Our products come in many different package sizes. Because of this, it can be difficult to compare prices. We sell many of our products in larger, bulk packages, which translates into cheaper prices for our customers. Traditional drugstores, supermarkets, and discount retailers typically don't buy large pack sizes due to shelf space limitations.
So, when comparing our prices to those of other retailers, you should compare the "per-unit" cost of our products to the alternatives. Our prices are some of the most competitive you will find anywhere, especially when you figure in our super-fast shipping speed.
Types of Products We Sell & Additional Requests
Our sites are focused on offering the best selection of products for mom, whether she's shopping for her baby, her family, or her pet. Everything we sell is listed on our websites. We welcome additional suggestions of products and brands you would like us to carry. Just shoot us an email.
How Do You Decide What To Carry on Vine Market?
Before VineMarket.com carries a product, we review the description provided by the vendor to determine that its materials and ingredients are organic, natural or made mostly from sustainable materials, or that the product is energy efficient, reusable, or designed to remove toxins.
Qualifying products must be at least one of the following:
3. Designed to Remove Toxins
4. Energy Efficient
5. Made Mostly from Sustainable Materials
Here's a glossary of terms you may come across as you shop products on VineMarket.com. An asterisk in front of a term indicates this is one of the criteria we use to curate our selection. Products on our site must meet at least one of these criteria to be included.
Free of the 8 Major Food Allergens
Products where the 8 major food allergens -- peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, fish, or shellfish -- are not included in their manufacturers' ingredient lists. This list of major allergens was defined as part of the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004. Keep in mind that some products may be processed in facilities that also process peanuts and tree nuts.
Peanuts and tree nuts are not included in the product manufacturer's ingredient list. Keep in mind that some peanut free products may be processed in facilities that also process peanuts and/or tree nuts.
Made in a Nut-Free Facility
Peanuts and tree nuts are not included in the product manufacturer's ingredient list and the manufacturer claims that the product is made in facilities that do not process other foods made with peanuts or tree nuts. Please contact the product manufacturer with questions regarding the processing facilities.
Peanuts are not included in the product manufacturer's ingredient list. Keep in mind that some peanut free products may be processed in facilities that also process peanuts.
Made in a Peanut-Free Facility
Peanuts are not included in the product manufacturer's ingredient list and the manufacturer claims that the product is made in facilities that do not process other foods made with peanuts. Please contact the product manufacturer with questions regarding the processing facilities.
Tree Nut Free
Tree nuts are not included in the product manufacturer's ingredient list. Tree nuts include, but are not limited to, almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, Brazil nuts, pistachios, and walnuts. Keep in mind that some products may be processed in facilities that also process tree nuts.
Made in a Tree Nut-Free Facility
Tree nuts are not included in the product manufacturer's ingredient list, and the manufacturer claims that the product is made in facilities that do not process other foods made with tree nuts. Tree nuts include, but are not limited to, almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, Brazil nuts, pistachios, and walnuts. Please contact the product manufacturer with questions regarding the processing facilities.
Indicates a product that, according to the manufacturer's ingredient list, does not include a gluten-containing grain (e.g., spelt, wheat), an ingredient derived from a gluten-containing grain that has not been processed to remove gluten (e.g., wheat flour), or an ingredient derived from a gluten-containing grain that has been processed to remove gluten (e.g., wheat starch) if the use of that ingredient results in the presence of 20 parts per million (ppm) or more of gluten in the product. Also, any unavoidable presence of gluten in the food must be less than 20 ppm. Gluten is a type of protein found in all types of wheat (including farina, graham flour, semolina, and durum), barley, rye, bulgur, kamut, kasha, matzo meal, spelt, and triticale. Oats may also contain gluten.
Products that are made without milk or milk derivatives according to their manufacturers' ingredient lists. This includes milk, lactose, whey, casein, butter, cream, cheese, and more.
Products that are made without egg or egg derivatives according to their manufacturers' ingredient lists. This includes albumen, egg (dried, powdered, solids, white, yolk), eggnog, lysozyme, mayonnaise, meringue (meringue powder), ovalbumin, and surimi.
Products that are made without soy according to their manufacturers' ingredient lists. This includes soy, edamame, miso, natto, shoyu, soya, soybean (curd, granules), soy protein, soy sauce, tamari, tempeh, textured vegetable protein (TVP), tofu, and more.
Products that do not contain animal flesh, fish, fowl, eggs, honey, animal milk and its derivatives, or any other ingredients derived wholly or in part from animals.
Products that are prepared in accordance with Jewish Dietary Laws and for which the manufacturer has obtained a Kosher certification granted by a 3rd-party agency.
The entire product or package must completely decompose within one year using commonly practiced disposal methods. Products that can go down the drain (shampoo, detergent) are considered biodegradable only if they will degrade in wastewater treatment facilities. Solid materials are considered biodegradable only if they will break down into small pieces within one year if left uncovered in sunlight. NOTE: Products disposed of in landfills or at recycling plants do not qualify as biodegradable on our site because those locations do not present conditions where decomposition can occur within one year.
Cruelty-Free products have not been directly tested on animals. Many American companies have taken the initiative to test their products humanely and will not use ingredients from suppliers who engage in animal testing. All products we identify as Cruelty-Free comply with Leaping Bunny or PETA standards, meaning animal testing was eliminated from all stages of product development.
*Designed to Remove Toxins
These products are specifically designed to purify air or water. We believe they contribute to a healthier home by reducing toxins in the air or water. Examples include water filters and HEPA filters.
These products are either ENERGY STAR qualified or specifically designed to promote energy conservation. Examples include programmable thermostats and CFL light bulbs. According to the ENERGY STAR program, qualified products use 10 to 50% less energy than average, non-rated products in the same category.
Indicates a product made of 100% non-GMO ingredients. A genetically modified organism (GMO) is most commonly understood to mean a crop plant whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques.
*Made Mostly from Sustainable Materials:
Indicates a product is made with at least 50% materials that are rapidly renewable, responsibly harvested or require no new raw materials in their manufacture. Examples include mechanically-processed bamboo, cork, wool, soy, hemp, organic cotton, corn-based plastic, sustainably-harvested wood or recycled, reclaimed, reused or upcycled materials.
Grocery Products & Nutritional Supplements: These products are made primarily of natural ingredients with minimal processing. Natural ingredients are extracted directly from plants or animal products as opposed to being produced synthetically. These products do not contain any substances on ourBanned Ingredients List.
Personal Care, Beauty, Cleaning & Baby Care Products: These products are made primarily of plant-based, naturally-derived and non-petroleum ingredients, pure essential oils and gentle preservatives. They do not contain any substances on our Banned Ingredients List.
These products are made with at least 95% organic ingredients or materials. Organic means that they are produced without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, antibiotics, hormones, genetically modified organisms or radiation.
These products reduce waste by promoting reuse. If possible, we will include reusable products that are made from sustainable materials.
Fair Trade certification requires producers to be fairly compensated for their products and labor. Fair Trade certification also promotes environmentally sound farming practices, safe working conditions and revenue for communities to reinvest in their own ongoing development. The requirements for Fair Trade certification can be found here.
Certified USDA Organic products, and their ingredients, are produced without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, antibiotics, hormones, genetically modified organisms or radiation. To obtain USDA Organic certification, a product must contain at least 95% certified organic ingredients. USDA standards can be found here.
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