Supplier Profile: Local Selections from Revere Meat Co.
Revere has a unique approach to meat delivery. Founded in 2014, the company was formed when a team of industry veterans decided that some changes were needed in their field. Revere's founders wanted to create a supply of the best quality meats, while also creating meaningful relationships with its customers.
At Revere Meat Co., there is a deep reverence for the people, businesses, and animals that make up the industry. Chad Stine, a majority owner and co-founder of the company said, “The combined experience our team represents is truly one of a kind for our business. This was a once in a lifetime opportunity that none of us could pass up.” This collective of industry experts, took their combined knowledge and passion and created a company that truly supports the farmers and growers of meats. All of their meats are of the most exceptional quality and are usually sourced from Georgia ranchers. Revere also highly values a deep dedication to old world craftsmanship, which makes them a standout among other suppliers.
And they truly do it all! Revere Meat Co. is a full service specialty meat processing and distribution company, offering a full line of custom aged items for any need. And, when they say “full line”, they mean it. They offer everything from beef, pork, lamb, seafood, and dry or wet aged steaks. While Revere Meat Co. is dedicated to focusing on partnering with local farmers and ranchers, the guys will also feature the best products for categories such as Olympic Provisions Charcuterie out of Portland, Oregon and Mishima Reserve Wagyu from Seattle.
Farmview Market applauds Revere Meat Co. and its exquisitely simple approach to great butchery. In fact, they paid us a visit during our Grand Opening celebration. Their team served some of the juiciest New York strip we’ve ever tasted. Seasoned only with sea salt, the meat was butter-tender and packed full of flavor. One guest was overheard saying that she was “getting back in line for the best steak I’ve ever had!” You can find out more about Revere Meat Co. by visiting their website or their Facebook page. And, stop by the butcher shop at Farmview Market to check out their meats first hand!