Natural Grocers Now Taking Reservations for the Highest Quality, Humanely Raised Thanksgiving Turkeys

Every October, as the leaves start to fall and the air starts to cool, Natural Grocers® kicks off its Thanksgiving turkey pre-order season at each of its 162 stores across 20 states and on its turkey reservations website www.naturalgrocers.com/turkeys. By securing an early reservation, customers can rest easy knowing they have purchased the perfect variety and size of turkey to help make their Thanksgiving celebration special this year.

Gone Rogue Continues to Shake Up the Snack World with New Turkey Bites

July 20, 2021 Land O’Frost, Inc

Land O’Frost, Inc., one of the nation’s best-selling brands of pre-sliced deli meats and a producer of specialty meats, announced the addition of Gone Rogue® All-Natural Turkey Bites to its selection of protein-centric snacks under its brand Gone Rogue®. Turkey Bites satisfy the desire for delicious taste and nutritional value that purposeful protein seekers are searching for.

Butterball Foodservice Launches New Website to Support Operators

February 8, 2021 Butterball Foodservice

Butterball Foodservice has launched a new website that will quickly connect operators with much needed resources, tools and information. The site revamp emerges as the need for strategies to counter the significant losses of the past year becomes urgent.

Butterball to Invest a Total of $8.7 Million in Two Arkansas Processing Facilities

January 14, 2021 Butterball

The expansion includes a $4.7 million investment in Ozark where the company will create 160 jobs and a $4 million investment in Huntsville where it will create 200 new jobs.

Continental Glatt Kosher Meats Corp. Recalls Ready-to-Eat Meat and Poultry Products Produced Without Benefit of Inspection

December 7, 2020 USDA FSIS

Continental Glatt Kosher Meats Corp., doing business as First Choice Kosher Meat & Deli Inc., a Spring Valley, N.Y. firm, is recalling approximately 61,504 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) meat and poultry products that were produced without the benefit of federal inspection, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.