Zaycon Foods Review

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We are a privately owned company based in the state of Washington. The company was founded in 2009 to bring fresh meats and other products direct to consumers at wholesale prices. The founders have extensive experience in sales, business management and the grocery industry
Core Values
We have four values that have formed the foundation of our operations since the inception of the company. These are:
• Integrity
• Teamwork
• Exceptional Customer Service and
• “No Sacred Chickens” (a tongue-in-cheek phrase for how we deal with issues)

If your family is like mine, you probably eat chicken multiple nights a week.  It is our preferred meat.  When my local grocery store has a sale I stock up, because we go through it so fast.   I then have to lug home frozen bags of chicken breasts that weigh a ton.  What else is there to do?

There is now Zaycon Foods.  This is the way it works.   Zaycon Foods have a sales event in locations across the nation.  At these sales events you can purchase a selection of bulk products including- chicken, turkey, pork, beef, fish, and various varieties of fresh fruit.  These products come from the processor straight to your door.  This means that these items are fresh.  They have NOT been previously frozen.  Simple, fresh, food in bulk.  It’s that simple.

I received 40lbs of chicken to review.  Yes, you heard that correctly 40lbs of chicken.  I did mention it came in bulk.  The guys at Zaycon Foods personally delivered my box of chicken, but unfortunately I could not be there when they were passing through my town.  (See my review of the Hampton Inn & Suites in Eagan, MN).   So I had them drop it off at some friends of mine.  My friends who were kind enough to take in my 40lbs of chicken also received a 40lbs box too.   Did they order it?  Nope, Zaycon Foods gave them a box of chicken, because the box had been smashed up a bit.  Smashed box, perhaps some slightly smashed chicken.  My friends were more than thrilled to receive 40lbs of chicken.  While I was delighted to find out that my friends had received chicken also, I found this experience to be very insightful.  This moment is definitely a herald to the dedication of customer satisfaction that Zaycon Foods proclaims.  I am impressed.  Indeed only quality products will be sold.  I can personally attest to this standard.

Okay, now that you are excited to purchase chicken from Zaycon Foods don’t make the mistake that I did.  Because I could not be there when they delivered it, my chicken was immediately frozen- as is.  Oh, dear.  I have forty pounds of frozen chicken all together- stuck.  If you purchase from their local sales event plan ahead to take care of the chicken BEFORE you freeze it.  There is a little bit of work involved.  The chicken breasts need to be split and some slight fat removed, but nothing too dramatic.  And did I mention they are huge!  Check out the picture below.  This is actually two chicken breasts, but it looks like four! Also notice the little bit of fat trimming that is required.

Also check out this short video from DEALicious Finds about how to properly take care of the chicken once you purchase it.

So I’m sure you are wondering how much does 40lbs of fresh chicken cost?  (By the way the chicken is 100% natural with no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients.) You can purchase 40 lb. case of chicken for only $1.59/lb. ($63.60/case).   Yes, you read that correctly.  Cheaper than most deals you can find at the grocery store.  And you don’t need to keep lugging home frozen chicken bags.  Most families will be set for a while with 40lbs of chicken in the house.  But you can even purchase more than one case at a time if you really want to stock up.

 

Currently Zaycon Foods does not have a sales event in Minnesota:(  Check here to see if it is available in your area.  However, I CAN request that a sale be started in my area.

 

I received a case of chicken for review purposes, however all opinions are my own.

 

Comments

  1. Barbara Pickar says

    Please add more to Minnesota (I am SE of cities), but Rochester is over an hour away.

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