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Scent of Fresh Beef

 

You may notice a rich "beefy scent" when opening our Vacuum Sealed packaging.

 

You're smelling fresh beef without any additives or preservatives. It's simply fresh meat with a lack of oxygen.

 

THIS is what beef is supposed to smell like, and why we use the packaging we do!

 

Vacuum Sealing allows us to perfectly preserve our product without the use of any gasses or liquids to extend shelf life or increase flavor or tenderness like the grocers, you'll notice these differences:

1. Natural Color

2. Presence of Myoglobin

3. Beefy Scent

4. Rich Flavor

5. Slightly Colored Fat

6. Shorter Shelf Life if Fresh

7. Changes in color if exposed to oxygen

 

Please reach out if you have any questions. Purchasing from us for the first time will be different if you've been buying your meats through retail, particularly in America, because of industry standards for packaging and preserving meats. Many of these methods are leading to health problems, dissipation of natural scents and flavor, and lack of natural color and physical properties of their meat products.

 

We're excited to help you, and can't wait to get feedback on your first experience with our untainted, fresh beef!

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Prevents Oxidation & Discoloration

Your meat will retain the same color and taste/smell profile as the moment it was cut thanks to the superiority of our vacuum packaging methods.

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Vacuum Packaging

Sealed to keep your product fresher longer, and to keep it contamination free.

 

Read on for more facts about the way your meat is packaged, and how it will ensure you get a great product from us, no matter what!

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No Freezer Burn

Freezing can change the taste and texture of meat Vacuum sealing eliminates moisture loss by preventing oxygen from drying the meat and protects against freezer burn.

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Let it Breathe

After opening the vacuum package, let your meat air out for a short period of time. It will regain its bright, rosie red color after its prolonged lack of oxygen.

 

This is called "bloom."

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Re-Freeze Your Meat!

Because of our packaging, if you defreeze it property (read, in the refrigerator...) you can re-freeze it with no loss in quality!

That's because the concern with refreezing meat is a quality issue, not a safety issue. Usually meat that has been thawed will lose moisture... but that doesnt happen if the beef is vacuum sealed.

Sealed Refrigerator Shelf Life:

5-10 Days

Sealed Freezer Shelf Life:

1 Year+

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