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.

OTHER CLEAN EATING SHOPPING LISTS

CLEAN EATING GROCERY LIST FOR SPROUTS MARKET:

FRESH PRODUCE

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.

  •  ALL FRESH PRODUCE

FROZEN PRODUCE

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

DAIRY

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.)

POULTRY

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.)

PORK

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

BEEF

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

NUTS AND NUT BUTTERS

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

BREADS

  • 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.)

GRAINS

  •  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.)

PANTRY ITEMS

  • 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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15 Comments

  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.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Anon – I really don’t know. They are a new store for me.

  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. The Gracious Pantry says:

      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.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Haley – Good to know! Thanks!

  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. The Gracious Pantry says:

      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. The Gracious Pantry says:

      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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