How to Buy Scrapple Online

by admin on November 15, 2011

The motivations for buying scrapple online are many. West Coast Scrapple customers have told us:

    • They like the convenience of having scrapple delivered straight to their doorstep
    • Scrapple is not available to them locally
    • West Coast Scrapple has lower saturated fat, lower sodium, lower cholesterol than any other leading scrapple brand
    • Desire for a scrapple made with high quality pork and without organ meat or chemical preservatives
    • Remember scrapple being served in their family when they were growing up and want to reconnect with the comfort food from days past
    • Send scrapple as a gift to a family member in another part of the country
    • Want a higher quality, more healthful, and affordable substitute for bacon or sausage on their breakfast menu

When making a comparison of which scrapple brand to buy online, the price per Lb. should not be the focal point of your purchasing decision. If you focus on the lowest price per Lb. without regard to the cost of shipping, you generally will find you are paying more than you need to.  If you consider the total cost, including shipping, West Coast Scrapple provides the best value.

Here is an example of how you can save money ordering scrapple online:

Today you can buy scrapple online directly from the website of an east coast scrapple producer at an advertised price of 6 Lbs. for $25.00, or $4.17 per Lb, plus shipping charges for UPS 2-day air. Assuming a total package weight of 10 Lbs with gel packs and insulation, the UPS published rate for UPS 2-day air to a residence in Chula Vista, California would add an additional $72.45. The total cost to your doorstep becomes $16.25 per Lb. Conversely, shipping 4 Lbs. of West Coast Scrapple anywhere in the country you will be charged $7.25 per Lb., plus shipping charges of $19.99. The total cost to your doorstep becomes $12.25 per Lb.

That’s $4.00 per Lb. less to buy West Coast Scrapple.  High Quality Pork, No Organ Meat, No Preservatives . . . a healthier AND more economical choice to buy scrapple online!


If you live in the Seattle, WA or Portland, OR metropolitan areas you can save even more. The local delivery charge in these two cities is only $5.99 per order. There is a separate section on our order page for those customers ordering locally in Seattle or Portland. Try it, this is really convenient and economical for you.

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JD Culp November 16, 2011 at 9:26 pm

Great deal on Portland delivery! I am in SE Portland and ordered 4lbs. the family is from Upper Darby in Philadelphia, we can’t wait to taste the scrapple when it gets here.


StevieD November 17, 2011 at 9:14 am

Thank you. We can’t wait to get it to you. People have really been digging the local delivery straight to their doorstsep option.


adlona slaughter November 19, 2012 at 10:18 am

I grew up on scrapple I now live in rocklin ca and cabt find it anywhere no one know what it is can you tell me where I can buy scrapple please


admin December 1, 2012 at 2:28 pm

For now you have to buy West Coast Scrapple here, online. We’re working to get it available elsewhere but at this time we only sell it online, or from a food cart in Portland, Oregon.


Greg S January 15, 2013 at 2:29 pm

I grew up on scrapple and ketchup sandwiches as a kid in Wissinoming section of NE Philly. How does your scrapple compare to Habersett’s in taste? I like Habersetts but not too keen on the Amish’s product at Reading Terminal Market. Is it your scrapple that they use at J & M Cafe in SE Portland? Where is your food cart located and do they serve it already fried or in a package? Also, thought about selling pork roll? Big void in NW!!!


admin January 15, 2013 at 3:16 pm

Hi Greg. Uncle Steve says his scrapple is similar in taste to Habersett’s though less fatty. Stop by the Gaufre Gourmet food cart in downtown Portland at 9th Alder and talk to Nephew Mike. Call him at 503.888.2333 beforehand if you want to place an order to make sure they have some on hand. On any particular day if there’s a menu item that includes scrapple, there will be scrapple fried to order, otherwise it’s sold out of the cart frozen in 1 pound blocks. We are not in any other retail outlets, yet. Talk to Nephew Mike about the J&M Cafe and pork roll. He’s a foodie and loves talking shop.
~Aunt Connie


chris hoagland June 11, 2013 at 8:53 pm

I’d like to have scrapple.delivered to the big island of Hawaii. Can you email a list of prices and shipping costs if available.


admin August 6, 2013 at 3:33 pm

We ship Priority Mail, same cost to the Big Island of Hawaii as anywhere else. Thanks for asking Chris.


