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FarmFoods Review

The FarmFoods reviews brought me first to their website where they tell their story and it seems they are very concerned to provide their customers with high-quality meat at the most affordable price.

At the time of my writing this farm foods market review, FarmFoods works with 6 farms that all raise their beef in a natural way and only feed them grass or hay.

When a veterinarian is needed, to give some type of medicine, the animals will be sold as regular beef and no longer as natural and grass-fed. I like that Idea.

I read on their website that they strongly believe in the fact that our food has become anonymous and that we should know where our food is coming from as our ancestors did. I agree with that.

What meat can you buy at FarmFoods?

What I like and found in this FarmFoods meat review part is that they do not offer only the standard meats but a few more than others do not carry in their stores. They offer:

  • Beef
  • Pork
  • Chicken
  • Salmon

The farm foods market Salmon is Wild Caught Alaska Salmon from the certified farm of Tony and Heater wood in Alaska. The Salmon is deep-frozen right after being processed and vacuum-sealed.

Farmfoods Box Plan

Farmfoods now offer a box plan with subscription option and I think this new option is a nice way to save money on your meat purchases.

They offer the following boxes.

  • All beef large
  • All beef regular
  • Fish Box
  • Mixed box large
  • Mixed box regular
  • Beef and Chicken box
  • Beef and Pork box

Here is an example of the all beef large box and what is in it.

  • 4x Grass-fed Ground Beef 80/20
  • 4x Grass-Fed Beef New York Steak (boneless)
  • 2x Grass-Fed Beef Rib Eye Steak (boneless)
  • 4x Grass-Fed Beef Osso Bucco
  • 8x Grass-Fed Beef Top Sirloin Steak

The total weight of the meat in the box is 22 Lbs and is recommended for a medium-size family and comes with free shipping.

FarmFoods Shipping method

The Farmfoods delivery works fairly standard to order your beef, pork, chicken, or Salmon.

  • Find your meat
  • Checkout
  • Wait for delivery

Shipping is done through UPS and the meat is kept frozen by using dry ice.

There is enough dry ice packed around the meat to last more than 12 hours after delivery.

The farmfoodsmarket meat is shipped on Monday and Thursday and will arrive in 2-3 days. The delivery is most of the time done in the afternoon.

I thought about giving you a list of all the cuts of grass-fed beef they have in their store but that would take up almost a whole page, so here is a short rundown.

Farmfoods Beef

  • Steaks
  • hamburger
  • Sausage
  • Roast
  • Ribs
  • Marrow bones
  • organ meat

FarmFoods Pork

  • Bacon
  • Ham
  • Tenderloin
  • Pork Belly
  • Pork chops
  • Spare ribs
  • Ground pork
  • Pork Butt
  • Pork shoulder
  • Marrow and neck bones
  • pork sausage

FarmFoods Chicken

The Chicken is raised outside on pastures all year round where they eat natural food like grass, bugs, seeds, and worms. Added to their food are locally milled conventional grains. This is probably not a non-GMO grain. It seems to me that the farmfoods frozen chicken is a well-sold item.

FarmFoods Salmon

As I mentioned above the Salmon is wild-caught in Alaska and after catching frozen in fillets that are 6 – 7 ounces and individually packed.

More FarmFoods choices

There are also a few combination packages available that contain top sirloin steak, two Salmon fillets, A whole chicken, and 3-pound ground beef.

My opinion about FarmFoods

After reading a lot about the idea and doing these FarmFoods reviews I can only say that I like their store and the story behind it.

Unfortunately, I have also found a number of negative opinions about them doing this farmfoodsmarket review. It seems that they had a problem getting adjusted to the higher number of orders because of the Coronavirus for a while.

I like the idea that they try to keep lean production and promotion to keep the prices as low as they can. This probably will result in some farm foods market discounts

It is important to know where Farmfoods meat comes from.

I looked at all the farms they get their meats from and read how they thought about natural beef and could not find anything I did not agree with.

I suggest that if you like to cook some healthy food on your grill, smoker, or even in your oven, have a look at the FarmFoods website.

FarmFoods best deals

There is always a farm foods market discount available and you can find them either on their website (Click here to go there) or sign up for their newsletter and get them delivered to your email box.

Thank you for reading this FarmFoods review and feel free to contact me with any questions you have.

More online meat buying options

There are several other stores that sell meat online and that was the reason for me to do also a Crowd Cow review to give you more options.

Once you start looking for those stores you find more of them and because of giving you more choices I also did a Snake River Farms review and this is also a nice option.

For the more adventurous grill person, I have discovered a store that sells all types of exotic meats. You can order Alligator meat, Kangaroo, Camel, Antelope, and more meats you maybe have never heard of. You can read my Fossil Farms review and see if you would like to give it a try.

I just finished the Porter Road review and this is another of the meat markets I can recommend.

For more luxury meats from all over the world, I suggest you have a look at my Carnivore Club review.

The store that sells grass-fed and finished beef and all other types of natural and sustainable raised meats you can find in my Butcher Box reviews.

The store that is also famous for selling steaks out of trucks all over the country is worth looking at in my Good Ranchers Ribeye review you can read all about that.

Happy grilling!

Eddie van Aken

Eddie van Aken has years of experience in running his full-service restaurant and with this came working with using and dealing with all types of kitchen equipment. With his experience, he is able to find all the pros and cons of grills and add them to the grill reviews he is doing. You can read more on the about page for Eddie van Aken

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