I recently (like just the other day recently), heard about Zaycon Foods. Founded in 2009, Zaycon Foods sells food products by the case to consumers around the country. From an entrepreneurs side, I think it’s a really interesting business model and one that is getting a lot of attention.
Here’s how it works;
- Click here to go to their website and sign up (it’s free).
- Check for locations near you and sign up for notifications of local events.
- Place your order for how ever many cases you want, pay, and print out your receipt.
- Take your receipt to the pick up location and get your food.
- Portion and freeze.
To get an even better understanding, and meet the person behind Zaycon Foods, check out this piece on Good Morning America.
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I’m going to be reviewing their boneless, skinless chicken breasts in the fall, so stay tuned. The chicken they sell is 100 % natural, with no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients. It comes directly from the processor and has never been frozen. There are 40 pounds in each case.
The photos above are of the chicken breast, bacon wrapped pork fillets and wild caught sockeye salmon. (The photos are from their site – I’ll be doing a full review in the fall).
We used to buy in bulk a lot more often then we do now, but we’ve been discussing doing it again so I’m excited to try their service. I’ll do a full blog post, with pictures, as soon as they announce the date for the chicken breast sale in my area. I signed up for the email reminder so I’ll know as soon as it’s posted.
Reader Question: Do you buy in bulk and what do you think about the service that Zaycon Foods is offering?