By Frances Flower, October 20, 2011
Family-owned MacFarlane Pheasants has been a leader in pheasant production in 1929. Introduce a new tradition to your holiday table with pheasant this fall.
By Melissa Traverse, October 13, 2011
In Iceland, lambs are free to roam as they please on the wild, untamed mountainsides. Learn more about what makes them unique —available only in our stores and only in October and November.
By Jeremy London, October 6, 2011
Olliviero Colmignoli, moved from Italy to Virginia with the intention of producing high quality, authentic prosciutto and Salumi products right here in the states. You can taste his success!
By Theo Weening, September 22, 2011
With a team of elite Sausage Meisters in every store, we’ve developed over 40 different custom-made sausages that are made in-house daily! Find out more and get some recipes.
By Randal Halloran, September 8, 2011
Pork buyer Randal explains how our bacon is cured with naturally occurring salts (not synthetic sodium nitrates/nitrites). Learn how all bacon is not the same!
By Jennifer Cheng, August 12, 2011
Our stores are featuring organic chicken and heirloom tomatoes right now. Learn about some delicious meals that result when you pair them together.
By Frances Flower, August 4, 2011
Raising organic chicken is no simple undertaking. Learn what’s involved and how our organic chicken suppliers raise their birds.
By Theo Weening, July 18, 2011
Our master butchers from coast to coast converge in New York City to vie for the title of “Best Butcher.
By Kate Medley, July 12, 2011
Steve Whitmire's family has been farming in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina since the early 1800's. As a kid, Steve's chore was to look after the lone family cow. Today Steve oversees a much larger herd of Angus/Braunvieh cattle on 1,000+ acres in Brasstown, North Carolina, ensuring they always have sufficient spring water, ample grass, freshly mixed feed and room to roam.
By Heather Kennedy, July 8, 2011
With a low interest loan from our Local Producer Loan Program, the father and son team at Thompson Farms are working to increase their Animal Welfare Rating to the highest level possible.