Monty Reed and Stacy Reed

Your Independent Consultant

As many of you know storing food for an emergency or disaster  has become more necessary than ever.  We had been looking for emergency foods and supplies we could use for daily use and for long term storage. 
We found Thrive Life (Formerly Shelf Reliance) and quickly realized this was it!  After sampling the amazing food, as well as realizing there was an opportunity to assist others in preparedness, we were in. 
Our goal is to raise awareness and help individuals, churches, and groups of people be prepared when the inevitable happens.
We live just north of Seattle, WA.
We have two teenage children who also love the food.
Please contact us to set up a demonstration and sample some amazing food for your home, church or office.

We specialize in the "Party by Mail" where we can send you some free samples so you can hosta tasting party.

Monty and Stacy Reed
206-250-5639

Our plan is: to be prepared and help our neighborhood, church and community to be prepared so we can all work together in an emergency and THRIVE.

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Amazon Fresh vs Thrive Life Fresher Than Fresh

June 4, 2016

Amazon Fresh vs Thrive Life Fresher Than Fresh by Monty K Reed 

Amazon Fresh is fast, convenient, affordable and easy to use.  Most of the people I have talked to who use Amazon Fresh just LOVE it.  I even talked with someone who works at one of the warehouses who shared how clean the facility was and how everyone made sure the food looked good as well as being fresh.  

Enjoy this video: https://youtu.be/VtZqoxZe1-g

 

I personally have over 2000 customers who love the Thrive products.  The company has over 100k customers.  I know more people using Thrive grocery delivery and love it.  (The Thrive Life monthly shipment is called the Q).  Most of our Thrive customers start with only half of their monthly budget delivered so they average a $500 monthly shipment.    

Amazon Fresh: 

Online, Quick, Savings, Delivered and it is Fresh.  

Cost to join $299.        Annual Fee:  $299

Available in: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Seattle

No Free Samples

Most produce is picked rock hard and green so it will survive the shipping process.  Just before it arrives at the Amazon warehouse the produce is sprayed with an ethylene gas that changes the color due to a naturally occurring hormone in the gas.  (This gas comes from other produce that is ripening, it is captured and then sprayed on unripened produce to change the color in a process called "Coloring Up".)  Amazon is estimated to have over $15 billion in annual food sales. 

Thrive:

Online, Quick, Savings, Delivered, Fresher than Fresh.       

Cost to join $79 (Free if you order $100 per month or more)

Annual Fee: $19.95 or FREE if monthly orders are over $100 per month.

Available: All Cities in All States in the USA, All of Canada, All of Japan, All of Puerto Rico.

NON GMO, NO Additives, No Preservatives, No additives.  The only thing in the food is the food.  

FREE Grocery Club: Earn up to $125 per month in Free groceries every month: www.FreeGroceryClub.com 

Free Samples available for your own Tasting Party.

Monthly Shipments called the Q: Three Shopping Carts online to handle current and future shipments.  These are great to use when planning a future event such as a party, wedding, picnic, camping trip and even for catering.  

Thrive produce is picked when it is ripe and freeze dried the same day to lock in flavor, color and nutrition.  Groceries are $4 Trillion annually in the USA.  Amazon has captured over $15 billion and Thrive has only $75 million in sales.  Thrive is still small and growing.  Amazon has hundreds of customer service reps available to assist customers with orders.  Thrive has individual consultants that will take care of each customer as well as a full customers service staff that is also available.  

References:

http://www.ibtimes.com/future-e-grocery-amazon-amzn-fresh-retains-lead-startups-jump-1549969

https://www.foodinstitute.com/test/futureshockslides.pdf

http://www.thekitchn.com/food-science-ethylene-gas-130275

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AmazonFresh

 



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