Zaycon Foods: Fully Cooked Buffalo Style Chicken Wings

Well now that Zaycon Foods has been on Good Morning America they are taking the country by storm!

Their newest product- Fully Cooked Buffalo Style Chicken Wings.  

The order is for 20 pounds and are $2.99 a pound.  And look- that is right before the Superbowl (i.e. the best day ever for Buffalo wings).

They are taking orders in MANY cities but if you happened to live where I do here are the dates and pick up times for the Buffalo Wings.

Newport News, VA Fully Cooked Buffalo Style Chicken Wings
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
9:00 am – 10:00 am

Denbigh Church of Christ
205 Denbigh Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23608

Suffolk, VA Fully Cooked Buffalo Style Chicken Wings
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

#1 – Oak Grove Baptist Church
2635 E. Washington St.
Suffolk, VA 23434

Virginia Beach, VA Fully Cooked Buffalo Style Chicken Wings
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Landstown Community Church
3220 Monet Dr.
Virginia Beach, VA 23453

If you have never checked out Zaycon Foods before, they are the company I buy ALL my meat from.  Their product is excellent and their prices are VERY low!

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Zaycon Foods: MANY States Taking Orders For Chicken Tenders

Do you live in AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, NC, NV, OK, OR, SC, TX, UT, VA, WA or WY?

If so my favorite company to buy meat from, Zaycon Foods, is taking orders for chicken tenders!

Zaycon is where I buy all my meat- they sell ground beef, bacon, ham, chicken breasts and now chicken tenders.

This frozen product comes in two 10 lb. cases. Each case has two 5 lb. bags. Total order is 20 lbs. *These are not fully cooked**

The price is $1.99 a pound.

I have had their chicken and their ground beef but have never tried the chicken tenders before!

If you are interested either sign up for Zaycon Foods or log into your account and check out all the details.

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Locals: Zaycon: The Beef Is Back!!!

The Chicken people are coming back… but with beef!

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Zaycon you can check out my first post about them.  They deliver great horomone and anti-biotic free meat at reasonable prices to many cities around the country.

They just sent out the e-mail tonight that they are taking orders for my area so they might be in your area too!  Here are the details on the products for this delivery:

Fresh 93/7 Ground Beef is ONLY $3.29/lb! 
• Fresh, Premium, Fine Grind 93/7 Super* Lean Ground Beef
• Comes in a 40-lb case with four 10-lb chubs per case (approximate weight)
• No chemicals, additives or water added to meat during processing
• Processed at a USDA-inspected, state-of-the-art plant employing strict operating protocols (including HACCP) and the highest in food-safety standards
• Prior to processing, inspectors from the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service randomly sample cattle under a monitoring plan and perform testing for antibiotic residues
* USDA nutrition labeling standards defines “extra lean” and “lean” ground beef based on the lean/fat ratio. While not part of these guidelines, the term “super lean” is often used in the grocery sector to describe ground beef at the upper end of the “lean” category (i.e., “Zaycon Foods 93/7 Super Lean Ground Beef”). This ground beef product is 93% lean and 7% fat

Click here to check out all the details about Zaycon or to sign up!

For those of you who haven’t ordered before you place your order ahead of time and then pick it up.  These are the areas and times where they will be doing pick up:

Newport News, VA Ground Beef Event
Tuesday, December 04, 2012
9:00 am – 10:00 am

Denbigh Church of Christ
205 Denbigh Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23608

Suffolk, VA Ground Beef Event
Tuesday, December 04, 2012
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

#1 – Oak Grove Baptist Church
2635 E. Washington St.
Suffolk, VA 23434

Virginia Beach, VA Ground Beef Event
Tuesday, December 04, 2012
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Landstown Community Church
3220 Monet Dr.
Virginia Beach, VA 23453

These events do generally sell out ahead of time but the current deadline for ordering is Tuesday November 8th at 9 a.m.

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Zaycon Foods: Virginia Beach Event Bacon and Ham

Today I picked up 40 pounds of chicken from Zaycon Foods.  It was practically perfect and now my fridge and freezer are full for a while.

I guess Zaycon wants to come back.

Tonight they opened up ordering for bacon and ham.

I personally have not had the bacon but the chicken and ground beef are great so I assume the bacon will be too!  Here is the information from their website:

BACON $3.29 lb

• High quality, medium-cut hickory smoked sliced bacon (14-18 slices per pound)

• Order includes two 15-lb cases with two 7.5-lb packages per case (Total order size is 30-lbs)

• Premium, high-quality and consistent, this hickory-smoked bacon has a wonderful flavor and represents a great value for families

• Easy to share with a friend if you do not think you can use the entire case

Ham is also $3.29 lb.

Orders must be placed by Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Virginia Beach, VA Bacon Event
Thursday, November 08, 2012
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Landstown Community Church
3220 Monet Dr.
Virginia Beach, VA 23453

Zaycon comes to lots of areas around the country so if you aren’t around Virginia Beach check out their other drop off locations!

