We say, “nobody beats our meat” for a reason. A.) We think its catchy. B.) We know our product can stand up (and smoke) any other competitor out there.
Costco, that includes you.
We get that we are biased. We have every right to be. We know what we bring to the table. We know what we feed our families. We know our quality can’t be beat (and this price point is just an added bonus).
“Is Costco meat high quality?” Type “Costco” in your google search bar and this is one of the first things that pops up. We have a problem with that. You shouldn’t have to question what you are eating. The general consensus is that Costco meat is better quality than the grocery store, but not as good quality as the butcher. Why settle?
We value full disclosure and transparency regarding our product and our sources. When you order from us, you don’t have to question what you are eating. You don’t have to spend time researching whether our meat is high quality because it is. Don’t take our word for it. Pull up the website, look at the FAQs, our product guarantee, and health info. It’s all there.
Costco, on the other hand, not so much. We have gone down a rabbit hole of research and our findings are grim. Why? Because knowledge is power and there is little to no information available to the general public regarding Costco’s meat quality and sources.
What about price? Looking at Costco meat online, there are two options under $25. We have almost 50 items on the website under $25. Not only do we value quality, we value affordability. We believe every family should have access to clean, quality meat.
In today’s world, convenience is key. Being able to order online and have your meat delivered to your door certainly fits that criteria. But with the recent coronavirus crisis, you have the option of avoiding the store altogether and still getting quality that trumps Costco.
Quality you can trust because you “can’t beat our meat.”