Healthy, organic, natural foods: discounted & delivered web Wholesale Organics — a revolutionary new online company and branch of Live Green — launched, fittingly, on Earth Day 2017. The digital marketplace offers over 7,000 healthy, eco-friendly products to choose from at 20–50% off. Every product, every day. And if you spend over $79 per order, shipping is free. In addition, a retail cash back portal allows shoppers to search for millions of products from over 500 top retailers at discounted prices. Search technology finds the lowest prices and gets users the most cash back credited towards future wholesale organic marketplace purchases, every time. With two ways to shop and save money, the opportunities are limitless!
New to the Gallatin Valley community, this truly amazing company offers affordable organics to everyone. Think Whole Foods meets Costco meets Amazon, with an emphasis on protecting and bettering our planet with every purchase. Membership to this online community provides a shopping experience highlighted by discounted organic products, a cash back retail program, and a commitment to protecting our planet — all without ever stepping foot in a store! Wholesale Organics is proudly partnered with Trees for the Future, an incredible organization dedicated to ending extreme hunger and poverty across Sub-Saharan Africa by revitalizing degraded lands. Through this partnership, 10 trees will be planted with every new membership and 1 for every purchase made. The organic market’s goal is to plant 20 million trees by 2020, supporting Trees’ mission to “Plant Trees. Feed Families. Change Lives.” Learn more about this organization at www.trees.org. Still curious about the wholesale organic marketplace? Live Green founders Pat Welsh and Tom Wood will visit Bozeman on Friday, May 19th at the C’mon Inn, 6139 E. Valley Center Rd., beginning at 7pm. The community is invited to come listen as these visionary trailblazers share their passionate commitment to making the world a healthier place. After all, “a good planet is hard to find, so let’s take care of this one.” For further details and membership information, visit www.wholesaleorganics.net. •