Zach October 28, 2013 at 7:32 pm

I was watching the food network and saw a butcher farm using the leftovers of cows and pigs to make something called scrapple. my girlfriend is from New Jersey and filled me in on what it was. I live in Port Angeles, WA and will be sure to order from you guys!


admin December 2, 2013 at 1:59 pm

That’s great, Zach. Our Original scrapple is different from most scrapple (east coast varieties) in that we use pork hocks instead of pork scraps, don’t include organ meat and have less fat. It’s a healthier version that’s delicious, and especially well-suited to scrapple newbies. December is a good month to order as we have a special running, see the Specials tab at the top of our website for details.


Eileen February 1, 2015 at 7:28 pm

I don’t like your recipe for scrapple. I am from Phila and have eaten scrapple all my adult life til I moved to CA. Can’t get real east coast scrapple here. All the parts you remove are what makes the scrapple taste great. Use Habbersetts recipe and I will consider purchasing, however, I bought Vermonts Country Store’s scrapple which is very close to the flavor of Habbersetts and it was $13 a pound plus $5 a pound shipping. When you consider that Habbersetts is $2.49 a pound, why is the price so high from you right here on the west coast? It will be cheaper for me to have a relative buy it package it the way Vermont CS did and send it out. Shipping of $21 for 10 pounds of scrapple at @2.49 per pound, tasting exactly like what I love, is way better than yours. Oh and H charges $150 for shipping two pounds.


admin April 22, 2015 at 5:00 pm

If offal in your scrapple is your preference, Eileen, then WCSrapple is not for you. That’s okay. Ours is a healthier variety that retains the texture and flavor of scrapple, and that the family patriarch created so he could eat his favorite breakfast food after triple bypass surgery. It’s the only scrapple the family has eaten since the 1970s, and we use the finest ingredients available, not the scraps. We like it the way it is. Shipping gets expensive because of the materials it takes to build a box that will keep the product cold during transit.


Yvonne Brady February 8, 2015 at 10:20 am

Do you ship to the Gulf Coast? I’m in Pass Christian, MS…if not, would you know who does?
Thank you


admin April 22, 2015 at 5:01 pm

We ship to all 50 states in the U.S.A., Yvonne.


David gunther August 2, 2015 at 11:40 am

Can I order about 6 lbs to 10 lbs of rapa scrapple or a like brand and have it sent to my home in Aubrey,tx. 817 880 5114


admin August 3, 2015 at 8:38 am

We ship weekly everywhere in the United States, so you can order West Coast Scrapple (2-5pound orders) but our recipe is uniquely our own, scrapple flavor but less fat. Next ship date is August 10, 2015.


cathy September 28, 2015 at 1:47 pm

would like to try some . I hope it is as good as back home


admin December 21, 2015 at 12:16 pm

You may find our scrapple to be different from the scrapple you’re accustomed to as ours has less fat and no offal, but it’s delicious. Hope you’ll give it a try sometime.


Ingrid Briles December 9, 2015 at 2:13 pm

I seem to remember a canned scrapple when I was living in Pennsylvania. I now live in Texas and am trying to find the best way of getting scrapple and making sure it gets here fit to eat. My aunt and uncle sent me some a couple of years ago and with shipping issues, by the time it got here, it was warm and inedible. Any suggestions?


admin December 21, 2015 at 12:14 pm

We ship our scrapple frozen US Priority Mail, 2 -3 day packages, and rarely have issues. If the postal service goes beyond 4 days we replace as needed, but we package in such a way that the contents arrive still cold or frozen. Hope that helps you, Ingrid.


David Gibbons February 18, 2016 at 6:14 am

will you slice it before freezing if i want


admin February 22, 2016 at 3:08 pm

Hey David, Steve can slice before freezing, sometimes, but you need to communicate with him about that before a production run. Please email him directly at (or through the contact page on this site) to find out when he might be able to do that for you.


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