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Unread 02-01-2010, 04:49 PM   #12
chambersuac
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Not to hijack, but there might be a service similar in your area...I wish there was here.
When I was in Ft. Wayne, I got turned on to a company called Grabill Food Services. They owned their own butchering/processing plants and offered locally grown meats. They sold the meat priced per pound regardless of how it was processed. So, beef at the time cost me about $2./lb regardless of how I ordered it. Get this, the owner goes to customer's houses and talks to them about what they like - how many roasts, steaks, etc. I was able to order exactly what I wanted. Same with chicken (which was less than $1.50/lb) Great food, great price, great service. Oh, and they would deliver it, put it our freezer, and whatever didn't fit, they stored at their business for free. When we had room in the freezer, we called and they delivered the rest.
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