Good for them, eye opener I’m sure.
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The beef checkoff, through its Northeast Beef Promotion Initiative (NEBPI), facilitated a culinary school tour of Old Line Custom Meats Company in Baltimore, Md. on March 15. A culinary purchasing class from Howard Community College (HCC) of Columbia, Md., spent the morning exploring an unfamiliar aspect of the cattle industry: beef processing.
Old Line Meats is a USDA-inspected fresh meat fabricator that sells wholesale meats to restaurants, butcher shops, grocery stores and institutions. Old Line Meats dry ages and custom cuts to customer specifications. They process domestic lamb, veal, beef and feature Roseda Black Angus Beef as a private label item.