Reminder – Zaycon Beef Just $3.49 Per Pound

July 13, 2013 

 Reminder   Zaycon Beef Just $3.49 Per PoundChalis emailed to remind us that Zaycon is back with ground beef. I had already placed my order and will be grabbing a big box in just a couple of weeks.

I am just about out of ground beef and struggled if I wanted to grab a box right before we moved but I really need it. It’s going to be interesting having to move all of my food. I have to admit I am not looking forward to it…but we still have to eat and I’d rather grab a deal while I can.

Here are the details:

  • LFTB Free (no pink slime)
  • The beef cattle have a grass diet which is supplemented by grain after they reach approximately 700 pounds.
  • There are no hormones or antibiotics in the beef and it is 100% grown in the USA.
  • There are no chemicals, additives or water added to meat during processing.
  • Processed at a USDA-inspected, state-of-the-art plant employing strict operating protocols (including HACCP) and the highest in food-safety standards
  • Prior to processing, inspectors from the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service randomly sample cattle under a monitoring plan and perform testing for antibiotic residues.
  • USDA nutrition labeling standards defines “extra lean” and “lean” ground beef based on the lean/fat ratio. While not part of these guidelines, the term “super lean” is often used in the grocery sector to describe ground beef at the upper end of the “lean” category (i.e., “Zaycon Foods 93/7 Super Lean Ground Beef”). This ground beef product is 93% lean and 7% fat
  • Comes in a 40-lb case with four 10-lb chubs per case¬†
  • Just $3.49/lb

Head over and grab your case if you need it.

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4 Responses to “Reminder – Zaycon Beef Just $3.49 Per Pound”
  1. cj says:

    I don’t know how far you are moving. . . just in case it is in the same city
    I will share what we did. When moving a little while back, my hubby and friends, loaded our moving truck up. Then LAST, they unplugged and loaded our upright freezer. It was the last thing on the truck and the first thing OFF the truck. Worked great!! We rolled it right in the garage and plugged it right in. Less than an hour and it was closed up the whole time. Might have been even more like 30 minutes or so! : ) happy moving!!! It was so great to have my little bargain foods and not have to buy so much things since moving can get expensive.

    • Michelle says:

      That is a GREAT idea!! I actually wondered if I just locked the door and hoped for the best that I might be OK. I think I might actually just try it. My freezer has a key lock and a temp indicator…so I guess I could plug it in immediately and see what that temp is and make a decision from there. We are about 2 hrs away…I am not sure it would drop low enough for stuff to spoil in that amount of time??

      • renae says:

        I think I remember reading one time (when there was a snow storm many years ago) that as long as you keep the door closed on freezer food will be OK for up 48 hours if the freezer is full and a little less if not.

  2. Alison says:

    If your freezer is relatively full and the meat is on the bottom it will last, unplugged, for quite a few hours without losing temperature. Happy move!

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