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Restaurants, delis, schools, and caterers all need meat in bulk quantities to more efficiently serve their customers. They buy from wholesalers, and then the meat is sold at the retail level to customers within hotels, cafes, and anywhere else meat is sold. Steak, beef, chicken, and pork are all sold either raw, as in the case of butcher shops, or prepared, as in the case of restaurants. Consumers can also buy meat such as prime rib, porterhouse steak, and free-range chicken at the supermarket. Recipes are available for download to cook the food the way you like it. Buy lots for entertaining a crowd, or just a small package to grill out in the summer with your spouse. Meat doesn’t come cheap, though, so take advantage of your grocer’s sales on organic and standard meat cuts. You can buy dried meat like jerky, or focus on buying fresh meat for preparation that night at dinner. Whether you like gourmet cuts of beef such as filet mignon, or cheaper meat versions such as ground hamburger, you will find what you need at the butcher’s or grocery market. Many retail meat providers offer condiments and accessories that you can use to cure and season the food, from poultry and strip steak to pork chops and sirloin. Prices ranges dramatically from cheap to expensive, depending on the cut and where you buy it. Retail prices are determined by type of meat and poundage, as well as if it’s organic or not. You can get steak, beef, and poultry already marinated and packaged, ready to throw on the grill and eat at your next barbecue. Or, you can buy meat frozen so it keeps until you need it, such as hamburger patties or chicken cutlets.
National Meat Association
Oakland, CA 94612
If you're looking to enhance your healthy lifestyle, find the best sources of meat from our local area with our directory. Our association prides itself on the dedicated of our members to fresh meat.
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Six Mile Falls Meat Market & Deli
2354 Broadway, Bangor, ME 04401
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(207) 942-4233
User Review: "If you like rotten meat go to six mile falls"
Sweets & Meats Market
218 S Main St, Rockland, ME 04841
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(207) 594-2070
User Review: "We were vacationing and happened in this shop for a bite to eat. The food was outstanding, staff friendly, decor amusing. ..."
Ballard Meats
55 Myrtle St, Manchester, ME 04351
(207) 622-9764
Countryside Meat Market
1225 W Main St, Dover Foxcroft, ME 04426
(207) 564-2261
Bissons Meat Market
116 Meadow Rd, Topsham, ME 04086
(207) 725-7215
Bean W A & Sons
229 Bomarc Rd, Bangor, ME 04401
(207) 947-0364
Bouchers Meats
715 Benton Ave, Waterville, ME 04901
(207) 873-3671
Shakaree Red Deer Farm
17 Cunliffe Rd, New Limerick, ME 04761
(207) 532-2940
Hoggy's Market
771 Roosevelt Trl, Windham, ME 04062
(207) 892-9303
6 Blue Hl E, Bangor, ME 04401
(207) 262-9494
Prime Cut Meat Market
1233 Roosevelt Trl Ste 8, Raymond, ME 04071
(207) 655-2646
Kniffins Specialty Meat
388 Lakewood Rd, Madison, ME 04950
(207) 474-0222
Pineland Farms Natural Meats
60 Pineland Dr, New Gloucester, ME 04260
(207) 688-4808
Fresh Approach
155 Brackett St, Portland, ME 04102
(207) 774-7250
Sanford Butcher Shop
578 Lebanon St, Sanford, ME 04073
(207) 324-2800

The retail meat market has changed a great deal in recent years. With the addition of free-range, organic and other specialty options, customers are greeted with a wider array of choices and prices at their local grocery stores, online retailers and butcher shops. Learning how to find meat shops that sell either gourmet cuts or more modestly priced fresh food options can improve the quality of one's cooking and the healthfulness of their food. Poultry, beef, pork and chicken are available in a variety of cuts through most food stores, and most carry a selection of what were once considered specialty products like porterhouse steak, prime rib and filet mignon. Chopped sirloin, ground hamburger and strip steaks are also popular cuts of beef that are widely available. If looking for a specific type of meat, calling local shops and inquiring about their prices is a good way starting point. Customers should bear in mind that prices do change rapidly, so only call a few days in advance of a purchase. Local source poultry and meat items are gaining in popularity. Often, chicken, ducks and other poultry options are available through local farms which may sell directly to consumers or work with local grocery stores for distribution. Such meats are made to be eaten fresh, and therefore should be purchased as close to the time that they will be used as possible. Online reviews will yield information on the qualify of this local meat, as will references from friends. Not all meats have a short shelf-life. Cured pork options, like prosciutto, or jerky are meant to last, making them ideal for picnics or traveling. By expanding your range of shopping options and trying new recipes, you can sample new types of meat and enjoy the benefits of organic and free-range produce.
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