This post contains affiliate links. For years now, I’ve been getting my meat and seafood one of two ways–either direct from the farmer in large quantities, or from a meat delivery service such as U.S. Wellness Meats or ButcherBox. Recently I learned about a new meat delivery service, Good Chop. As part of an offer to entice new customers, Good Chop offered a free turkey with the purchase of my first box. I jumped on the offer, and I was quite pleased with my order. If you are interested in a quality meat delivery service, read on for my full Good Chop review.
(FYI, Good Chop is no longer offering a free turkey, but if you use this link for ButcherBox, you can get a free turkey and $30 off your first box.)
What Is Good Chop
Good Chop is a new meat delivery service that sources meat and fish entirely within the United States.
Where Does the Meat Come From?
With Good Chop, your meat won’t be grown in another country and processed in the U.S. The entire process is completed in the United States, so your money helps support several American businesses.
How Much Meat Comes in the Box?
You can choose between two box sizes.
A medium box comes with six different meat and seafood selections for a total of 9 to 14 pounds. In addition, you can choose to add on up to 15 pounds of additional meat to this box for an additional cost.
The large box comes with 12 different meat and seafood selections. You can choose to add on up to 30 pounds of additional meat to this box, again, for an additional cost.
What Does Good Chop Offer?
Good Chop offers selections of beef, pork, chicken, and seafood.
The beef selection is about 50% grass-fed items and 50% conventional beef. They offer a variety of steaks, ground beef, and beef stew meat. Currently, they only have one cut of roast available–bottom round roast.
They offer a variety of pork cuts from ground pork, to pulled pork, to sausage, bacon, and pork butt, to name a few.
Good Chop currently offers chicken breasts, chicken thighs, and whole organic turkey.
They offer wild caught Rock fish, Cod, Salmon, shrimp, and scallops.
Good Chop Review: What Did I Receive from the Meat Delivery Service?
Grass-fed meat is important to us, so I made sure to pick grass-fed meat when applicable. We received the following in our first box
Wild Caught Rock Fish (30 oz in 3 packages of 10 oz. each)
Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast (36 oz. in 3 packages of 12 oz. each)
Wild Caught Pacific Cod (30 oz. in 3 packages of 10 oz. each)
100% Grass-Fed Ground Beef (32 oz. in 3 packages)
Boneless Pork Chops (32 oz. in 3 packages)
Wild Caught Sock Eye Salmon (30 oz. in 3 packages of 10 oz. each)
Plus, we also got the free turkey. Not including the turkey, we received 11.875 pounds of meat and fish.
How Does Good Chop Meat and Seafood Taste?
So far, we’ve had the pork chops and the cod. Both were delicious. The pork chops were moist and flavorful and surprisingly much better than the pork we bought direct from the farmer last year.
We liked the meat and fish so much, we plan to order again in November.
Want to Try Good Chop?
If you’re interested in trying Good Chop, use this link and save $40 off your first order.
I hope this Good Chop review has helped you decide if you would like to try their service. Honestly, I didn’t have high expectations, but I was pleasantly surprised. Good Chop is definitely a company we will put in our regular rotation for meat delivery service.