Half Cow In Maryland

At Genuine Food Co, we are proud to offer a Meat CSA program that connects Maryland residents with locally raised, high-quality meats. Our Maryland CSA is a fantastic opportunity for individuals and families to support local farmers while enjoying a regular supply of fresh and sustainably-raised meat products.

What is a Meat CSA?

Our Meat CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, is a unique and sustainable model that allows you to directly support local farmers in Maryland. By becoming a member of our CSA, you join a community of individuals who are passionate about promoting ethical farming practices, reducing the carbon footprint, and enjoying the benefits of farm-fresh meats.

How does it work?

When you sign up for our Maryland CSA, you make an upfront payment or regular payments to Genuine Food Co. This contribution helps cover the costs of raising the animals, their feed, and the processing of the meat. In return, you receive a share of the farm’s meat production throughout the season.

Experience the Benefits:

  1. High-Quality, Locally Raised Meats: Our CSA program provides you with access to a diverse selection of premium meats, including chicken, pork, beef, and lamb. All our animals are raised in Maryland, ensuring freshness and supporting local farmers.
  2. Transparency and Trust: We believe in transparency. As a member of our Maryland CSA, you can trust that the meat you receive comes from farms with sustainable and ethical farming practices. You’ll know exactly where your meat comes from, fostering a direct connection to the source of your food.
  3. Convenience and Variety: Each CSA share includes a thoughtfully curated assortment of cuts and types of meat. From succulent steaks to savory sausages, our CSA shares offer a variety of options to suit your culinary preferences.
  4. Support Local Farmers: By participating in our Maryland CSA, you play a vital role in supporting local farmers and their livelihoods. Your investment helps sustain small-scale farming operations and promotes a resilient local food system.