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Gourmet meat company opens location in Sandy posted on 07/31/2017

(MT) - General Manager Dale Rasmussen, a life-long Sandy resident, has swung open the doors of his local meat shop.

Timberline Meat, located at 38525 Proctor Blvd, in Sandy, is a family owned business that promises the finest in high quality meats.

“Timberline Meat was created to fulfill the growing desire of people in the area for wholesome, high quality meat from local ranchers who use humane and responsible livestock practices,” Rasmussen said. “Supported by our local USDA inspected processing facility, we are experts at providing skilled, crafted cuts of meat using the best possible industry standards.”

Timberline Meat products include locally produced beef, pork and poultry. In addition, the Sandy shop will offer an assortment of locally produced sauces, condiments, rubs and spices.

Timberline Meat’s history goes back to 1977 with P&C Meat, prior to being purchased by Sandy businessman Bob Nippert in the mid-90s. The firm has since been operated under the name U.S. Meat and Restaurant Supply providing custom meat under daily USDA inspection to restaurants and hotels in the Portland metro area.

For more information about Timberline Meat email to dale.rasmussen@timberlinemeat.com.

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