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Our Case Ready Meat Program is here!

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What is our Case Ready Meat Program? 

Angus Brands’ Case Ready Meat Program is the largest locally produced program available offering longer shelf life proteins for grocers.  We designed this innovative program to help stores develop a loyal customer base who is craving high quality, easy prep and cook selections — all at an affordable price! 

Who’s it for? 

For stores who don’t have a meat department and more variety for those who do.

What do we offer? 

  • Beef Cuts
  • Pork Cuts
  • Ground Cuts (Ground Beef)
  • More to come!

Why Case Ready for your store?

  • Product is cut fresh Monday through Friday
  • Small 10# case pack
  • Low inventory requirements (mix or match 5 case minimum order)
  • Only stock the cuts you sell
  • Vacuum sealed for 15-days of shelf life from the initial pack date
  • USDA inspected plant
  • Speed-to-shelf with short 2 day order lead times
  • Reduces amount of shrink
  • A local, reputable partner who’s been in business since 1972
  • Average yield savings of 15% over sub-primals
  • Reduces amount of sub-primal inventory in the store
  • Labor savings up to 50% versus cutting your own sub-primal
  • Already have a meat department? Add value to your current offerings!

To order, contact URM customer service (509) 467-3669 / (800) 541-0752 or for program details or product information, contact Angus Meats at (509) 482-7033.

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A corned beef and cabbage kind of day

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In our opinion, it’s always a corned beef and cabbage kind of day! The official “Corned Beef and Cabbage Day” is March 17th, of course. You know it tastes good, but what exactly is it?

Corned beef corning refers to curing or pickling meat in seasoned brine. It refers to the “corns” or grains of kosher (or other coarse) salt that is mixed with water to make the brine. Typically, brisket is used to make corned beef.

Corned beef varies across regions with by its different seasonings. Did you know Irish immigrants adapted corned beef from their Jewish neighbors on New York’s Lower East Side as a cheaper alternative to Irish bacon? Another fun fact: smoking a corned beef, and adding extra spices, produces pastrami.

Just in time for your customers’ St. Patty’s Day feast, try our locally produced corned beef that has been in brine for 21 days, hand-turned each and everyday.

Try Angus Meats’ locally produced corned beef and pastrami! Call 509-482-7033 for a sample or to order.

Corned beef info adapted from The Nibble

A salute to our drivers

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It’s been a long, long winter. In fact, recent news stated that this has been one of the most depressing in Spokane in decades. I can contest to that. It’s beginning of March and I’m still looking at over two feet of frozen snow and 2 inches of fresh in my front yard. We’re all ready for spring.

What it’s been like this ‘past’ winter, I can’t help but think of (and always worry about) our heroic drivers who faithfully deliver to our customers every week day regardless of the road conditions. Narrow back streets of downtown, hilly Southside, icy Northside, and even enduring the treacherous narrow roads up to our local mountain ski resorts.

We all brave the drives in the white, deep, frozen, and berm bedded streets, the recent flooding filling the crater-sized pot holes, dogging as best we can so as not to have a blow out or get side-centered. But, can you imagine doing all of that defensive driving in a truck four times the size of a normal car?

So, this month I want to salute our fearless men who get behind that wheel every day. Without them Angus Brands couldn’t live up to our service promise. Congratulations guys – you made it through another challenging season.

With all my heart, thank you.

Leslie Stachecki