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At Reasor's, you'll always find the best in beef, pork and chicken. But, did you know Reasor's meat department offers an overwhelming selection of specialty meats such as buffalo, marinated steaks and chicken. All ready to cook and serve.


At Reasor's you'll always find a good selection of great tasting buffalo. Buffalo is naturally flavorful and tender and can be prepared much the same as beef.

Nutritionally you are getting more protein and nutrients with fewer calories and less fat. Also, buffalos are not subjected to questionable drugs, chemicals or hormones.

Try it the next time your grilling for family or friends.


Look to Reasor's to satisfy your taste for something different like lean, savory lamb. Lamb has become one of the fastest growing entree items over the past 5 years. It has an excellent nutritional profile, fitting in perfectly with the trend toward lighter, leaner and healthier foods.

A 3-ounce serving of lean lamb averages 176 calories and only about 36% of the fat is saturated. The rest is mono or polyunsaturated. The same 3-ounce serving also contains just 76 milligrams of cholesterol.

Lamb provides an ideal opportunity to take advantage of today's trends; the return to simpler, more basic cooking; the rebirth of classical dishes; and overall emphasis on health and nutrition.


The meat cutters at Reasor's cut all your favorite cuts of pork fresh everyday. Did you know that on average, pork contains 31% less fat, 17% fewer calories, and 10% less cholesterol than the pork your parents and grandparents enjoyed. Today's pork is leaner than ever. That means you can cook healthier for your family and won't miss the variety of pork.


Baby Boomers - that mass of consumers born between 1946 and 1964 - have spent most of their adult lives consuming more chicken than red meat. If you've ever eaten Buffalo wings with your pizza, chicken strips on a salad, or a chicken breast sandwich instead of a hamburger, you'll see our point

As the Boomers began families, what started as a fast food chicken nugget for kids, became a way of life for the twenty-something generation. Today's kids choose chicken over beef more than any other generation. It's their favorite protein, whether eating out or at home. Even as Baby Boomers approach retirement, chicken's health benefits and versatility continue to enhance its position in America's diet.


Reasor's has all the cuts of veal that you're looking for. Rib chops, loin chops, cutlets, veal for stew, thin sliced top round for scaloppini.

The leanest cuts of veal are top round, leg cutlet, arm steak, sirloin steak, loin chop, and rib chop. A three-ounce cooked, trimmed portion of any of these veal cuts provides 160 calories or less per serving.

Nutrition Chart
Species Fat
Bison 2.42 143 82
Beef 9.28 211 86
Pork 9.66 212 86
Chicken* 7.41 190 89
USDA Handbook 8-5:8-10:8-13:8-17 *Skinless