Zaycon Foods came up with a new buy-without-leaving-your-car concept that is taking the country by storm. They're temporary drive-through meat markets that are set up in local parking lots on specific dates. They save you time and money and supply you with the freshest meat you can buy short of raising it yourself.
Now delivering to more than 150,000 registered users in nearly 500 locations across 48 states, Zaycon Foods alerts customers of upcoming delivery dates in their area by email. Consumers can then place pre-paid online orders for products like chicken, ground beef, ham, bacon and fish in cases of 15 to 40 pounds, depending on the item. On the scheduled delivery day, the company dispatches a refrigerated truck to the designated location and unloads orders directly into customers' vehicles with the help of volunteers who do the heavy lifting in exchange for free product.
Registration is free, and new locations are added as soon as enough people in an area sign up, and Pensacola is now on the list. Zaycon Foods also operates a referral program that enables members to obtain free or significantly reduced price product based on the number of referrals, reducing the family food budget even more.
Zaycon Foods is a privately owned company based in the state of Washington. The company was founded in 2009 by Mike Conrad with a $1,500 investment from his brother, JC. JC is a former grocery store meat department manager who started buying meat in bulk for his family to economize. He thought other people would embrace the idea as well. Mike Conrad and his cousin, Adam Kremin, joined the company soon after and are the principals today.
For more information, visit www.zayconfoods.com .
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