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Zaycon Foods On Good Morning America

By now if you read my site with any regularity you have seen me talk about Zaycon Foods.

I buy all my chicken from Zaycon Foods- they sell FRESH (never frozen) boneless skinless split chicken breasts.  It is 100 % natural chicken with no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients.  It is sold by the case — which weighs 40 lbs.

And it only costs $1.69 lb!  So a 40 pound case is $67.60.  If that sounds like a lot of chicken the box is only 18 in wide x 12 in deep x 7 in tall.  And since they only come once every three months that is only 13 pounds of chicken a month.  For a family of 4 you probably go through 13 pounds a month EASILY.

And in case you didn’t believe me when I told you how amazing they are- Good Morning America will tell you.  (There is no way for me to put the video in this post so just click HERE to watch it.)

And once you are finished watching click HERE to check out Zaycon Foods and sign up yourself!

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Zaycon Foods Orders Open For Chicken

Oh I am so excited!  The chicken people are coming back with Chicken!

If you haven’t checked out Zaycon foods yet you are missing one of the best ways to get incredible deals on chicken, ground beef and bacon.  They sell in all lower 48 states so even if you don’t live in Virginia check them out- they may come to a city near you!

I buy all my chicken from Zaycon Foods- they sell FRESH (never frozen) boneless skinless split chicken breasts.  It is 100 % natural chicken with no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients.  It is sold by the case — which weighs 40 lbs.

And it only costs $1.69 lb!  So a 40 pound case is $67.60.  If that sounds like a lot of chicken the box is only 18 in wide x 12 in deep x 7 in tall.  And since they only come once every three months that is only 13 pounds of chicken a month.  For a family of 4 you probably go through 13 pounds a month EASILY.

Here are the dates, times and locations in VA:

Alexandria, VA Chicken Event
Thursday, October 25, 2012
4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Fairlington Presb yterian Church
3846 King St.
Alexandria, VA 22302

Chester, VA Chicken Event
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
5:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Chester Baptist Church
4317 School Street
Chester, VA 23831

Lynchburg, VA Chicken Event
Thursday, October 25, 2012
8:00 am – 8:30 am

First Christian Church
3109 Rivermont Ave.
Lynchburg, VA 24503

Newport News, VA Chicken Event
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Denbigh Church of Christ
205 Denbigh Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23608

Suffolk, VA Chicken Event
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
8:00 am – 9:00 am

#1 – Oak Grove Baptist Church
2635 E. Washington St.
Suffolk, VA 23434

Virginia Beach, VA Chicken Event
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Landstown Community Church
3220 Monet Dr.
Virginia Beach, VA 23453

Don’t miss this chance to get good quality meat into your home at a great price!  Check out all the information on Zaycon Foods!

NOTE:  Our chicken is delivered in its original wholesale packaging, a water resistant cardboard case containing three or four plastic bags of fresh chicken breasts. The smaller bags are typically sealed in a larger plastic bag. The smaller bags are not uniform in weight. There will be small amounts of naturally occuring liquids (i.e.,”chicken juice”) in each bag and case. Chicken breasts typically come in double-lobed pairs (“butterfly”) and will have small attached amounts of fat.]

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Locals: Zaycon Foods Ground Beef Is Coming (93/7 $3.29 lb)

If you have taken my coupon class, read my website or seen me on television you know how I get great deals on my meat.

I use Zaycon Foods.

Zaycon Foods is a company that comes out to Hampton Roads about once a quarter bringing with them FRESH (never frozen meat).

August 24th they are coming back bringing their ground beef.  It is 93/7 ground beef and when I brown it I NEVER have to drain it.  It tastes incredible and their prices are much cheaper than the grocery store.

Here is the information on their ground beef:

• LFTB Free

• Comes in a 40-lb case with four 10-lb chubs per case (approximate weight)

• No chemicals, additives or water added to meat during processing

• Processed at a USDA-inspected, state-of-the-art plant employing strict operating protocols (including HACCP) and the highest in food-safety standards

• Prior to processing, inspectors from the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service randomly sample cattle under a monitoring plan and perform testing for antibiotic residues

* USDA nutrition labeling standards defines “extra lean” and “lean” ground beef based on the lean/fat ratio. While not part of these guidelines, the term “super lean” is often used in the grocery sector to describe ground beef at the upper end of the “lean” category (i.e., “Zaycon Foods 93/7 Super Lean Ground Beef”). This ground beef product is 93% lean and 7% fat

When you get meat from Zaycon you order it online in advance.   When you place the order they let you know what date and time the meat will be available.  When you go to pick it up it looks very much like carpool line at school- you stay in your car and pull up to the truck.  After handing them the receipt out the window they will grab your box (or boxes), drop them in your trunk or back seat and then you drive off.

