If you would like to make a custom order or you would like to make a purchase of an item you don't see on our website please send us an email at info@mykoshermeat.com

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What does My Kosher Meat sell?

A: We sell Glatt Kosher meat from many different companies, all with the strictest Rabbinic supervision.
What makes us different from any other online meat seller is that we sell meat and chicken in wholesale packing and sizes.
Meaning, that instead of selling one piece of meat at a time, we sell multiple pieces at a vastly better price.

Q: How do I buy meat?

A: The first step to purchasing meat is to select the products you want and place them in your cart.
Next, you will be prompted to check out. Once you click on the checkout button you will need to fill out the required fields, After which, you will be prompted to enter your credit card information and shipping information.
Once you click pay, your order will be processed and your credit card will be charged based on the weight of the products you purchased.
Once your credit card is charged you will be sent an email with the invoice for the order.

Q: How much do you charge for shipping?

A: The price of shipping is deppendent on where you live and what products you are buying. The closer one is to New York the cheaper it will be.

Q: How do I receive my order?

A: Once the order is processed, the products you have purchased will be delivered to your door either by local delivery or by UPS.

Q: When will I receive my order?

A: Depending on where you live will determan when you recieve your order. For example, if you live in the tri state area you may recieve it as soon as the next day or if you live in california it may take up to a week.

Q: Do you deliver to my area?

A: We deliver all across the united states.

Q: To whom does My Kosher Meat sell to?

A: Due to My Kosher Meat not being an official meat distributor we only sell and deliver to residential addresses as well as synagogues/shuls.

Q: What makes meat kosher?

A: Kosher meat is made kosher through a process of ritual slaughter, washing and salting that ensures that the meat is treated humainly and blood free.