Stock up on Zaycon Chicken (Best Sequel of the Year!)

January 14, 2014 4 Comments

Zaycon Foods FRESH Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts are coming back!

—>Don’t miss this chance to get an order in!<—


Orders are now being accepted in Southern Idaho, Northern Utah, and Eastern Washington !

The chicken is only $1.89 a lb!  That’s a PINK STAR deal!

Why I love Zaycon Chicken:

  • It’s 100 % natural chicken with no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients!
  • Zaycon Chicken comes directly from the processor and has never been frozen.
  • It’s sold by the case — 40 lbs in each case, so you don’t have to worry about falling in love (which you will!) and then running out!

My family of 4 usually orders 3 cases, and eating chicken 2-3 times a week, it usually lasts for about 6 months.  Zaycon Foods brings their chicken about 2 times a year.

No matter where you live (within the continental United States), you should register!  They are bringing chicken to EVERY state!

 How it Works:

  • Zaycon Foods brings farm fresh food directly to you!  By skipping the grocery store, they can charge less, and you save MORE!
  • By registering for emails with Zaycon Foods, they’ll send you an email before events open!  That way you get first dibs, and can cash in on the savings before the events sell out!  And they do sell out QUICKLY!
  • After purchasing a case from them you’ll get a reminder email a day or two before you’re scheduled pickup.  It’ll remind you of where and when to pick up!
  • You show up on your pick up date, and drive in line.  Then when you get to the front, you show your receipt, and pop your trunk open, they load it and off you drive!  You never even have to leave your car!
  • We’ve been buying from and advertising for Zaycon Foods for the past 2+ years.  We have always been impressed with their products and their delivery process!

[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 occurring 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.]

Here’s what we do with our chicken:

And here’s how we cook it:

Order your Fresh Chicken Here!



  1. I had to laugh when you said it was $1.59/lb because that is so not the price, I don’t know when this video was made but they are charging $1.84/lb. This is still a much better price than what the store would charge. I also thought you said it was semi frozen, they advertise FRESH. So if it was frozen and your refreezing it isn’t that bad to eat, if you were cooking it and then freezing it it would be a different story.

  2. hahah, I love that your little boy is sound asleep during the video. Way too funny :) Thanks for the deal

  3. Lovin the cute little person sleeping in the background on your video. Too cute! thanks for the heads up on the chicken deal!!

  4. Can’t believe they have this in my area! Yeah!

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