The National Park Service celebrates the history of one of America's favorite sandwiches - the Burger - this summer with a FREE exhibit. Before entering the Immigration Museum, there is a wonderful exposition of three family-owned and operated burger manufacturers who descend from immigrants. Devault Foods, now counting three generations of ownership is among those celebrated.
Devault Foods is featured in an article from Meatingplace Magazine, 'Amazon-ification'.
Devault Foods is announcing a pivotal transition within their leadership team which reflects work to align the corporate structure and brand with the evolving market landscape of the Food and Beverage industry.
If you're feeling a little light in the paycheck, maybe you should get off the Smart Phone.
The Philadelphia area's Devault Foods has a rich history that began with a dairy farm, evolved to a one-room butcher operation and today is a leading manufacturer of value-added meat products for foodservice and retail customers.
It's not akin to a poodle skirt or bell bottoms, but the American dietary staple, the hamburger, does go through some style changes every few years.
The three Signature Burgers are a custom blend of Angus Chuck-Brisket-Short Rib, Angus Ribeye and Angus Brisket-Short Rib, sealed in with a proprietary Individually Quick Chilled process.
After seven decades of serving the restaurant industry from behind the scenes with portion-controlled meats, Devault Foods launches a Signature Line of fresh and frozen custom blended burgers.
The Third Annual Turkey Day Tailgate will raise awareness and food donations for neighbors in the Philadelphia region dealing with food insecurities. Devault Foods is honored to be invited to participate in this event which will combine an expansive tailgate, NFL game viewing party and a turkey themed cook-off by local chefs.