How to Get 100% Grass-Fed, Farm Raised Meat (and Fish) For a Fraction of the Cost
And learn about the farms and farmers supplying your next meal.
If you've been on the hunt for delicious, affordable, and top-quality meats from trusted farms (that you can learn all about), you've come to the right place. Enter: FarmFoods. It's a meat delivery site that goes a few steps further to ensure that you, the consumer, know exactly where your meat is coming from, the principles of the farmers raising it, and the price points (which will definitely not break the bank).
FarmFoods' ethos is simple: Let the consumer decide what they want after arming themselves with as much knowledge as possible. They forgo fancy advertising and marketing gimmicks so that prices can stay low and you get the best protein possible. And they have no doubt you'll love the results. Here are some of the best sales happening right now.
Price: $99 for 8-10lbs of beef
What you're getting: Less common beef cuts totaling 8-10 pounds and containing 6 different cuts from ones like top sirloin, brisket, Osso Bucco, London broil, sirloin tri-tip, and more.
Price: $129 for 7lbs of bacon
What you're getting: 7lbs of cured heritage pork bacon from pastured, hormone free heritage pigs brought up on a nutritious all-vegetarian diet (forage and feed).
Price: $99 for 5lbs of wild salmon
What you're getting: Wild salmon that comes from Tony and Heather's certified sustainable fishery where they fish from their own boat named “the Oly” in Alaska. No artificial colors, hormones, or chemicals.
Price: $99 for 13lbs
What you're getting: One large whole chicken (5lbs), about 3 pounds of chicken breast medallions, and about 3 pounds of chicken thighs. All from chickens that are fed a hormone-free, all-natural diet whilst living on small family farms.
Price: $139 for 60 items
What you're getting: 40 quarter-pound grass-fed and finished hamburger patties and 20 large sausage links (~quarter pound each).
These are just a few highlighted sales. They have a LOT more over at FarmFoods (and pretty much offer every type of meat you could want). While you're there, read all about the farms and get to know the people providing your next meal.