Bustino Pork Sausage
Our one pound take on the classic, extra-hot, Sicilian-style sausage. Aromatically flavored with fresh fennel, paprika, and Italian pepper spices. Made in Sonoma in ultra-small batches.
Non-GMO, Never-Ever Hormones or Antibiotics, Pea and Barley Finished Pork, Fresh Onions, 2% or Less of: Sea Salt, Fresh Garlic, Cayenne Pepper, Sugar, Non Fat Dry Milk, Herbs & Spices, Sodium Nitrite. Contains Milk.
Beyond sustainably farming – our butcher is sustainably sourcing. Our butcher works alongside independent farms to introduce their meats to new markets.
They then go a step beyond, by meaningfully investing in the success of family-owned ranches up and down the West Coast. They advise the small farms they partner with on heritage breeding, feed selection, the logistics of humane slaughter, and efficient distribution.
Our farms are audited, annually, by CCOF Organic, Land to Market™ Regenerative, Certified Humane, Non-GMO Project Verified, and American Grass-fed and Grass-finished.
Cut by The Butcher in Oakland
We're working with a butcher that is revolutionizing the meat industry. Cliff Pollard and his team of craftsmen are taking the focus off lowering prices and standards and putting the focus on animal welfare, independent ranching and protecting the planet. Cliff and his team have been working with his team to improve the industry for over a decade. Working exclusively with sustainable, regenerative and family owned farms. Now based in Oakland, California, they are reinvesting in their local community, while creating the unconventional meat movement.
Handcured at The Salumeria in Sonoma
Journeyman Meat Co. marries old-world charcuterie techniques with the bounty of Sonoma agriculture, at the only USDA-certified cured meat facility in wine country.
In a world where time is an increasingly precious resource, time remains a vital ingredient in Journeyman Meats’ exquisite small batch charcuterie and salumi. Vintner and salumist Pete Seghesio operates Sonoma County’s only USDA-certified cured meat facility, or salumificio, in Healdsburg.
Journeyman produces charcuterie the old-world way, using proprietary cultures imported from Parma. Four Italian designed small-batch fermentation chambers and two aging rooms — one for salami and one for whole muscle curing — balance state of the art modern technology with time-tested Italian tradition.
Pete maintains his aging rooms at the lowest temperatures and highest humidity in the industry. This allows natural fermentation promoting pH and enzymatic development without using additives like synthetic acids and industrial cultures or requiring excessive sugar to feed the bacteria. The process takes longer than most salumificio invest, and the difference is clear. Time leads to a more consistent, delicious, evenly cured, and all-around better product.
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