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Wild Fork’s high-quality meats are accessible, affordable, and offer some of the most interesting variety of any provider out there. Here’s why I made the switch from shopping at nearby supermarkets to using Wild Fork online.
1. The selection is superior
Wild Fork has more than 450 (yes, 450!) meat and seafood options to choose from when I shop online. With endless options such as pork, ribeye, lamb, chicken, shrimp, scallops, and even goat, there’s always something new to try. There are even some off the beaten path options like bison that I can cook at home. And it’s not like I always have to create these meats from scratch – there are plenty of ready-to-eat options, too!
2. I only buy what I need to get good prices
Finding affordable protein options that don’t come in bulk can seem impossible. When you live alone like me, that’s a problem. Countless times, I would buy several pounds of chicken breasts to get the deal and convince myself that I alone could eat the whole thing before it goes bad or I got bored of my food, but nope – that’s crazy talk. With Wild Fork, though, there’s no need to buy in bulk to save big! I’ve ditched big-box portions and avoided spoilage without going over budget.
3. Wild Fork meats are top quality
If there’s one thing that’s non-negotiable when it comes to meat, it’s quality. I aim for a steakhouse experience every time I cook, but that’s nearly impossible with supermarket or big-box meat. Not a problem with Wild Fork! All its meat is top-quality thanks to its blast-freezing process. Through this process, my meats are taken down to -40 degrees ASAP during processing, which locks in all their flavors, nutrients, and minerals until mealtime while keeping the meat extra fresh.
4. The pricing can’t be beat
High-quality meat usually has a large dollar sign behind it. At Wild Fork, you get the best of both worlds – quality and budget-friendliness. In fact, Wild Fork does weekly checks to ensure that its pricing is at or below market prices! Prices for top-quality meats loaded with flavor and nutrients have never been this reasonable.
5. Many products thaw in 30 minutes
Picture this: You’re gearing up to cook dinner, and after breaking out the indoor grill, you remember that you forgot to take the pack of ground beef out of the freezer last night – bummer. It’s happened to me! But Wild Fork’s convenient packaging means that half an hour in cold water is enough thaw time for many of the meats. Plus, there are many cook-from-frozen options. A tasty dinner is just around the corner!
6. It’s not a subscription box, so I can order on my own schedule
If there’s one thing I’m not a fan of, it’s subscription boxes, especially when it comes to meat. I’m just so tired of getting the same bundle of ground beef and chicken month after month. I want more variety! Wild Fork, though, lets me choose exactly which meats and portion sizes I want each time I buy. I’m no longer committed to anything other than the food I actually plan to eat!
7. Wild Fork ships directly to you
Shopping for meat in-store just adds insult to injury. In addition to the high prices for low quality, you never know what selection you will find at the local grocer or if you’ll have to run all over town to find what you’re looking for. With Wild Fork, the meat I want to eat is delivered right to my door. Gone are the multiple stops around town at different butcher’s and seafood markets to find quality products. With a few clicks, I have exactly the amount of meat I need for a week of vigorous exercise and ample protein intake. I can feel, see, and taste the results.
If you’re a big meat-eater and exercise person like me, I say try Wild Fork for yourself! Order from them now to receive free shipping with your first order. Trust me – you too will never go back to in-store grocery shopping again.
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