❤ Be Still Farms News - ❤ Exciting new deals on shipping ❤

❤ Be Still Farms News - ❤ Exciting new deals on shipping ❤

Happy September!

Be Still Farms News - Brand new free shipping deals and black bean discount!

❤ We now have free shipping! Also 1-2 day free shipping availability depending on product and buyer location


❤ New discount for 15% off our delicious organic Black Turtle Beans! Discount code BLACKBEAN15 will automatically be applied at the checkout.

Black Turtle Beans are nutritious and incredibly beneficial for your health! to learn more about black turtle beans check out our blogs:

 

At Be Still Farms, we have discovered that truly healthy foods, prepared as God intended, can taste far better than any processed imitation on which many of us were raised. Shop for our USDA certified organics here!

Blessings from all of us @ Be Still Farms

The Carolinas

 


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