Clean Eating Grocery List For Sprouts Market

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Do you need a clean eating grocery list for Sprouts market?

Sprouts just opened up near my mom’s home town. So when I stayed with her after she had heart surgery, I did a little investigating in this store. It’s kind of a cross between Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s. I can see why people like it. All the variety, but not as big of a dent in the wallet at checkout.

Please keep in mind that the prices listed can vary greatly by region. Also, please note that this is a combination of what I know to be available in my area, and what I actually buy. This is not an all inclusive list. Just a place to start. I tried to include a variety of both organic and non-organic items.

This Clean Eating Grocery List For Sprouts market article offers a printable shopping list for Sprouts market. The image shows a container of grown, green sprouts on a white background.

PLEASE NOTE: The Sprouts I was in had a very large bulk section. Bulk section selections vary by area. Bulk is typically a good way to save money, so be sure to check there first for things like whole grains, beans and nuts.




Tip: When choosing non-organic produce, opt for thicker skinned produce so that you peel off most of the pesticides with the peel or skin.



  •  BERRIES – Various types, no sugar added ($3.49 – 10 ounce bag / $4.49 – 12 ounce bag)


Tip: Dairy is always best purchased organic. But not everyone can afford it. If not, buy the best you can afford.

  • MILK – Conventional ($3.49  – 1 gallon)
  • MILK – Organic ($6.89 – 1 gallon)
  • YOGURT – Greek Gods brand, plain Greek yogurt ($3.59 – 24 oz.)
  • YOGURT – Straus brand, plain, regular ($3.99 – 32 0z.)
  • COTTAGE CHEESE – Conventional ($2.69 – 16 oz.)
  • COTTAGE CHEESE – Organic ($4.99 – 16 oz.)


Tip: Again, organic is best. But buy the best you can afford.

  • CHICKEN – Various cuts ($3.41 – $5.49 per pound)
  • TURKEY – Zacky Farms brand, Lean, ground, free-range ($4.99 per pound)
  • EGGS – Various types ($1.99 to $5.99 per dozen)
  • CHICKEN BROTH – Imagine brand, low sodium ($3.99 – 32 oz.)
  • CHICKEN BROTH – Imagine brand ($3.39 – 32 oz.)


  •  CHOPS – Lean cut, boneless ($2.99 per pound)


  • LEAN BEEF – Various cuts ($2.99 – $3.99 per pound)


  •  PEANUT BUTTER – Torn brand ($3.99 – 14 oz.)


  • SLICED BREAD – Sprouts brand ($3.79 to $3.99 – 1 loaf)
  • SLICED BREAD – Ezekiel brand ($4.99 to 5.99 – 1 loaf)
  • SLICED BREAD – Alvarado Street Bakery brand ($4.99 – 1 loaf)
  • TORTILLAS – Ezekiel brand ($3.99 – 12 oz.)


  •  PUFFED GRAINS (CEREAL) – Arrowhead Mills brand, various grains ($1.79 – 6 oz bag)
  • OATS – Bob’s RedMill brand, gluten free certified ($6.49 – 32 oz.)
  • OATS – Bob’s RedMill brand, rolled oats ($4.99 – 32 oz.)
  • PASTA – Natures Legacy brand, spelt penne ($2.79 – 8 oz.)
  • PASTA – Antolina whole wheat pasta ($1.59 – 12 oz.)
  • RICE – brown ($1.99 – 32 oz. bag)
  • RICE – brown, jasmine ($2.99 – 32 oz.)


