Are you familiar with the deliciousness known as Seven Sons?
According to their website:
[Seven Sons] own and operate a pasture-based livestock farm in northeast Indiana producing natural grass-fed beef, free-range pork and eggs. As farmers we understand that how we manage our soil, plants and animals will directly affect the physical, mental and spiritual health of those who consume the products of our farming choices. The vocation of bringing food to your table is not just a business to us, but also a personal ministry and responsibility that we take very seriously!
Every 6 weeks they drive down and deliver their grass-fed goods around Indianapolis. Recently, we decided to partner with Seven Sons and serve as their NW Indy drop-off location. Today, Monday, June 16th, is the deadline if you’re interested in sampling some of their yummy products. Orders placed today will be delivered this Saturday, June 21st:
DEADLINE: Monday Jun 16th
DELIVERY: Saturday Jun 21st (A-F @ 2pm, G-K @ 2:20pm, L-Z @ 2:40pm)
This will be the third time I have personally ordered from them; I highly recommend them! Why? I’d like to say it’s because of how they treat their animals. Or maybe because I strive to support family businesses. But truthfully? Those are just bonuses. What makes me want to shell out twice the cash for hamburger versus what I was buying at over at Aldi’s?
The meat just tastes better. Period.
Twice as good?
At least. (Probably more like 4x, but don’t tell them that.)
The beef tastes beefier and heartier in a way you have to experience first-hand.
And with no minimum order size, why wouldn’t you?
Need a future delivery? Check out their future delivery schedule.
HOW IT WORKS:
You place your order online. The total price is an ESTIMATE ONLY. Although they strive to give as accurate of estimates as possible, weights of meat do vary. Be prepared to pay a little more or less for your order at pickup. They accept checks and cash payments. Delivery fees are based on the total weight of meat ordered.
Also worth noting: IFAST doesn’t financially benefit from being a drop-off site. We pay the same price for our meats as anyone else. We just enjoy the quality of their meat and we’re happy to offer our parking lot for the greater good. 🙂
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