Whole Foods Market Introduces the Thanksgiving Turkey Protection Plan Insurance

Source:  Author Corey Coyle

Due to the Corona virus this year you may not be able to see grandma who would be in the kitchen cooking up Thanksgiving dinner. Perhaps your relatives live far away, and you won’t be joining the family this year as usual. Some of you may be on your own making Thanksgiving dinner for the first time. And we all know that sometimes things happen with the Turkey that you didn’t expect. It comes out burnt, it’s dry,  and the whole meal just didn’t quite taste the way it did when you were a child or at family holiday gatherings pre-Covid.

But wait, there is hope. Even if you mess up, don’t feel too bad because Whole Foods has your back. Whole Foods Market well now give you Thanksgiving Turkey protection insurance.

“To be eligible for the Thanksgiving Turkey Protection Plan, shoppers must purchase and obtain their Whole Foods Market brand turkey between Nov. 11-22. If your Thanksgiving turkey turns out overcooked, undercooked, burnt, dry or just doesn’t end up cooking like you thought it would, don’t worry. Visit TurkeyProtectionPlan.com for full details on how to submit a claim to be eligible for a $35 Whole Foods Market gift card, limited to the first 1,000 claims, beginning November 26*.” Source Wholefoods

How to get the best price on your Turkey at Whole Foods

Order your Turkey from 11th of November up until the 22nd and you’ll get an uncooked organic Whole Foods brand Turkey for $3.49 a pound or the classic turkeys for $2.49 a pound. If you are a prime member these discounts will apply -get the organic Turkey for just $2.99 a pound and one $1.99 a pound for the Classic Turkey. All turkeys will meet strict hi quality standards for third party animal welfare audits of all the farms and ranches where the turkeys are produced . No antibiotics or animal byproducts in the feed or ever included in these turkeys.

See the recipes below for Thanksgiving desert and side dish ideas.

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