Wild Fork in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania

Wild Fork in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia, PAWild Fork - The Wild Fork is now open in Willow Grove. It's unique meat and seafood market for those who love to cook. The knowledgeable staff can help you choose the best cut and provide cooking tips. The large selection of high-quality products at affordable prices makes this a great place to purchase your favorite amounts.

Wild Fork Willow Grove Pennsylvania

The first location in Pennsylvania was opened in Ardmore. The second location in Willow Grove is now open at 159 N York Road in Willow Grove, PA.

Wild Fork The Specialty Food Store

The latest buzz in specialty food stores is all about Wild Fork, which blends the best aspects of a traditional grocery store with a boutique specialty retailer. They've developed an entirely unique retail model based on top quality, impressive variety, and low prices. Whether you are a first-time cook or you've been a customer for many years, you'll find what you're looking for at Wild Fork.

For an annual fee, you can get unlimited home delivery of all the goods you love. The products include prime cuts of frozen beef and seafood (priced from $30 to $40 a pound). You can also order chicken and poultry, pork, sausages, produce, and spices. The gourmet grocery store has locations in South Florida and Frisco, Texas.

What's Special About Wild Fork?

Founded in South Florida, Wild Fork Foods has expanded across the US, starting with a mobile store in South Miami in February 2018. A retail location opened in Fort Lauderdale in November 2018. The company is known for aging beef and pork for 17 days and eight days. This process preserves juiciness and flavor while reducing waste typically associated with traditional food distribution. As a result, consumers are guaranteed the freshest products possible.

The company works with ranchers and farmers to ensure the best quality product. It then blast-freezes products at optimal freshness. It delivers them to retail locations in Florida and e-commerce fulfillment centers. This method reduces food waste associated with traditional food distribution. And it's also more affordable, so it's a good choice for those who aren't able to visit a grocery store or market.

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