The rep shows up and offers a sample of ground beef and does a nice talk about grass-fed cows and free range chickens and such.
Then for minimal order they figure if you spend $50 a week on meat you can spend about $2600 a year + tax, so why not buy it all upfront, you'll have great meat in your freezer for the whole year.
But they never tell you that the food costs is only $1650, and the rest is stupid fees that they put on top of it, like cutting and aging - $248, wrapping and freezing - $385, facilities and overhead - $360, Service (wtf???) - $248 cost breakdown. I'm pretty sure that food cost is actually what you would pay for the same meat at the supermarket (after cutting and wrapping/freezing), so the rest is just a nice way to add "some" profit. I don't know what was covering that cost break-down when I signed that sheet of paper as there is my signature on the bottom of that page, sticky note maybe, but I'm sure I haven't seen it when I was signing it, as everybody would send the rep out of the door once they see this.
Now if they told me that it's a great meat and you paying extra for it, I'd most likely still ordered it as I was looking for quality meat and was buying beef from farmers market anyway, so I'm ok spending the money, just not on the stupid fees.
So I can calm myself that I just paid extra for great meat (still have to try it out to see how good it is), but there is a bit of bad taste in my mouth from this "deal".
Hope this review will help somebody make more informative order decision.