Heritage Pork Fresh Cuts
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Our family farmers raise award-winning Duroc pigs, a 175-year-old American heritage breed known for its rich red color and celebrated for its juicy, tender and flavorful meat.
Vande Rose Farms
Heritage Breed Pork
Vande Rose Farms is an Iowa-proud pork producer, working with our network of small family farms. Raising premium Heritage Breed Pork for gourmet restaurants and retailers throughout the USA.
Raising premium Heritage Breed Pork for gourmet restaurants and retailers throughout the USA.
From birth to harvest, our products reflect the tremendous amount of effort that goes into each of our animals.
Believing excellence is built by tradition, for generations we have focused on what’s best for our pigs and the people we serve. Keeping our core values centered around humane treatment.
We don’t just raise pork. We raise the standards of what pork should be.
From our farm to your door.
Choosing to focus on quality over price and people over profits. As we know that a healthy, stress-free hog produces a superior quality product.
What’s becoming a trend is something we’ve been doing for generations. Following strict standards of No Antibiotics Ever and crate-free production methods.
We set the bar at regenerative farming practices.
Making sure sustainable production practices on the farm and in our processing plants benefit people, pigs, and the planet. Not just today but for our future generations, making sure we focus on making the world a better place than we found it.
We don’t stop there, remaining passionate in our efforts to the community and giving back. Making sure our purpose is more than providing a quality product. We stand behind and live pork with a purpose.
That’s Vande Rose Farms. That’s pork with a purpose.
As a company, we’ve decided that providing an exceptional pork program is not enough.
Making sure that we focus on making the world a better place than we found it. And making sure that our commitment to giving back stays strong.
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