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Costco wow: Pederson's Farm Sausage 10 pack

Sweet100sSweet100s Posts: 469
edited June 23 in Off Topic
If you've ever had the breakfast sausage at an Austin Kerbey Lane, you've had Pederson's Natural Farms' breakfast sausage. I know this because I convinced the server to let me see the label in the kitchen.  

A lot of sausage tastes similar to me with 2 exceptions: Pederson's, and the special sausage with brisket and other meats at Interstellar BBQ.

This really makes me wish making space for a freezer wasn't #9 on my project priority list...

As usual,  Costco's price is truly a good sale price not a fake sale price. 
(Costco has a 10-pack for $90 vs $135 if ordering off Pederson's website)

This is the item available from Costco
https://www.costco.com/pederson-natural-farms-no-sugar-italian-ground-sausage-1-lb%2c-10-pack.product.100667533.html

https://pedersonsfarms.com/2016/12/09/no-sugar-italian-ground-sausage/

Not same product as the breakfast sausage
https://pedersonsfarms.com/2016/12/09/breakfast-sausage/
but I bet it's delicious it does not include crap chemicals and tons of sugar.

I've found Pederson's breakfast sausage in Austin at the Wheatsville Coop South in the freezer
It looks like Whole Foods has them too.
https://pedersonsfarms.com/where-to-buy/

Anyway, posting here since this is the kind of business I hope survives with so many restaurants closed and not buying as much of their product.

Comments

  • HeavyGHeavyG Posts: 7,037
    I'm in for 10 pounds.
    Camped out in the (757/948/804)
  • NDGNDG Posts: 1,985
    Cool, I will look for Pedersons, never seen it before and sausage is my fav.  BUT when it comes to support - how about your small local butchers ??  This company distributes to Costco, WF, Etc. so I would think they can weather the storm better than your >10 man local butcher shop. 

    My local butcher seems to be doing well with all the home cooking (always lines and requests have been sold out).  All I know  . . it would really suck if these mom & pop shops disappear and we are stuck with annoying costco, target, etc.  


    Columbus, Ohio
  • LegumeLegume Posts: 10,583
    NDG said:
    Cool, I will look for Pedersons, never seen it before and sausage is my fav.  BUT when it comes to support - how about your small local butchers ??  This company distributes to Costco, WF, Etc. so I would think they can weather the storm better than your >10 man local butcher shop. 

    My local butcher seems to be doing well with all the home cooking (always lines and requests have been sold out).  All I know  . . it would really suck if these mom & pop shops disappear and we are stuck with annoying costco, target, etc.  



    They’re not huge, they’re local (if you’re in Texas where the thread originated) and they’re not “corporate-factory”

  • Sweet100sSweet100s Posts: 469
    Thanks Legume, I hadn't read their "about us" page you linked
    Now I think even more of them.



  • HotchHotch Posts: 3,539
    I've driven by there dozens of times!
    Never knew they were in Hamilton TX!
    Large BGE, MiniMAX BGE, 2 Mini BGE's, R&V Fryer, 36" Blackstone Griddle, Camp Chef Dual Burner 40K BTU Stove
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    Prosper, TX
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