Where to Find a Turkey for Thanksgiving 2017 in Guangzhou

By That's PRD, November 13, 2017

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Planning to cater your own feast this Thanksgiving, or at least host? Here's four select spots that are going to make your life a whole lot easier when it comes to November 23 celebrations.

The Butcher Shop

Orders are already open for Thanksgiving turkeys at The Butcher Shop. Prices are fixed at RMB85 per kilogram and birds are expected to weight between 7-8 kilograms. For an additional RMB200, the culinary masters at The Butcher Shop will also cook your turkey and throw in some stuffing and gravy for good measure!

RMB85 per kilogram. See listing for The Butcher Shop.

Corner’s Deli

Corner’s Deli is selling frozen turkeys for RMB118 per kilogram, with the average turkey weighing 7 kilograms. If you want your bird cooked for you, that service will run you RMB280. Enjoy a 10 percent off discount if you place your order before November 19.

RMB118 per kilogram. See listings for Corner's Deli.

Guangzhou Grocery

Snag a 6.7-kilogram frozen Norbest Ranch raised turkey, from the US of A, for RMB568 per bird. 

RMB568. Click here to shop.

Nogogo

For RMB440, you can have a frozen 5.5-kilogram Chilean turkey delivered right to your door courtesy of the folks over at Nogogo, the PRD’s most expansive online grocery store. Roasted birds cost RMB890. It’s also worth noting that every turkey purchased via Nogogo comes with a free bottle of Aussie wine valued at RMB120.

As with every year, supplies are limited – so act fast!

RMB440 (frozen) RMB890 (roasted). Click here to shop


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[Image via The Food Network]

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