Peyton’s Momma did receive a complimentary box and payment from Perdue Farms in exchange for our honest opinion about their service and products.
Many of you may have noticed that we use Perdue chicken in our recipes. I was brought up using Perdue products and I still use them. I like buying local and fresh, Perdue Farms helps me do just that. Now, Perdue Farms has launched a website where you can order the same high-quality Perdue products that you love along with products from Coleman Natural and Niman Ranch. You are getting the same quality products delivered right to your door! With winter right around the corner, this is very appealing to me. Being a busy mom this new program is something I plan on taking advantage of. Think of how easy meal planning will be. Just plan your month out and then log on to Perdue Farms and make your meat order. That’s it. The meat you need for the month will be delivered right to your door.
We were gifted the Family Bundle (medium) and it is perfect for us. There’s plenty in this box for me to make several meals out of. Included in the Family Bundle is Coleman Natural uncured hickory smoked bacon (12 oz), Perdue panko-breaded dino nuggets, Perdue Harvestland boneless skinless chicken breast tenderloin, Niman Ranch uncured bacon-wrapped rosemary pork chops, and Niman Ranch uncured pork breakfast sausage. This box is filled with so much potential! Just off the top of my head, I can see making a dino nugget chicken bake, BLTs, chicken piccata and so much more. You can see our full unboxing on Facebook.
Perdue Farms created a place where you can order quality meats directly saving you time and money. Who doesn’t like to save money? And I am always looking for ways to save time too. I know when I think of Perdue I immediately think of chicken, but Perdue Farms is so much more than chicken. Perdue Farms has a full line of premium meats and brands, including Niman Ranch, Coleman Natural, Perdue Chicken, Perdue Harvestland, Panorama Meats, Spot Farms, Full Moon and more.
Perdue Farms has taken the last decade and transitioned from conventional chicken and turkey production to becoming the #1 supplier in the U.S. for Organic Chicken and a leader in premium beef, pork, lamb, pasture-raised, grass-fed, Heritage breed, antibiotic-free, non-GMO, and more. When you are buying your meat from Perdue Farms you can rest assured you are getting a high-quality product that has been produced with high standards.
Another thing I really like is Perdue Farms works with small family farmers. Perdue Farms is passionate about farming, land preservation and healthy and nutritious food. How do they do that? They work with the farmers to ensure animals are raised with care. They also do what they can to lessen their carbon footprint and protect the ecosystem with their business practices. For every bundle shipped they donate to the Arbor Day Foundation which will help to replant damaged areas throughout our nation. The shipping boxes used were designed for sustainability. Each box is made out of 100% recyclable cardboard and insulated with Green Cell Foam. Green Cell Foam is biodegradable, compostable and made from high-grade non-GMO cornstarch that is dissolvable in water. In each box, you will receive a reusable grocery bag that you can use the next time you head to the store. There is also a pollinator seed packet that you can plant to help provide food for the bees and butterflies. Because without bees and butterflies we wouldn’t have many of our favorite foods.
There are so many reasons to support a company that cares about the environment and the future of our planet while also providing us with an affordable and quality grocery source. But I know the burning question I have is, does it taste good? And I can confidently say, YES! It is delicious! Peyton and I tried out the Nicman Ranch uncured bacon-wrapped with rosemary pork chops and are hooked on Perdue Farms.
What I really appreciated is the cooking directions. Too often, I’ll buy a cut of meat and might struggle with cooking ideas. Well, right on the package of pork chops were the directions on how to prepare the pork chops. I didn’t have to go to the internet for directions, it was right on the package. I love that! I followed the directions and cooked the pork chops in a pan on the stovetop. They came out tender, juicy and full of flavor. I decided to pair it with some roasted carrots and potatoes. It was a simple, tasty dinner that took me less than a half-hour to make. Peyton loves bacon and pork chops so she was hovering in the kitchen the whole time I was cooking. She could not wait for dinner.
I was impressed with the pork chops. In the Family Bundle medium box, you get 4 of the Niman Ranch uncured bacon-wrapped with rosemary pork chops. I made all four for dinner tonight and now we have leftovers for tomorrow! There are 2 pork chops in each package so I could’ve saved one for later but we like leftovers so I made them both.
I appreciate the meats being wrapped individually or in packs of 2 with this bundle. For us, being a family of 2, that means I can take out just what I need. The chicken tenderloin are probably my favorite item out of the whole box. Each chicken tenderloin is wrapped individually so I can pull out exactly what I need. I don’t have to worry about waste or repackaging the meat before I place it in the freezer.
The box we showed here retails for $64.99. There are different bundles available so you can find the perfect bundle for your family. There is also the option to create your own custom order. All orders over $119 have free shipping. I found the packaging to be the best packaging I’ve ever had for a fresh food delivery company. Each meat was securely packed and kept temperature safe throughout its journey to my doorstep. Using a service like Perdue Farms is perfect for those that like to meal plan, busy parents that cannot make it to the store or those that just hate going to the store. Sit back in your PJs and order your meat for the week, month or special event without ever leaving the house.
I know I will be utilizing this service because I’m a single mom, living in the Midwest. Trying to push a grocery cart through a parking lot filled with slush or worse ice ridges is not my idea of a good time. But spending Sunday night planning our meals and ordering the meat online is!