The Doral-based grocery concept expands as it opens its 11th brick-and-mortar location in South Florida.
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The grocer, which also has an e-commerce site, is changing how Americans shop for protein, working with ranchers, farmers and fishermen to control high-quality products at affordable prices for its customers. While specializing in frozen meats, including beef, lamb and even seafood, customers can also find specialty meats such as venison and elk.
“Since launching with our first store in 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, we’ve continued to open stores throughout South Florida,” says CEO Joaquin Gonzalez Varela.
Set to transform the way people shop for meat, Wild Fork seeks to act as a friendly butcher and personal chef, offering cooking tips and recipes on its website.
“We’ve expanded our line of side dishes and ready-to-eat meals as well as vegetables, bread, desserts, spices and sauces to go along with every meal,” shares Gonzalez Varela.
Wild Fork also offers local delivery, and people outside the local area can also order and expect delivery within 48 hours of the order.