Friend and reader Nancy was kind enough to think about me and sent this email, yesterday (click to enlarge).
Click here to go to the page with the special, which, is 8 grassfed New York Steaks, regularly $128 for $96, plus 4 pounds of grassfed beef burger ($23 normally), plus free shipping. All in all, I saved $45, not including what shipping would have been.
I got the 8 New Yorks, the free 4 pounds of burger, 2 hanger steaks, 1 tri-tip roast, 2 filet mignon, two packs (8 total) of no-additive all-grassfed-beef frankfurters, and 2 pounds of sliced beef liver. Total price: $201.
At La Cense Beef, we take great pride in the quality of our beef. La Cense Beef is committed to a more natural and compassionate approach to ranching. We are not part of a consortium of ranchers, nor are we middlemen. We do the ranching, the selling and the packing. Our 100% grass-fed beef goes directly from our ranch to you. That’s how we can ensure its quality and guarantee your satisfaction. We pride ourselves on using sustainable methods that have been around since our ranch began in 1869. But when it comes to our customers, it’s all about convenience.
If for any reason you are dissatisfied, just give us a call and we’ll send you a replacement or a refund — your choice. That’s what we mean by "Satisfaction Guaranteed."
Has anyone tried La Cense? Care to comment?
Since my review of the film Food, Inc., I have been more interested in farmers’ markets, free range eggs (I got some duck eggs the other day, but alas don’t care for them, other than in my protein smoothies), and grassfed beef & lamb. Ultimately, I’d rather head out and visit some farms and ranches, try their products, and then buy locally from them. That’s going to take some organizing and time. In the meantime, there’s La Cense. Any other recommendations on grassfed beef (or other meats) sources that ship?