AUSTIN, Texas — Hailing from Middletown, New Jersey, Whole Foods Market butcher Amand Ferrante was named the “Best Butcher” at the final competition held in New York on Sept. 8.
The competition, part of the meat-centered event Meatopia, pitted three Whole Foods butcher finalists against each other. Each was tasked to create a new beef cut, merchandise a whole lamb and make a “turducken” out of turkey, chicken and duck.
For his new cut, Ferrante created the ...
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