Zaycon Fresh Turkey Breast Roast Only $3.35/lb! (was $4.29)

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Zaycon Fresh Turkey Breast Roast Only $3.35/lb! (was $4.29)

I am super excited about this sale!! Get the Turkey Breast Roasts from Zaycon Fresh for only $3.35 per pound, down from $4.29 per pound!! Just enter promo code GET22NOW at checkout.


Description:

  • The easiest way to serve gravy-ready, real turkey breast any day of the week.
  • These Boneless Turkey Breast Roasts are all-natural and minimally processed, with skin on.
  • Super convenient, arrives to you frozen and sealed in self-venting, oven-ready bag.
  • No defrosting required; just pop frozen breast in the oven right from the freezer for easy, ready-to-carve turkey dinner.
  • Easy roast-in-the-bag packaging ensures a perfect succulent turkey slice after slice.
  • Great for slicing up for holiday-caliber turkey sandwiches any time at all.
  • Each 24lb case contains 6 vacuum-sealed, frozen turkey breast roasts with a freezer shelf life of 1 year.

These will be perfect in our smoker this summer.

Haven’t ordered from Zaycon Fresh before? Read about my first experience with Zaycon Fresh HERE. Since that purchase in 2014, I have ordered chicken breasts, 93/7 ground beef, pork tenderloin, bacon wrapped pork filets, and whole chickens. I am picking up Kansas City Strip Steaks and Center Cut Pork Loin Chops in May, too! Keeping my freezer stocked with meat means that we don’t eat out nearly as much as we used to. No excuse for not having food in the house to make a meal. 🙂

Sale ends Monday, May 21, 2018.

Note: This code may also be used on Chicken Thighs ($1.86/lb) and Premium Pork Tenderloins ($2.49/lb).

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  1. Bill Vanderyacht says:

    We have a Zaycon turkey breast. What is temperature and cooking time? Do you leave it in plastic that it came in?

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