  • SALSA – Sprouts brand ($2.99 – 16 oz)
  • VEGETABLES – Sprouts brand, canned, various types, no sugar added ($1.19 – 15 oz.)
  • TOMATO PASTE – Bionaturae brand, organic ($2.79 – 7 oz.)
  • TOMATO PASTE – Delallo brand ($0.99 – 6 oz.)
  • TOMATO SAUCE – Muir Glen brand, no salt ($1.99 – 15 oz.)
  • MARINARA – Rao’s brand ($7.99 – 24 oz.)
  • PASTA SAUCE – Monte Bene brand, several varieties ($5.99 – 24 oz.)
  • PIZZA SAUCE – Muir Glen brand, canned ($1.79 – 15 oz.)
  • BAKE-DRIED APPLES – Bare Fruit brand ($3.49 – 2.6 oz.)
  • FRUIT SPREAD (JAM/JELLY) – Sorrell Ridge brand 100% fruit spread ($3.29 – 10 oz.)
  • FRUIT SPREAD (JAM/JELLY) – St. Dalfour brand  100% fruit spread ($3.99 – 10 oz.)
  • XANTHAN GUM – Bob’s RedMill brand ($12.99 – 8 oz.)
  • GUAR GUM – Bob’s RedMill brand ($4.69 – 8 oz.)
  • ARROWROOT – Bob’s RedMill brand ($5.99 – 20 oz.)
  • COCONUT SUGAR – Madhava brand ($6.29 – 16 oz.)
  • PINEAPPLE – Canned ($1.49 – 20 oz.)
  • MANGO – Canned, organic ($3.79 – 14 oz.)
  • APPLE SAUCE – Sprouts brand ($3.49 – 24 oz.)
  • GREEN TEA – Bigelow brand, Organic ($3.49 – 20 bags)

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I'm Tiffany, a writer for MSN and the AP Newswire, a cookbook author, digital publisher, food lover, and mom. I create healthy, clean eating recipes for everyday living.

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  1. Page La Rue says:

    Thank you for the list! I can’t wait for our Sprouts Market to open in the Tulsa, OK. I love your blog and all of your useful info! God bless 🙂

  2. Thanks for this…we have a Sprouts opening in our area next week!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Is this Sprouts, as in, once was Henry’s? Because in our town Sprouts is still Henry’s.

  4. Another tip for Sprouts: Their ads overlap on Wednesdays, so you get to take advantage of 2 weeks of specials. Also, they frequently have Gluten-Free sale days, so all gluten-free products (besides produce) are like 10% OFF. This includes stuff that is normally gluten-free like pasta sauce. I think its an awesome place to shop!

  5. D. Hamilton says:

    To Anonymous asking about Henry’s… yes, it is the same. I think, mostly all Henry’s will be switching to the Sprouts name eventually.

  6. One word of caution on the bulk bins at Sprouts. I have gotten pantry moths from nuts bought there. I still shop there, but freeze the few items I buy from the bulk section for at least 48 hours. Don’t buy much in bulk there because the moth thing freaks me out!!

  7. Hello. Well today I made my first visit to Sprouts Farmers Market. It just opened here in Katy, Texas. I LOVED it! I purchased fresh fruits and veggies, organic fat free milk, Sprouts Salsa, organic canned black beans and also organic chili beans. I have been reading your website since yesterday and know converting to clean eating will be done in small steps. I am hoping I will be able to transition smoothly. I am still confused by “clean eating” but will continue to do research. Thanks!

    1. Langa – It will take some time to get the hang of it, but it certainly sounds like you’re off to a great start!

  8. We have a Sprouts here (used to be Sunflower market), and I LOVE it! I typically buy my produce and chicken there, and sometimes the big cartons of yogurt (when it’s on sale). I like their bulk section, but I find that Winco has better prices on bulk items, like whole wheat pastry flour and quinoa.

  9. Hi there,
    I’m new to clean eating and your website has been great!! I was wondering if you have used any of the “Simply Balanced” products found at Target.

    1. Marbella – No, sorry. I don’t even know what they are. But if you’d like to share a link to the products in question (their ingredient lists), I can tell you.

  10. I see that you have Xanthan Gum listed. I’ve been doing so much research on this and have not found a definitive answer as to whether or not it’s “clean”. Because it’s processed I’ve been trying to avoid it, but I’m also trying to be as gluten-free as possible, so it’s difficult to avoid. Can you help clarify? Thanks!

    1. Kathryn – I haven’t looked into it much. When I first tried it, everything I read said it was natural and clean. But lately, I’ve been reading otherwise. So I can’t really say definitively either. I will say that typically, you use such a small amount of it, that it’s probably not going to be a big deal one way or the other. But it’s all up to you and how rigid you want to be with this. There are a few “gray areas” in clean eating simply because it hasn’t been researched yet. I’ll try to look into it further.

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