Raw Almond Prices DOWN! + many pantry staples, in our Group Buy kicking off today!

If you haven’t participated in the GreenSmoothieGirl Group Buy before…you’re in for a treat!

We get you some pantry staples that no one serious about their nutrition and wellness should be without. And almond prices are DOWN! Walnuts too. (When does THAT happen?)

Truly raw almonds are NOT available in stores. In this short video, I explain why. (You can buy “raw” in the sense that they’re not roasted.) These almonds we get you aren’t just FRESH, a few weeks out of the tree, but they’re also:

  • Raw Almonds available in our Group BuyUNPASTEURIZED (California state law requires all of the state’s nuts sold to retailers to be pasteurized–killing the life force, or enzymes, inside), and
  • NON-FUMIGATED (our rancher freezes them, instead, to make sure there are no pests)

You can purchase anytime for JUST your family at a great price, or, gather a group order order with your health-loving friends, and many of our group buy coordinators get their OWN order for FREE. (You get a small markup, using our online form.) If your order is 1,000 pounds, your shipping is FREE. It’s very easy to gather an order from friends and family, because everyone needs food! Check out the Group Buy page here.

Our group buy features lots of other items you’ll want in your healthy pantry, at a very special price, including:

  • Raw/organic coconut sugar
  • Raw/organic agave nectar
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Organic, unrefined coconut oil
  • Organic, unrefined palm oil (fabulous for popcorn!)
  • Walnuts (price way down!)
  • Cashews
  • Organic quinoa
  • Organic chia (1 Tbsp in a glass of water: hunger GONE in 15 mins!)
  • Dry peanut butter (1/3 the fat, long shelf life)
  • GreenSmoothieGirl products at Buy 2, Get 1 (wow!)
    – Ultimate Minerals
    – PreZymePro (digestive enzymes, prebiotic, probiotic in one)
    – GardenVites (12 raw greens, veggies, fruits covering your vitamin needs)
    – Superfood Greens, Reds, and Chocolate Greens (just add cold water = delicious raw, organic whole plant foods in your day)
    – Raw, Organic, Vegan Protein (Natural, Vanilla, Chocolate, Berry)

If you are a group organizer, we highly recommend you take a look at the Group Buy store and take note of the quantities of GreenSmoothieGirl products, because several of them will sell out.

This is the EARLIEST we’ve ever launched the group buy, and it ends on Nov. 30, so you’ve got plenty of time to get your group order in. Please inform all those in your group buy that we may not ship until Dec. 1 or later, but you will have your order well before Christmas.

Earlier orders have the highest likelihood of getting all the GreenSmoothieGirl-proprietary products they wanted!

You’re welcome to order for just your household, or our forms for group buy organizers can be found on the Group Buy page. Remember, ordering closes on Nov. 30.

This is our 10th year of the group buy! Thanks for being part of the GreenSmoothieGirl mission, to take America back from the Standard American Diet, one family at a time.

14 thoughts on “Raw Almond Prices DOWN! + many pantry staples, in our Group Buy kicking off today!

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  1. There’s no way to get enough people where I’m from to buy 1000 lbs…so my question is how much is shipping for the 30 lbs honey to Indiana?

  2. I’m putting together my order and have a question about flax seeds. Flax seeds are $1.40 per lb in the group buy versus Royn’s packaged sprouted flax seeds which are $13.33 per lb. She states in the bulk flax seeds that you can germinate your flax seeds in a few hours to release the nutritional benefits. Would that be just as good as buying the sprouted flax?
    Also, my sister said she found coupons for senior citizens on your site, and I have never seen them. Does GSG have coupons and if so, can they be applied to the group buy?

    1. Hi Judy! We don’t have senior citizen coupons. Good thing for us to think about for the future, maybe having them send their DL photo to customer support or something. Unfortunately, with the Group Buy there IS no profit margin anyway. As for the sprouted flax, we buy organic and have it sprouted, dehydrated without heat, ground, and packaged in smaller units in dark bags to prevent oxidation, in Canada….which isn’t cheap. YES you could do that. Most people just WON’T. (Same reason why the fast food industry makes billions of dollars. 😉 If you’re willing to sprout daily and toss it in your smoothie, that’ll work! (Drying it will be too much work, just put it in the smoothie. Will THICKEN it a lot! Use extra water.)

  3. How long do the almonds last? Do they need to be stored in the freezer or refrigerator? A friend of mine wants to place an order but it will depend of the shelf life of the almonds. Thanks!

    1. Hi Margaret, you can just order like anything else, and pay the shipping. Or, you can organize a buying group, get together 1,000 pounds at the marked-up price, and get FREE SHIPPING, and your part of that order will likely end up being free!

  4. I’ve been buying raw almonds from your group buy for 6 or 7 years, and love them. But a friend raised a question. He mentioned that he had been “scammed” more than once. I have always felt like Robyn is a woman of integrity. I have been following her for several years and really feel like she is the “real deal”. How can you be sure these raw almonds are truly unpasteurized? BTW I discovered green smoothies from your book 7 years ago when I was going through cancer treatment. They were the catalyst to living a life of health and nutrition. Not only for me, but for all my family. Thank you!!!

    1. Shelley, good question, and I think this troubles ALL of us…..we cannot peer into the supply chain, we do not know everything about what we’re buying, and frankly, even the people selling the product know very little about it, from personal experience, often! In THIS case, though, it’s pretty easy. We know Jim, the rancher, really well. We’ve worked with him all year, for 8 years, he’s come to my lectures, and I believe and trust him. He’s a multiple-generation family-owned ranch, and this is not a big corporate organization, and Jim is SO not an “operator.” Short of your driving to the ranch and inspecting it and calling all their certifying agencies…..that’s the best I can do. I really trust him and he’s served us well even when he could have harmed us. He’s really gone to the mat to help in a few of our group buys when some challenge arose. He’s just a wonderful guy.

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