It’s also a more friendly and sustainable way of production when compared with a typical conventional style.
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However, truth be said, it’s often quite expensive…
That’s why I decided to make this short list and assist you with reducing unnecessary expenses.
I also came up with ‘Filet Mignon Index (FMI)’ – the price per 8oz of filet mignon (a.k.a. tenderloin / fillet steak), to make the comparison easier. It’s like a benchmark!
At the end of the list you will find more ideas on how you can save money when ordering online.
And now – let’s check out the list!
Top-7 Cheapest Places To Buy Grass-Fed Beef Online
A family-run place, which doesn’t use any pesticides, hormones, antibiotics and any other conventional stuff. And their goal, “to produce a quality eating experience for our customers every time”, resonates with my own motto at SteakEat.
You can also find them at Matthews Community Farmers’ Market.
Try and check it out – this place offers great prices…along with great quality (I mean, it’s grass-fed!).
Pay attention to the whole delivery process thing and enter the correct address or someone else would be delighted to receive your grass-fed meat!
You should also know that, at the time of writing, these guys can only ship on Tuesdays.
There is no filet mignon, but there is tenderloin steak (same thing really) priced at $15.10 for 16oz, that’s why FMI is $7.55.
Looking for quick shipping? Grasslandbeef might be an option for you! From what I hear, their delivery is pretty fast. Meat arrives frozen and carefully packaged – exactly what it has to be. However you can still go on and choose fresh meat instead. Sounds good.
Good place for getting not only organic grass-fed steak, but other things like poultry and seafood.
Nationwide shipping is available. It’s especially good, when you are looking for your stuff to get delivered to the western part of the US. Check it out!
Enjoy delicious steak!
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Don’t let the website scare you off (at least at the time of writing it doesn’t look appealing)! This place even offers fatty acid analysis of their steak (which boils down to omega-6:3 at 0.89:1), so it’s definitely worth having a look at.
They guarantee absolutely no grain and the price is good. If you are in the US mainland, you get it delivered for free!
A farm in Georgia, this place looks fantastic. They offer beef packages (a.k.a. value packs) as well as individually cut steaks, so it’s up to you what to choose. You can even get an entire grass-fed cow (!!!), which works out to be at $6.49 per lb.
Guys only ship on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, but that’s enough time to stock up for the week!
These folks see being called “old-fashioned” as a compliment and, I think, it speaks for itself. A small, family-run business, this place is great, especially if you are located close to them (which is in Arkansas).
I am not sure if they deliver nation-wide, but the price I found indicates that it’s at least worth checking.
Looking for more companies that deliver steaks online in your area? Try Eatwild and see who is available in your area.
Still need more ways to save when buying beef online? Try cow-pooling or, in other words, buying beef in bulk!.
I hope you found this list of the cheapest places to buy steak online handy!
Know a place yourself? Share it in the comments below! And, as always, any questions are welcome too.
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- Top-7 Cheapest Places To Buy Grass-Fed Beef Online In The US
- How Do I Store Steak So It Stays Fresh & Flavorful
- The 7 Ideas For Saving Money On Beef – How To Get A Good Cheap Steak
- How To Store A Steak After Opening The Package & Keep It In The Fridge
- How To Store Meat Long-Term In The Freezer
- Why Grass-Fed Is Better For You & Your Health
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