Wholesome Meats Offers Free Beef for Earth Day

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Wholesome Meats Offers Free Beef for Earth Day
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Wholesome Meats Offers Free Planet-Friendly Beef in Honor of Earth Day

Wholesome Meats, the planet-friendly beef brand, offers customers a free pound of beef and premium steak with online orders placed between April 21-25

WHAT:

In celebration of Earth Week, Wholesome Meats is offering a “buy one, gift one” promotion to all online shoppers. For every ground beef or premium steak order placed from April 21 – April 25th, Wholesome Meats will add a complimentary pound of ground beef and a premium steak to customers’ orders. The offer is good on orders of premium grass-fed and finished ground beef, and on select steak cuts. Wholesome Meats offers tenderloin filets, bone-in and boneless ribeye, New York Strip Steak, tri-tip steak, and Bavette steaks. 

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In addition, the planet-friendly beef brand is partnering with the U.S Department of Agriculture to plant a tree for every online order placed between April 21-25.

Wholesome Meats beef is raised by independent ranchers throughout the United States that practice regenerative agriculture and rotational cattle grazing. The practice of regenerative agriculture is a holistic approach to land and animal management, creating rich soil and grass which sequesters carbon and allows for a more sustainable beef product.

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Wholesome Meats is Beef that Helps Heal Our Planet!

WHERE:

Orders can be placed on Getwholesome.com. Delivery is available to all 50 States.

WHEN:

Wednesday – Sunday, April 21 – April 25. 

INFO:

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www.getwholesome.com

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Instagram: @Wholesome_Meats

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ABOUT WHOLESOME MEATS

Wholesome Meats is a San Antonio-based beef brand dedicated to accelerating the consumer adoption of regenerative agriculture. Offering the most delicious and nutritious premium ground beef, Wholesome Meats simultaneously heals the planet through regenerative grazing practices. These practices rebuild rich topsoil and capture harmful carbon from the atmosphere, which equates to a carbon-negative product that is as good for the land as for the rancher, cattle, and consumer. For more information, visit www.getwholesome.com.

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