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There’s a new meat subscription box on the market named Good Chop.
If you’re looking for high-quality meat and seafood that doesn’t contain hormones and antibodies you’ll want to check them out.
I recently received a sample box from them and I was impressed overall.
Here’s more about Good Chop and my Good Chop review.
What is Good Chop?
Good Chop is one of the newer meat subscription services, but in my opinion, they don’t disappoint.
They offer flexible meat subscription options that are all American, all-natural, convenient, and flash frozen.
How much is a Good Chop subscription?
As of this writing, Good Chop has two subscription options available:
- Medium Plan ($149) – Recommended for individuals and small families. Includes 6 menu selections.
- Large Plan ($269) – Recommended for medium families. Includes 12 menu selections.
Note: In addition to offering cancellation at any time, they also offer a 100% Satisfaction Money Back Guarantee.
What meats come with a Good Chop subscription?
You can customize your Good Chop subscription to include any combination of beef, pork, chicken, and seafood.
Here’s a full list of Good Chop meats.
I was able to try the beef flat iron steaks, ground beef, pacific cod, sockeye salmon, beef ribeye steaks, and beef filet mignon.
Who should try Good Chop?
If you’re looking to make dinnertime a little less hectic, Good Chop would be perfect for you. Ideally, you’ll have a deep freezer available to store meals until you’re ready to cook them.
As someone who is getting back into meal planning, I found the subscription to be very convenient and the meat was delicious.
See Also: Simple Guide For Weekly Meal Planning
Also, the portion-sealed packages made life a little easier as a busy mom with a newborn. The meat is freezer ready – no prep required.
If you’re a new parent and have limited time for planning out dinner you’d benefit from this meat subscription service.
Unfortunately, they don’t have gift cards yet, but maybe soon, because this would also make a fantastic gift idea for foodies and expectant parents.
See Also: Gift Ideas For Foodies
My Good Chop review
Good Chop’s meat subscription didn’t disappoint.
The quality of the meat was phenomenal, the package shipped quickly and didn’t melt during transit, and I feel as though the pricing is justifiable.
Depending on the size of your family, the Medium Plan will provide a week’s worth of main courses – all you have to do is add sides!
The only improvements I’d like to personally see are the options to send as a gift (gift cards) and recipe cards for the selected meats.
I love that the subscription is flexible (you can cancel anytime) AND the money-back guarantee. It shows they are very confident that the majority are going to like their meats.
Some of the meals we made:
Bottom Line: It’s worth giving Good Chop a try
Overall Good Chop is a great meat subscription to consider trying – especially if you want to make meal planning easier. Ideally, individuals, couples, and small to medium families will benefit the most from their current subscription options.
I feel that they provide great value for the money, ship quickly, and have high-quality meat and seafood options.