Where does /ck/ buy its meats?
>local meat market reporting
Most american's don't have access to butchers and when they do they view with mistrust as being both foreign and socialist. Keep in mind that most of the posters on /ck/ were raised on trailer trash food/grease so it's unlikely that they could taste the difference anyway.
>chicken is .59/lb this week
shit, glad you made me check OP
pretty much always get my chicken from these beaners
I've always wondered why local places have such cheap prices then I realized because they dont have corporate overhead. Most are owned by a local dude. I live in chicago and this supermaket sells food and produce super cheap. Processed foods are still the same price but meats and produce, fresh stuff is super cheap. This is a screen from this week's local ad.
OP, I raise my own and offer a meat CSA. People pay a lot of money for what I have, but pay even more at Whole Foods or upscale butcher shops.
As a local meat market, I'd suggest offering some stuff that you can source "locally"- make sure you can tell people what farm it came from, as well as cheaper, commodity stuff. Obviously, depending wehre you are, you know what you can charge. I think a lot of people like options, and one of those options should be expensive and teh animals needed to have lived a good life.
Deli down the street. It's run by someone with the same homeland as I so I can haggle.