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KC Cattle Company Spotlights Popular Holiday Bundles and Future Expansion Strategies; Patrick Montgomery Discusses

KC Cattle Company Spotlights Popular Holiday Bundles and Future Expansion Strategies; Patrick Montgomery Discusses


KANSAS CITY
Monday, October 18th, 2021

The holidays are a time of giving, so why not give the ones you love the gift of delicious, high-quality meats? While not the traditional present, the convenience and flavor of veteran-owned and operated meat supplier KC Cattle Company’s holiday bundles make them gifts worth sharing.

Patrick Montgomery, Chief Executive Officer and Owner, KC Cattle Company“We have a wide variety of Wagyu cuts, from KC Strip steaks to Ribeye steaks. We also offer beef heart and liver as well as select cuts of Berkshire hogs and heritage chicken,” Patrick Montgomery, Chief Executive Officer and Owner explains. “The big push for all of our products is for shoppers to be able to tell a difference from the meat they can find at the grocery store.”

All of KC Cattle Company’s cattle are raised in a stress-free environment without antibiotics and hormones on the ranch where Patrick lives with his family, as well as other ranches that the company partners with, creating meat with a palatable difference. Additionally, all of the company’s products are sourced from farms with responsible and ethical practices.

Patrick started KC Cattle Company to continue giving back to those he served with during his time as an Army Ranger with the 1st Ranger Battalion. In addition to serving quality meat products, he wants to mentor and employ veterans to honor the memory of his brother-in-law who was killed in action during the summer of 2011, making the company’s products the gifts that keep on giving as they will benefit those who have served the U.S. military.

All of KC Cattle Company’s cattle are raised in a stress-free environment without antibiotics and hormones

“I want to see us do more for the veteran community,” Patrick tells me. “As we work toward having a sustainable business model with reliable processes, I want to shift our focus away from just profits and revenues and focus on the human factor, our customers, our community, and veterans.”

While that is one of KC Cattle Company’s long-term goals that it will continue to build on, one of the company’s short-term goals is to break ground on a new fulfillment center and retail space that it hopes to complete sometime between 2022 and 2023. The meat supplier also wants to bring unique new products to the market, showcasing the flavor difference to consumers.

As the market has begun to pick back up due to declining COVID-19 cases, KC Cattle Company has seen a rise in demand and is expecting what Patrick enthusiastically refers to as a “gangbuster holiday season.”

One of the company’s short-term goals is to break ground on a new fulfillment center and retail space that it hopes to complete sometime between 2022 and 2023

Currently, the company is offering a multitude of holiday bundles to appeal to all meat lovers including Holiday Rush Wagyu Dinner Bundle, Chestnuts a’ROASTing Holiday Wagyu Bundle, Buddy’s Holiday Wagyu Beef Bundle, Trim the Tree Wagyu Holiday Bundle, and The Naughty List Holiday Wagyu Beef Bundle, all of which can be found on the KC Cattle Company website.

With these perfectly curated bundles at consumers’ fingertips, they can cut their holiday shopping time in half, gifting not only their loved ones but themselves in the process.

Only available online at the moment, when will KC Cattle Company make its way to retail stores? Keep reading Deli Market News to find out.

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