Free-range pigs are notoriously healthier and happier, feeling free to roam their land eating as they please and giving keynote speeches at motivational seminars. Live the good life with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Bratwursts and Sausages
All sausages are made from all-natural, low-fat pork with no MSG or nitrates. Sausages range $7.99–$8.99 per pound and include options such as the polynesian brat with chunks of pineapple ($8.99/pound), smoked-apple sausage ($7.99/pound), andouille ($7.99/pound), and beer brats ($7.99/pound) for backyard barbecues.
T-Bones Natural Meats
When Terry Yake found his way off his family's farm to pursue a career as a professional hockey player, he didn't dream that it would lead him back. During his time with the St. Louis Blues, Terry would return from every trip back home to Manitoba, Canada, with a care package under his arm, packed with the farm's fresh, free-range beef. His teammates got a taste at a backyard barbecue and began clamoring for more beef like a carnivorous pack of parrots. When Terry returned to the St. Louis area, so did the demand for his family's meat. He began running a bare-bones operation out of his garage, which eventually grew into a retail outlet that allows Terry to share the fruit of his family's labor with the community he now, happily, calls home.
All of T-Bones Natural Meats's beef comes from animals that graze freely, without the effects of hormones, steroids, or antibiotics. The same can be said for the free-range poultry, pork, and bison that the team procures from area farms. The animals eat what they would in nature, which Terry believes results in a better taste, a better conscience, and better nutrition—as studies have shown. Their sausages are made from pigs that have been raised equally kindly; the meat is wrapped in natural casings with all-natural add-ons, such as fresh mushrooms, just-chopped apples, and pure maple syrup. All the meat is flash-frozen, a more eco-friendly way of salting it and storing it in an ice palace.
89% of 496 customers
“The food was really good, but the deal wasn't that great (the deal was $12 for $20 worth of food, but I ended up having to spend another $8-$9 in the store to...”
“The food was really good, but the deal wasn't that great (the deal was $12 for $20 worth of food, but I ended up having to spend another $8-$9 in the store to meet/exceed $20 worth, so I basically spent $20 for $30 worth of food]).”
“It is very good and good for you, but be prepared, it is very pricey!!...but, like I said, very good, and very good for you.”
“Lots of variety...haven't tasted it yet, but personal service was good and it looks yummy!”
121 Ofallon Commons Drive
O'Fallon, Missouri 63368