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Lentils from THRIVE

Why Thrive Lentils Are The Best

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Family Size (#10)
5.5 , 46 servings - ¼ cup each
Retail Price: USD 25.49

USD 25.49

USD 22.09

Pantry Can
1.41 , 15 servings - ¼ cup each
Retail Price: USD 11.79

USD 11.79

USD 10.19

Case (6 Cans)
33 , 276 servings - ¼ cup each
Retail Price: USD 144.79

USD 144.79

USD 125.89

Pantry Can (10 Pack)
14.1 , 150 servings - ¼ cup each
Retail Price: USD 113.79

USD 113.79

USD 98.89

40 , 378 servings - ¼ cup each
Retail Price: USD 82.99

USD 82.99

USD 72.09

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All prices in USD
Made with Lentils
THRIVE Lentil Soup

Lentils have been historically famous as a shelf-stable, nutritious food. THRIVE Lentils bring this versatile, nutritious food to your home, ready for inclusion in salads, soups, and potato dishes. Heaps of fiber and protein are found in every serving. With 46 servings that will last as long as 30 years, you'll be able to use THRIVE Lentils whenever you're ready. Comparatively short cook times and a reputation for nutrition and adaptability make this legume is a smart choice for your food storage needs.

  •  Certified gluten-free
  •  NO GMOs: no bioengineered ingredients
  •  NO artificial colors or flavors

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Closed: 30 years*
*Shelf life based on optimal storage conditions.


Serving Size: ¼ cup

Family Size (#10): 46 servings
Pantry Can: 15 servings
Pouch: No servings



All products are processed in facility that handles milk, egg, soy, wheat and tree nut products.

Country of origin: United States

Prep Instructions

Rinse lentils in a colander. Bring them to a boil in two times their volume of salted water. Reduce to a slow simmer and cook uncovered for 20-30 minutes, making sure lentils stay barely covered by water. Lentils will increase slightly in volume after cooking (by about 1/8).


Tips and More

  • Use in soups, stews, and salads for added texture, or substitute for rice as a bed for entrees.
  • Did you know you can make refried beans out of lentils? Just puree them after cooking like you would with pinto beans.


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