FAQ

Yes. All fresh, single ingredient chicken is gluten-free. Always be sure to look for any fine print that may mention added solutions, seasonings or coatings.
When possible, thaw your frozen chicken in the refrigerator, never on the countertop. This generally takes about five hours per pound, so it's good to plan ahead. If you're in a hurry, you can immerse wrapped poultry in cold water. Be sure to change the water every half hour or so for effective thawing. You can also use the microwave, but watch the chicken carefully since the thinner portions tend to cook while the thicker sections are still thawing. Follow the microwave manufacturer's recommendations regarding defrosting cycles for poultry.
All of our meat is delivered fresh in cryovaced bags. It will last for up to 3 weeks in a fridge un-opened or 1 year frozen. Once bag is opened, it is best to cook within 2 days.
Absolutely not. The use or administration of hormones or steroids in chicken production is strictly prohibited by the USDA. The only hormones found in our chickens are those that occur naturally. Just like they do in any living plant or animal.
Allergens are usually a substance or protein that can cause a reaction if consumed or if come into contact with. Common foods that may cause a food allergy include: cereals containing gluten (eg. wheat, barley, rye, oats and spelt), peanuts, tree nuts (e.g. cashews, almonds, walnuts), shellfish, fish, milk, eggs, sesame seeds
We are on the leading edge of quality control in the industry. We often go beyond what is generally required to ensure you receive the highest quality products available. That's one of the reasons we insist on formulating our own feed and operating our own hatcheries. We want to control as much of our product's environment as possible so the items you purchase are wholesome, delicious and, above all, safe.
We sell sliced cuts and small whole roasts available at our stockists. If you are after a whole cut email us with your request and we will get back to you with a obligation free quote.
All of our chicken is delivered fresh in cryovac bags. It will last for up to 3 weeks in a fridge un-opened or 1 year frozen. Once bag is opened, it is best to cook within 2 days.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) extensively monitor and test the administration of all antibiotics in chickens. To date, neither FDA nor USDA have identified detectable levels of any medicine in chickens raised by Sanderson Farms.