This morning I pulled out a few of my last grass-fed beef packages from the freezer, then started up my laptop and was thrilled to see an email from Tropical Traditions letting me know that today only they are offering FREE shipping when you use promo code 14512 at checkout! PLUS - grass-fed beef is 45% off! Get 12 lbs of grass-fed beef for only $5.95 each 1 lb package shipped right to your door! (The refrigerated shipping upcharge does not apply to the FREE shipping code. It will range between $13 - $15. Still a good deal in my opinion! No pink slime!)
I'm definitely going to be placing my order for at least 24 lbs because not only is it convenient to have it delivered Fed Ex in dry ice, it's healthy, delicious, a great source of Omega 3, and I'm supporting Wisconsin farmers!
To take advantage of this awesome deal, just go here and scroll down until you see "Sales of the Week Retail Sales" (as shown below).
Then, scroll down until you see the grass-fed sale advertisement (like shown below).
Shipments go out Monday - Wednesday each week to avoid shipments arriving on the weekends. Your items come delivered in dry ice and are completely frozen.
If you are a new Tropical Traditions customer, you will receive a FREE Coconut Tradtions Book with your first order! This book is packed with testimonies and solid research showing how healthy coconut oil is, and it also includes over 85 recipes showing how people can incorporate coconut into their diet.
Grass-Fed Traditions currently supplies 100% grass-fed beef from small-scale family farms in Wisconsin. Our cows are all grass-fed Angus and Galloway (mostly Galloway). How do we define “grass-fed?” The cows are on pasture, not in feed lots eating silage. They are also finished on grass, and do not eat grains at all. We don’t process animals in the winter or early spring, when they are only eating dry grass. Our animals are eating green grass right up to the time of processing, and are dry aged before packaging. Many sources of “grass-fed” beef today are simply from cows in feedlots eating silage year round. Our cattle are never treated with antibiotics or hormones, and they are treated humanely right up until the time they are processed at a family-run small scale processing plant in Wisconsin.