Village Gourmet brings together and invests in specialty producers of fine meat and snacking options to help America eat better. With a dedication to quality, Village Gourmet supports its specialty food brands with the resources they need to grow operations and bring their products to consumers across the country. Comprised of five SQF-certified facilities across the USA and a national marketing and sales network, companies within Village Gourmet share the same commitment to using time-honored recipes and high-quality ingredients, from fresh sausage, classic charcuterie, accompaniments, snacks, and more.
One of the most awarded specialty food companies in North America, 3 Little Pigs LLC began in 1975 as a small charcuterie in Greenwich Village, New York City. After glowing reviews from leading critics, the company quickly became iconic to gourmands and amateur chefs alike. Today it leads the pâté and charcuterie industry, offering a complete line of artisanal pâtés, mousses, terrines, sausages, saucissons, smoked meats and other French specialty foods.
Founded by Italian immigrant Vito Longhini, Longhini Sausage Company has been handcrafting Italian sausage and other Italian specialties in New Haven, Connecticut since 1950. Longhini takes pride in sourcing all-natural ingredients and maintaining the highest quality standards set forth by its founder almost 70 years ago. Our traditional Italian Sausage is all natural and contains 50% less fat than allowed by the USDA.
In 1933 Giovanni Esposito and Sons was founded as a fresh meat and poultry butcher shop in the same Hell's Kitchen-New York City location where it stands today. The legacy of Giovanni and his sons and the sanctity of the original recipes is paramount to all growth. With that legacy in mind Esposito's has continued to add new recipes and sausage varieties as customer’s tastes and lifestyles call for. As we reflect on our 85+ years of business we recognize that the Esposito brand has become synonymous with quality sausage and that quality sausage is not crafted by everyone and great sausage is worth the discovery.
With over 100 different products among pâté, mousse, rillettes, saucisson sec, magret, duck confit, merguez, boudin noir, and other Specialty Foods, Fabrique Délices offers the best and most versatile line of charcuterie in the United States. For more than 30 years we have been preparing time-honored classics alongside innovative new products. Our products are made in small batches the Artisanal and Traditional way, according to Authentic French recipes.
Uncle Charley’s sausage is made from high quality, premium cuts of pork, which results in leaner meat with a richer taste. Our farmers, all within driving distance of our plant, adhere to strict specifications. Uncle Charley’s uses careful blends of the freshest, most pungent spices, which have been perfected for nearly three decades by our founder, the spice man himself. All of these ingredients and practices, plus our spotless manufacturing facility, are why we feel 100% confident in claiming “Always Fresh, Honest and Delicious” on the label.
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