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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long are Tailgater®Toby products good for if kept in the refrigerator?
A:
The meat products will last for up to 5 to 7 days in the refrigerator and up to 8 months in the freezer.

Q: How should I prepare my Tailgater®Toby in order to produce a tasty mouth-watering flavor?
A:
There's no need to BBQ or season the meat because Tailgater®Toby meats have been BBQ in package with our trademark sauce. Keep frozen until one day before warming up. Keep in refrigerator the night before.

Q: Do I have to worry about delivering Tailgater®Toby to my family and friends?
A: No! Tailgater®Toby will ship the meat directly to their home or arrange for pick up at a convenient location.

Q: How is Tailgater®Toby shipped?
A: Tailgater®Toby is shipped via USPS on Mondays or Tuesdays except on Holidays. If one of these days fall on a Holiday shipment will be the following week.

Q: After I collect money for the gift cards how long does it take for my patrons to receive them.
A: Patrons recieve cards at the time of sale. Once Tailgater®Toby receives the money along with the order forms, your patrons should receive their products seven to fourteen days from that date.

Q: How long do we receive the profits on all reorders from my patrons?
A: For life of your patron. If he moves any where in the U.S. and continues to order Tailgater®Toby 10 years down the road you'll be receiving checks quarterly.

Q: How do i warmup Tailgater®Toby products?rowave oven?
A: Microwave, Oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or drop whole package in boiling water for 15 minutes.

 

Product Safety
At TailgaterMeat!, we take food safety very seriously. Our top priority is ensuring the integrity of our products and the trust of our customers. We pride ourselves on the quality and safety of our products, and we meet or exceed all industry and government standards in the production of our products. Because of our constant commitment to safety, Tailgater Meat! has in place a sophisticated food-handling system that is among the best in the industry. If you are interested in learning more about food safety or have specific questions, click on any of the topics below.


Product Safe Handling Instructions
Proper procedures when handling food will ensure the enjoyment of your products from Tailgater Meat!. Here are some things to keep in mind: Always thaw your products in the refrigerator or one of the other recommended methods explained under thawing your product. Never thaw products at room temperature. Food products will not last indefinitely in the freezer or refrigerator. Always plan to use your foods from Tailgater Meat! in a reasonable amount of time. Do not use the same cutting board or platter for raw meats and cooked meats. Wash hands, utensils, cutting boards and counters that contact raw food. Cook meats to the proper degree of doneness. Beef Meat items need to be cooked to the 160 degree F internal temperature. Do not allow cooked meals to stand at room temperature. Always refrigerate leftovers immediately.

Meats to the proper degree of doneness: (Beef: 150 to 155 F degree internal) , (Pork: 155 – 160 F degree internal) (Chicken: 165 F degree internal)

 
This product was prepared from inspected and passed meat and/or poultry. Some food products may contain bacteria that could cause illness if the product is mis-handled or cooked improperly. For your protection, follow these safe handling procedures.
   
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Keep refrigerated or frozen. Thaw in refrigerator or microwave.
 
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Keep raw meat and poultry separate from other foods. Wash working surfaces (including cutting boards), utensils, and hands after touching raw meat or poultry
 
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Cook thoroughly
 
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Keep hot foods hot. Refrigerate leftovers immediately or discard
 
Sample of the USDA Safe Handling Instructions found on every Tailgater Meat! product box.

Thawing Product
For best results, thaw all meat in the refrigerator. Remove meat from the box and place in a single layer on a tray. Always leave the wrapper on while thawing. Good results can also be obtained in less time by thawing steaks in cold water. Following is a timetable for defrosting meats in the refrigerator
Meat Time in Refrigerator to Defrost (36 to 40 degrees F)
   
1 inch Steak
12 to 14 hours
   
Pork Products 1 day per 1 to 2 pounds
   
Poultry/Chicken 1 day per 1 to 2 pounds
 

Storing Product
FIRST, keep your freezer as cold as possible. Even a small increase in temperature can shorten the storage life of all frozen foods. SECOND, it is best to leave your steaks in their box to protect quality and freshness. If you do not have room for this, it's OK to remove your steaks from the box and store them in their vacuum package.


Kitchen Thermometers
We always recommend that a thermometer be used when testing for doneness. It is a quick simple way to test that your product is properly cooked.
Meats to the proper degree of doneness:
Beef: 150 to 155 F degree internal
Pork: 155 – 160 F degree internal
Chicken: 165 F degree internal

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How to Contact Tailgater Meat!
We are ready to take your call or email: Toll Free: 866-766-4303 / sales@tailgatermeat.com 

 
 
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