This month I am giving away over $950 worth of my favorite migraine-friendly products to promote the launch of my book The Migraine Relief Plan. Click here to learn how to enter the giveaway, which requires purchase of the book.
I’ll be highlighting some of the products each day as a way to thank each company for supporting my work.
Today I want to introduce you to Butcher Box pastured meat delivery. Butcher Box allows you to order (for porch delivery) 7-10 pounds of superb meat in a mixed box. You can choose from a variety of boxes featuring beef, pork, and chicken. Each box is $129, and comes with 7-10 lbs of meat, which is enough for at least 20 individual size meals (at a 5 – 8oz portion size). The price works out to $6.50/meal and shipping is free to the contiguous 48 states.
Through partnering with a collective of small farms, Butcher Box is able to purchase in large quantities and pass the savings along to you. Their products are cheaper than what you’d find at large grocery stores for this quality, of the utmost quality, and delivered directly to your door. They also have unique cuts that you’ll be hard pressed to find elsewhere. We loved the pork breakfast sausage that came with our box.
You can also beef up your box by selecting add-ons like ground beef, sausage, and ribeye. Customize your box to fit your family’s appetite!
Shipping: Their meat is flash frozen at the peak of freshness and individually packaged. All of their boxes are filled with a specific amount of dry ice that’s carefully calculated based on your geographic location. Your box will arrive 1—4 days after shipping and you’ll receive a tracking # the night your box ships. They ship Monday—Wednesday for arrival by Friday in most cases, and the meat can stay fresh on your doorstep for up to 12 hours. Mine was absolutely frozen solid.
Eco-Friendly Packaging: All of their packaging materials are biodegradable or recyclable (except for the packaging on the meat itself).
Required FTC disclosure: The giveaway items were provided by Butcher Box. I was not paid to write this post.