At Meyer Natural Foods, we have always believed in doing things the right way. Exceptional taste comes from uncompromising standards. We proudly call that The Meyer Way. And we have been putting our belief into action for over 30 years. Just as we have spent decades perfecting our expertise in natural and organic protein, we are now lending that same expertise to deliver an impressive assortment of premium natural pork.
My promise to our customers has always been the same; to consistently provide the industry's highest quality, best tasting protein with a commitment to environmentally sound practices, humane animal treatment, and personal integrity. I stand behind this commitment the best way I know – by putting my name on everything we sell.
Bred with highly desirable Duroc heritage, our premium pork features exceptional marbling with rich and robust flavor. Each animal is raised as nature intended including a crate-free environment, to ensure consistent flavor and uncompromising quality. We carry the highest regard for each animal, which allows us to deliver a wholesome and premium product to your table.
The Duroc breed was developed in the U.S. originating in 1812 from crosses of Jersey Red and New York's older Duroc. First appearing in shows in the 1950's Duroc pigs, known for their reddish brown and golden yellow color, and are prized for their hardiness and quick muscle growth.
With over one hundred years of experience starting in 1916, the Lynch family has taken pride in providing Iowa pork to consumers. As a fourth-generation business, retaining family values and strong leadership in the niche pork markets are important aspects for the family name. All our pork is raised with Duroc genetics without antibiotics and added hormones, is raised crate-free and vegetarian-fed on Midwest farms. All of our Duroc pork products are prepared, processed, and packaged to the strictest standards at our Premium Iowa Pork facility in Hospers, Iowa. The Lynch family believes this is an exciting time for conscious consumers, foodies, and farmers alike.