Chef Shuttle announces collaboration with farmers' cooperative for Thanksgiving | Rock Candy

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Chef Shuttle announces collaboration with farmers' cooperative for Thanksgiving

Posted By on Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 8:45 AM

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Restaurant delivery service Chef Shuttle is teaming up with the Grass Roots Farmers' Cooperative to make getting your Thanksgiving turkey a cinch this year. Place an order for your turkey by 10 p.m. on this Thursday, November 19, and you're guaranteed to get your turkey by the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. These aren't just any birds. They're raised here in Arkansas by local farmers, they're all free-range birds, each bird is fed on Arkansas grown GMO-free corn and soybeans—and they're utterly delicious. 

For information on pricing and sizes, visit Chef Shuttle's page. And if you'd like to know more about just what the Grass Roots Farmers' Cooperative is all about, you can check out this story we did on them in Arkansas Food & Farm magazine last summer. Happy Thanksgiving!

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