The ground beef comes in 4 ten pounds chubs (or tubes) so it’s VERY easy to split a 40 pound box with your friends if you don’t think you will go through all of it.  Once you get it home you will need to divide it however you prefer- I usually just put it in one pound bags and throw it in the freezer.

The price for Ground Beef this visit is $3.29.

Here are the locations and times it will be available:

Suffolk, VA Ground Beef
Friday, August 24, 2012
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
#1 – Oak Grove Baptist Church
2635 E. Washington St.
Suffolk, VA 23434

Virginia Beach, VA Ground Beef
Friday, August 24, 2012
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Landstown Community Church
3220 Monet Dr.
Virginia Beach, VA 23453

Newport News, VA
Saturday, August 25, 2012
7:00 am – 8:00 am
Denbigh Church of Christ
205 Denbigh Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23608

Chester, VA Ground Beef
Saturday, August 25, 2012
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
River of Love Ministries
2206 E. Hundred Rd.
Park near middle of lot
Chester, VA 23836

If you aren’t local check out Zaycon Foods and see if they come near you!  They are all over the country!

And they promised they are coming in the fall with boneless, skinless chicken breasts!  I will be holding them to that!

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Locals: Bring Back Zaycon Foods


I know that many of my readers have taken advantage of the amazing deal on meats from Zaycon Foods.  And many of you who haven’t had the chance yet have been waiting for them to come back to Hampton Roads.

So we have waited.  And left messages.  And got nothing.

Until today.

I was forwarded an e-mail from a reader who finally heard back from Zaycon that as of right now they have no plans to come back to Hampton Roads.  Zaycon hasn’t heard enough from us.

It’s time they hear from us.  I NEED my chicken.

So if you are in Hampton Roads and want Zaycon to come back we need to band together and let them know.

Here is what you can do to let them know:

1.  Leave a message on the Zaycon Facebook Page.  Let them know you are in Hampton Roads and want them back!

2.  If you don’t want to use Facebook or you just want to take an additional step you can drop them an e-mail at z@zayconfoods.com.

3.  If you have been waiting to sign up for Zaycon until I told you they were coming to town- DO IT NOW!

Basically we need to show them that if they come back they will make some money!

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13 Pounds of Ground Beef Later


Tonight I went and picked up 40 lbs of ground beef from Zaycon Foods.  I split this box with my mom and sis, so that left me with 13 pounds of ground beef.

I thought it might be hard to come up with ideas for the ground beef.  It turns out my stock pile provided almost all of them.

The meat comes in a big box, sealed securely in 10 pound tubes.

Since we were splitting the 40 lbs three ways we just split one tube into three parts.

Then I took mine home and divided it into one pound increments.

After opening my pantry I discovered marinara sauce and taco seasoning!

So I now have two bags each of ready to go taco meat and spagetti sauce.  The rest will be saved for future use.

Interested in checking out Zaycon Foods?  Look at all the great information!

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Zaycon Foods: Now Taking Orders For 93/7 Ground Beef and Bacon


Zaycon Foods is beginning their (almost) nationwide delivery of ground beef and bacon!

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Zaycon you can check out my first post about them.  They deliver great horomone and anti-biotic free meat at reasonable prices to many cities around the country.

They just sent out the e-mail tonight that they are taking orders for my area so they might be in your area too!  Here are the details on the products for this delivery:

Fresh 93/7 Ground Beef is ONLY $2.97/lb!
• Fresh, Premium, Fine Grind 93/7 Super* Lean Ground Beef
• Comes in a 40-lb case with four 10-lb chubs per case (approximate weight)
• No chemicals, additives or water added to meat during processing
• Processed at a USDA-inspected, state-of-the-art plant employing strict operating protocols (including HACCP) and the highest in food-safety standards
• Prior to processing, inspectors from the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service randomly sample cattle under a monitoring plan and perform testing for antibiotic residues
* USDA nutrition labeling standards defines “extra lean” and “lean” ground beef based on the lean/fat ratio. While not part of these guidelines, the term “super lean” is often used in the grocery sector to describe ground beef at the upper end of the “lean” category (i.e., “Zaycon Foods 93/7 Super Lean Ground Beef”). This ground beef product is 93% lean and 7% fat

Fresh Hickory Smoked Bacon is ONLY $2.97/lb!
• High quality, medium-cut hickory smoked sliced bacon (14-18 slices per pound)
• Order includes two 15-lb cases with two 7.5-lb packages per case (Total order size is 30-lbs)
• Premium, high-quality and consistent, this hickory-smoked bacon has a wonderful flavor and represents a great value for families
• Easy to share with a friend if you do not think you can use the entire case

So check out Zaycon Foods to place your order or sign up to be notified when they come to your town.  Be sure to tell them A Frugal Chick sent you!

The information will also be on their site about where they will be dropping off the food.

In my area they are taking orders until 1/13 or when they sell out.

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