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Springville Meat

Fresh Cut Meat

Since our opening in 1950, we have offered specialized custom processing of our customers’ animals.  Be it beef, pork, lamb or wild game, it is our goal to cut and wrap your meat to “meet” your specifcations.  We use state of the art equipment and technology to carefully cut and package you product.  We are able to accomadate any small amount (one carcass) intended for one family, up to many animals intended for wholesale distribustion.  Our USDA inspection allows us to process your product, if you so desire, to be shipped interstate or even exported.  We offer private labeling of our jerky to venders all across the U.S. We also have a retail store for our products to be purchased.

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Can be found here:

  • SPRINGVILLE MEAT
    268 South 100 West
    SPRINGVILLE, UT

Reviews

Love Love Love the shredded beef. If you are lucky enough to live in Springville you are indeed blessed. Drove from West Jordan bought a 5 pound bag and divided it down into 1 pound packages. I am in Heaven. Absolutely delicious. Clean store. Nice friendly staff and great food what more could you ask for.

Sandy Christiansen,

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If you want quality meat, at a fair price! Come to Springville Meat Company, great family business!

Kevin Kassel,

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We bought some bratwurst and a 10 pound prime rib by far the best we’ve ever had.

George Hoffman,

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Springville, UT

  • 268 South 100 West
  • Springville, UT 84101
  • 801-489-6391

Ray & Jim Cope
Founders

Springville Meat Company has been operating in the same location in Springville since  it opened in 1950. Brothers Ray and Jim Cope began the company in a facility located at 268 S. 100 West with their focus on doing custom meat processing for local customers. That work was and still is the main part of Springville Meat Company’s business. Through the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s, the company also rented out frozen food lockers to the public, a service much in demand at the time. At the service’s peak, Springville Meat Company was renting out about 1,000 lockers to its customers. Growth over the years has led the company to expand its facility four times