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Mine doesn't carry it either.
We're moving and getting a chest freezer; as soon as we're done I'm going to the local TJ's and buying their entire stock of grass-fed ground beef. One package is a meal for me and the husband; two packages is a meal for me, him and the kiddos or me, him and a guest or two. It's awesome tasting stuff - I just add coconut oil or butter to up the fat content when I cook it.
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TJ by me carries it now(i don't really like shopping there though) and Costco in my area carries it for $4 something. 75 percent of the meat I eat now is all this ground beef. Its not local meat but the price is right.
the only grassfed beef my local TJ has is ground beef. all the steaks, roasts, etc are all labelled "vegetarian fed." The grassfed ground stuff isnt too good though. I made a couple burgers. Its ok i guess. I like a little fattier grind i think. If i recall correctly the package was 85 15 - bit too lean for my liking.
Proudly eating grassfed beef for the last 13 years always from local ranchers!
I share a small refrigerator and freezer with 4 other people, all eating SAD, one vegetarian. I don't have the space or $ for my own freezer. buying the bulk required for me to be able to afford mail-order is not gonna work. For me, to be able to pick up 100% grass fed organic meat at trader joes means I get to eat grass fed meat.