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Superior Farms Boston facility provides will-call service for locals

June 10, 2014
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The Superior Farms Lamb Boston division has announced that it is increasing its offerings for orders and pick-ups at their facility at 115 New Market Square. Halal-certified American lamb cuts are available for individuals as well as local chefs and meat market owners to buy direct.

“Lamb is a meat that is a staple at celebrations and feasts around the globe,” said Greg Ahart, Vice President of Sales. “We recognized that the Boston area has unique needs and we are able to service these customers, providing great flexibility to get lamb on the menu and in the market. From personal family gatherings to small businesses, we want lamb to be enjoyed throughout the area.”

Typically in the past, the company has not publicized the option for direct sales. “Boston is well suited to this type of transaction,” said Ahart. “They are small enough to be very flexible for customers, but have our marketing and supply support as the largest lamb supplier in the U.S.”

Timing for this new endeavor is well suited to the upcoming holiday Ramadan, the Islamic month of sacrifice which entails fasting during the day and large family celebrations after sunset. Lamb is a staple of these traditional meals and 100% of the lambs sold by Superior Farms are Halal Certified.

Consumers interested in learning about the products available to pick up in the Boston area can call 800-877-8774.

Superior Farms, with headquarters in Davis, California, is North America’s largest processor and marketer of lamb. The company is the recognized leader in the retail and foodservice markets it serves, providing products and services to customers throughout the United States, Canada, and more than 10 countries. The company has approximately 400 employee-owners at its nationwide network of facilities and offices. Follow on Twitter: @eatlamb #LambOMG

Source: Superior Farms

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