Local Farm to Fork Butcher Shop celebrates Ribbon Cutting
The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Local Farm to Fork Butcher Shop.
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Local Farm to Fork Butcher Shop is a locally-owned fresh beef, pork, and chicken provider. Farm to Fork also carries fresh produce, baked goods, honey, and a full array of Arkansas-made spices.
Local Farm Farm to Fork Butcher Shop had its beginnings in 2020, the same year as the rise of Covid-19. Gracie Pate, daughter of owners Terry and Ann Womack, explained that while Covid was taking a toll on the beef industry, Farm to Fork wanted to “lift that up and supply [beef] to the community.”
Pate continued by saying that while their other locations throughout central Arkansas have switched hands, they wanted to use the ribbon cutting to “reassure everyone that Terry and Ann Womack still do own the Batesville store and have also expanded into new things.” The store continues to supply beef, pork, and chicken, but now “they have meal preps, so you can come and grab a stuffed tenderloin, grab bacon burgers--ready to go, ready to take home, throw in the oven, throw on the grill.” These meal preps are prepared and seasoned, ready-to-cook meats and meals that take the stress out of cooking for busy families.
“We just wanted to say thank you to everybody for coming out and supporting us today. And please share the word!” concluded Pate.
Located at 3050 Harrison Street Suite G201 in Batesville, Local Farm to Fork Butcher Shop is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m
Ambassadors in attendance included: Sijle Antosen (Weichert, Realtors - The Property Shoppe), Lori Campbell (Batesville School District), Amy Crouch-Howard (Weichert, Realtors - The Property Shoppe), Adam Curtwright (Centennial Bank), Mary Duvall (Bad Boy, Inc), Amy Finster (White River Health), Tammy Foster (First Community Bank), Jesse Freiert (Fringe Salon), Kirsten Harvey (Arkansas Sherrif's Youth Ranch), Eva Henriksen (Merchants & Planters Bank), John High (Qualls Batesville Funeral Service), Michael Kelley (Peco Foods), Aaron Moody (Independence County Sheriff's Department), Peter Rouiler (First Community Bank), Justin Russell (Bank of Cave City), Lori Tacker (Batesville Eye Care Center), Christina Watts (LaCroix Precision Optics), Carmen Waugh (Centennial Bank), Kimberly Williams (First Community Bank), Kimberly Williams (First Community Bank), Micah Moody (White River Health), Lindsey Dingman (Bryants Pharmacy and Healthcare Center), Brittney Harris (Independence Off Road), and Courteney Muse (Southern Bank)