Yes, you can order online from our website and we ship orders using FedEX from our facility.
a. What are your order shipping confirmation lead times?
1-4 business days depending on order volumes and inventory. Delays do occur due to high order volumes and can be a few week!
Current Delay: 2 Weeks.
b. Which days do you ship out?
We ship orders on Wednesdays. We do also try to ship on Mondays and Tuesdays. This depends on inventory at our facility.
c. FedEx Service: We ship using 2 Day Service Express. We do not offer expedited shipping yet.
d. Order Packing: We pack our orders inside a styrofoam cooler or an insulation liner with dry ice, all packed in a corrugated box. The amount of dry ice is determined based on what is sufficient to ensure the product reaches you chilled or thawed (external factors like the Weather affect this). Our product can be frozen, just place them in the freezer once received.
e. Issues with receiving your order: If you find any damaged product once the order is received, or there are any concerns, please take a picture and/or contact us right away via email at email@example.com. We will take care of you and address any concerns.
f. Why is shipping "expensive"?
We split the shipping costs into tiers based on cost of storage, shipping, insulation and packaging with dry ice. So, the shipping costs you see below include insulation and dry ice to maintain the products chilled during transit.
|Tier||Order Value||Shipping Cost|
|Shipping, Insulation, & Dry Ice||$0.00–$19.99||$65.00|
|Shipping, Insulation, & Dry Ice||$20.00–$44.99||$60.00|
|Shipping, Insulation, & Dry Ice||$45.00–$74.99||$55.00|
g. How should I handle the Dry Ice?
Caution, dry ice is extremely cold, (-78C/-109F). Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Use gloves or a really thick towel (ideally a few) to handle. It is best to keep it in the Styrofoam cooler in a well ventilated space away and out of reach from children to slowly dissipate. DO NOT pour. water on it to melt, it will rapidly release carbon dioxide which may cause rapid suffocation! If inhaled, move to space with fresh air and call emergency services.