It wasn't unusual for a butcher to call a customer to inform him that a choice cut just arrived from the supplier and was earmarked just for him.
This is exactly the kind of service that separates prime cuts from hamburger.
The case went to trial last October in State Supreme Court in Niagara Falls.
The owner of a popular Cambria meat market, who battled his insurance company for years over a damage claim for a fire that nearly put him out of business, said Monday he's closing up shop. He and his wife bought the market and a house on the same Ridge Road property in 2012, but a January 2015 fire crippled the operation.Dispenza's Meat Market in Cambria will close by Sept. He said he and his wife, Rachel, have offers to go to work for other meat-related businesses and likely will decide their future by the end of September. It didn't help that their fire insurer, United Frontier Mutual Insurance Co.of Lockport, refused to pay a claim of nearly 0,000 for the damages.Instead, the insurer, whose chairman also held the mortgage on the property, accused Frank Dispenza of arson.Dispenza, a former police officer, vehemently denied the charge and sued the insurance company.
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A less-desirable funding source -- especially if you want to control every aspect of your meat market -- is to find a partner. If you're opening in a location that previously served as a meat market, freezer and refrigeration cases should already be in place.