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American Wagyu Beef Bavette $17 a pound, Live Alaskan King Crab $395, Wild Black Truffles $130

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Regalis Foods that supplies Michelin-starred restaurants in New York City is selling their food straight to people's homes during the coronavirus lockdown

This company just lost 99% of it's business so it has have huge amounts of fresh inventory it needs to sell

https://www.businessinsider.com/m...ery-2020-3

https://www.regalisfoods.com/

https://www.regalisfoods.com/supplies
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Spotted this on Regalis Foods Facebook, posted 3/26/2020 (link to FB post [facebook.com]):

"We are currently offering a free 1 oz Black Kaluga Caviar on all orders over 250$ placed by email for home delivery through Sunday March 29th.

Please also continue to check in daily for our most up to date product offerings. Our new list is attached.

We are continuing to offer free home delivery in New York, Chicago, and TX as well as fedex flat rate overnight shipping for nationwide delivery for $60

You're continued support through this difficult time is keeping us open, our employees paid, and our purveyors from losing their livelihoods.

Please email all NYC orders to questions@regalisfoods.com

For Chicago orders please email:
Orders@regalischicago.com

For TX orders please email:
hello@regalistx.com"

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Would've tried the American Wagyu Bavette if it wasn't for the $70 shipping fee.
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Would've tried the American Wagyu Bavette if it wasn't for the $70 shipping fee.
it depends on location. for example, it's $28 for me or 10lbs next day air ? I think
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Would've tried the American Wagyu Bavette if it wasn't for the $70 shipping fee.
It's still a good price even with the shipping (around $30/lb), but the disappointing part for me was the fact the linked article states shipping is free to NYC/Chicago/Texas over $100 - the address I entered is in that market and shipping was $60.
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Out of the good stuff.
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Going to get the Live King Crab to keep as a quarantine pet 😁
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Going to get the Live King Crab to keep as a quarantine pet 😁
you can fatten it up and eat the profits!
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you can fatten it up and eat the profits!
There is no fat in King Crab, pure protein!
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Actually I am hearing about people in their local communities contacting their favorite restaurants to see if they have raw inventory they can buy to help them out. I'm not talking deals - just doing something to help these guys survive until the world returns to normal.
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I didn't see the wagyu beef price, must have sold out fast
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Interesting. How do they ship live King crab from the Norwegian Sea to your door?
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i didn't see the wagyu beef price, must have sold out fast
$85/5=$17
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It's still a good price even with the shipping (around $30/lb), but the disappointing part for me was the fact the linked article states shipping is free to NYC/Chicago/Texas over $100 - the address I entered is in that market and shipping was $60.
You need to email them to get free shipping, they have up to date inventory on Facebook.
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Interesting. How do they ship live King crab from the Norwegian Sea to your door?
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A live king crab, which is "pretty much the most expensive thing we are selling at the moment," says Purkayastha, will run you about $395 for a large 8.5-pound crab.

The company's live crustaceans are kept in a live tank in their New York warehouse in Queens, and then shipped to customers in a special box that oxygen is pumped into. The company also has warehouses in Chicago and Dallas, Texas.

"They arrive alive," Purkayastha. "A lot of king crab that's frozen is precooked and pasteurized and there's lots of preserving agents that are added, so buying a live king crab has a completely different flavor profile than your typical frozen crab leg. "
Sadly, I don't have a barrel that fits in my kitchen to steam a whole king crab in.
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