Meat & Seafood
From the Prairie to the Ocean
From the spring–fed waters of southern Kettle Moraine to the state’s fertile driftless region, and from the frigid waters of the northern Pacific to the American plains, we seek out the tastiest natural meats and seafood, striving whenever possible to forge relationships with local and regional growers. Every store has to tell you what country their meat comes from – it’s the law – but our buyers and managers can usually tell you the name of the farm. It’s our way of doing business.
At Outpost we practice Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) for our fresh meat, fish and seafood. It's been our practice since the beginning, but it's now the law for all food retailers! This is hard fought for legislation that sides with the consumer's right to know where their food comes from. Look for COOL on our fresh meats and fish or ask one of our department experts.
Outpost's Famous Sausages
Our butchers make our sausages in small batches with fresh cuts of natural pork and chicken. Varieties change daily so there's always something awesome to throw on the grill!
Important News & Views: (April 9, 2014) Pork prices may be on the rise - Read more
Local Farmers and Vendors we Love
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Nueske'sMiles to Market - 159
Nowadays, the word Nueske’s means one thing: bacon. At least, that’s the way it seems around Wisconsin. Sure, the family company sells more than bacon, a lot more. But if you mention the name, a lot of people will think you’re talking about what could be Nueske’s most popular product.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Rushing Waters TroutMiles to Market - 40
Rushing Waters, an 80-acre fish farm, located in Palmyra, in Jefferson County, is about an hour’s drive from Milwaukee ideally located, surrounded on three sides by Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine State Forest. Aside from the area’s geological significance, it provides Rushing Waters with an abundance of natural spring water, creating ideal conditions for fish farming.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Niman RanchMiles to Market -
Until a few decades ago, it would have been unthinkable to raise livestock in crowded factory settings. Unfortunately, this has become a common practice. In the early 1970s, as the agricultural landscape started changing, Niman Ranch’s family ranchers started raising cattle using traditional, humane husbandry methods and giving them wholesome, all-natural feeds.Go to Complete Vendor Profile