Freshly Cut in the Store
A long tradition of excellence continues at Ried’s Food Barn Meat Department. For decades local families have depended on us for their everyday and special occasion fresh meat and seafood products.
We are proud of our reputation, and accept no compromises in quality. All of our store-cut meats have no added solutions or sodium — ever, no exceptions. We recognize that marinated and so-called “value added” convenience meats are increasingly popular with our customers, and we offer a good selection of those, too. But, the meats that we cut in the store are always additive-free.
Every beef steak and roast we cut is USDA Choice grade or higher.
There are 8 USDA quality grades for beef: Prime, Choice, Select, Standard, Commercial, Utility, Cutter and Canner, with Prime being the most desirable and Canner the least. Less than 2% of all the beef in the U.S.A. is graded Prime. We offer mainly Choice and rarely, but occasionally Prime, never lower grades.
Our meat cutters and staff are ready 7 days a week to serve your family’s needs. Whether it’s USDA Choice Beef, Fresh American Pork, or Choice Domestic Lamb or Veal, we have the biggest store-cut selection around. And, if you have a special cut in mind, our staff can advise, suggest and produce the perfect cuts for you and your guests. Whether it’s Filet Mignon, Prime Rib, Crown Roast, Italian Sausage, Leg of Lamb, or Special Cut Veal Porterhouse, we can serve you better.
News & Announcements
Con”grad”ulations! May 31, 2020
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Thanks for Wearing Your Mask! May 21, 2020
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Follow up May 3, 2020
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Regarding “CoronaVirus” April 13, 2020
On Saturday, April 11 we learned that three of our employees (non-customer service) tested positive for COVID-19....