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SHERRY PINES says ...
LOOKING FOR TOM TURKY UN COOK AROUND 36 POUND FOR THANKS GIVING.
11/11/2011 9:23:13 AM CST
Patricia Eutzy says ...
Hi seen a ad in Lancaster Farmer that you are looking for possible people to maybe grow turkeys I think that's what the ad is impying. If so we are interested let us know via email or fax 8146673757 ok Thank you Patty Eutzy
09/18/2011 10:46:36 AM CDT
janejohnson says ...
@Patricia We LOVE turkeys! Because much of the company’s product sourcing is done locally and regionally, I would encourage you to reach out to your local store directly with your offer to supply Whole Foods with tasty turkeys. This flexibility allows every one of our stores to best serve the needs and requests of local shoppers. The link below will help identify your community store and you will be able to find their contact information from there. http://wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/
09/19/2011 2:39:19 PM CDT
pat oleary says ...
what is the largest turkey breast that i can purchase. do you ship the turkeys thanks
10/20/2011 2:58:14 PM CDT
janejohnson says ...
@Pat Mmm turkey! The largest turkey breast available for purchase is going to differ from store to store since our Regions have separate turkey supply, depends on the birds available, etc. For the most accurate information regarding the available turkey breast at your store, I encourage you to reach out to your community Whole Foods Market directly. The link below will help you identify the contact information for that page and a Team Member from your store will be happy to help get you the turkey breast of your dreams. ;) http://wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/
10/28/2011 1:21:32 PM CDT
maryse nelson says ...
How do I go about ordering a turkey for Thanksgiving??
11/03/2011 4:51:27 PM CDT
janejohnson says ...
@Deb The best way to get the most accurate information regarding how to cook your turkey is to talk to the individuals at our Holiday Table. The Holiday Table Team Members have the training and experience necessary to recommend some best practices and tips. The link below will help you identify the contact information for your store. I encourage you to give the store a call and ask to be connected with the holiday table. No matter what cooking temperature and time you choose, it is of the utmost importance for you to use a thermometer to ensure proper inner cooking temperature. Good Luck! www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores
11/22/2011 10:37:20 AM CST
Deb says ...
I'm ordering a Koch heirloom turkey this year. Are you supplying cooking instructions? I see all different ways to cook 325F, 350F, 400F 425F online. Please advise!!! Thanks. Oh, I want to stuff the bird too. Thanks.
11/18/2011 2:21:07 PM CST
Don Watson says ...
Is Koch's Turkey farm in any way (no matter how remotely) related to or owned by the KOCH Brothers? It would ruin our holidays to know we had eaten a turkey that benefited the KOCH Brothers.
11/13/2012 4:44:02 PM CST
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@DON - Thanks for your question. I spoke with the meat department and they mentioned that some regions still source turkey from Koch's Turkey and is NOT affiliated with the Koch Brothers. Koch Foods is a small family business in Tamaqua, PA. If you still want to confirm with your local store, the Meat department should be able to let you know where they source their turkeys from. There should be additional options from various vendors for you to purchase!
11/14/2012 1:40:14 PM CST
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12/23/2012 1:51:24 AM CST
Serg says ...
I just want to thank you guys for the way you treat your turkeys. I really wish you guys the best!
03/08/2013 12:36:25 AM CST
cynthia a haynes says ...
went to whole foods in Tallahassee Fla. to day and you very good turkey was no where to be found in that store. I really wanted some turkey drum sticks for thanksgiving so is there any were else that I might be able to find you product. Can you ship directly to me--not for thanksgiving but in the future as Tallahassee is 1.5 hours driving time from me. Thanks.
11/25/2013 7:24:46 PM CST
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@CYNTHIA - If you are trying to reach the Koch vendors directly, I would suggest contacting them through their website at http://www.kochsturkey.com/.
11/26/2013 1:30:53 PM CST
Dawnmarie says ...
Is the locally grown corn and soybean fed to the turkey's from non-GMO seed?
01/22/2014 4:53:28 PM CST
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@DAWNMARIE - It depends on the turkey vendor. If you are inquiring specifically about Koch's Turkey Farm I would suggest asking them directly. The best way to avoid GMOs in animal feed would be to look for organic options.
01/23/2014 2:08:58 PM CST
james says ...
How do you now if the feed your feeding your organic turkeys is non GMO?
04/21/2014 10:56:15 AM CDT
james says ...
Is the organic turkey feed tested to see if it's non GMO? Do they grow the organic feed that they feed to their turkeys? Are you part of the non gmo project?
04/21/2014 11:14:40 AM CDT
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@JAMES - If you're looking for non-GMO turkeys, look for an organic option. All organic foods sold in the US must be certified to the USDA National Organic Standards, which prohibit the use of GMOs. Therefore, all the feed fed to the turkeys must be organic and non-GMO if they are labeled as organic.
04/21/2014 4:34:41 PM CDT

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