Prices are all F.O.B. Plant/Storage Facility and are subject to change without notice due to availability and market conditions.
Ordering Procedures and Processes:
- 1. Placing orders is easy, with three different methods to choose from:
- 2. Order submission cut-off date for any fresh harvest is 3 business days prior to any harvest date.
- 3. Minimum Order of 5 cases is required to fill any requests
- 4. Late fresh order submissions or orders received after order submission cut off time, will be considered an order submission for the next scheduled harvest or will be pulled from inventory (when available).
- 5. Special requests and Specialty cuts: We request to have those submitted to the office by Friday afternoons prior to any harvest on a Wednesday – OR – Wednesday afternoons for harvests on Fridays or Mondays. This is requested in order to provide the best service and cut preparation options.
- 6. FRESH HARVEST DETAILS: Late order requests or additions to orders, will not be processed and when available will be pulled from inventory – this may delay delivery dates and times and in most cases will result in a requirement to transport separately . If you have an order that maybe late, please call the office to discussion ordering options.
- 7. Transportation costs are the responsibility of the customer. In most cases it is preferred that the customer arranges their own transportation (pickup and delivery). Transportation can be arrange through Canadian Rangeland and hired out at the carrier rate and will vary depending on the carrier.
Credit: All new customers must complete a credit application which can be obtained by calling the office (403) 786-9900. Terms are net 14 days, on approved credit. Initial orders will be shipped C.O.D. for 3 months. A $25 administrative fee will be charged on all NSF cheques.
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“Bison is one of Alberta’s signature foods and our food tour leaders at Alberta Food Tours Inc., mention it on all of our food tours in the province. We hope to see sustainable growth in the industry because of bison’s value as a keystone conservation species, as a healthful food for humanity and because it has an original and delicious taste that will bring food travellers to Alberta from all over the world to try it”. – Karen Anderson President, Alberta Food Tours Inc.
“At an event where the guests are acutely aware of the significance of pedigree and breeding, the food had to match that expectation. Canadian Bison is special, and in representing Canada to an elite and discerning customer that appreciates that kind of commitment to quality was also special. The dish was a hit.” - Twist by Roger Mooking from the Taste of the World at the Breeders Cup 2016