Shipping Throughout The U.S
From our headquarters in Chicago, we ship to anywhere in the continental United States!
All of our orders will be received within 1-3 days of shipping!
Shipped In Insulated Packaging
All of our products are shipped vacuum sealed and packed with dry ice or gel packs to keep them at the desired temperature during transit.
Where do you ship?
From our headquarters in Chicago, we ship anywhere in the continental United States. All of our orders will be received within 1 - 3 days. All orders placed by Tuesday of the week, if in stock, will be shipped out that same week via UPS. All orders placed after Tuesday, if in stock, will be processed and shipped the following week. Please allow 2-3 consecutive business days for delivery.
Is there a minimum on orders?
There is a minimum of $30 purchase for all orders.
Do you ship outside of the continental USA, to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or any of US territories?
If you live in an area that we don't deliver to, send us a message and we will do our best to accommodate you!
How do you keep your meats cool during transit?
All of our products are USDA inspected and come vacuum sealed and packed with dry ice or gel packs to keep them at the desired temperature during transit. We ship using PolarTech thermo chilled insulated coolers.
How should I handle packages when they arrive?
Products should be frozen, partially frozen, or cool to the touch when you open the package. According to the USDA partially thawed products can be re-frozen. It is the responsibility of the consumer to follow all health and safety guidelines when thawing and handling products.
How do I handle the dry ice in the package?
Packages may contain dry ice and/or gel packs. Dry ice and or gel packs are the industry standard when shipping perishables nationwide. Avoid touching any remaining dry ice with bare skin, dry ice has a temperature of -110 degrees and is very dangerous if not handled properly. Dry ice usually evaporates in 24 hours. If you do receive package with dry ice, you may leave the dry ice inside the cooler to evaporate or use gloves to remove and dispose of the ice in a well-ventilated location.