyone else has powdered nonfat milk.
I also like Honeyville: Honeyville Premium Honeys and Jellies: Honeyville Honey, Flavored Whipped Honey, Jams, Jellies and Sauces from Durango, Colorado, the Land of Elk and Honey.
Lanahi I have ordered and tried some of the Thrive single ingredient products.The fruits and vegetables are not bad. The eggs are decent.Has anyone tested the Thrive products yet?
I have ordered from Shelf Reliance and you do not have to have a Costco membership. I had a good experience ordering from them but have not opened any cans from them yet, since they are for long term storage. I don't order entrees, just plain single ingredients such as freeze dried peas, strawberries, etc., so I doubt if those taste much different than other companies' products.