I was asked to do a review from Zaycon Foods in exchange for 40 lbs of chicken, Yes you heard right - 40 lbs - so let me walk you through the steps. First of all, you set up a free account on their website https://www.zayconfoods.com/ They credit your account and you pick an event that is close to you to pick up your chicken. Let me tell you - I never heard of Zaycon Foods until I was asked to do a review - the process was rather easy and if you encounter any problems on their site, the helpful staff is right there to help you through any problems you may encounter.
So I picked my event, which as you can see, is at a bowling ally.
As I looked around, I could see a line forming and the Zaycon truck parked in the parking lot.
Here is the Zaycon truck!
Here is our wonderful delivery man who took the chicken from the truck and put it straight in our trunk no fuss - no muss - we didn't even have to get out of the car - just showed him our receipt and he just gave us our chicken and we were on our way. It took much less time than standing in line at a grocery store.
Here is our chicken packed wonderfully - I thought these pieces were going to be small and covered in fat but they were huge boneless chicken breasts without much fat on them at all. The bag that they are sealed in held all the chicken juice and when all was said and done didn't even drip at all. I have to say I was super impressed with the size and the packaging of this chicken. Would I order again? Oh yes I sure would!!!
If you are interested in checking out how to sign up for a free account go here. This has been a very different experience but very expedient and productive. As I mentioned before, my family was also along on this chicken journey and when all was said and done I still got my son to school on time!!! Also wanted to let you know that Zaycon Foods sell chicken, beef, turkey, sausage, bacon they have a variety of meats. Although I received my 40 lbs of chicken all the experiences and opinions are 100 % my own.
Here is all my chicken I received that I repacked when I got back home!