Volpi Foods is adding another title to its distinguished list of accolades: winner of the St. Louis Business Journal Family Business Awards. The fourth-generation, family-owned dry-cured meat producer was recognized for its significant impact on both the St. Louis community and the nation at large, with remarkable growth and change.
“We are honored to receive this recognition from the St. Louis Business Journal,” said Lorenza Pasetti, Chief Executive Officer. “For over 120 years, our family has been committed to producing the highest quality dry-cured meats using traditional methods and the finest ingredients. This award is a testament to our dedication and hard work, and we are proud to be a part of the St. Louis community.”
The St. Louis Business Journal Family Business Awards recognize the achievements and contributions of family-owned businesses in the St. Louis region. Volpi Foods was selected for the award based on its longevity, innovation, and commitment to the community.
Volpi’s multiple achievements include Raised Responsibly™ Midwest pork, eco-friendly packaging that reduces the use of plastic by 80 percent, and several new products and continuous innovation. This award recognizes the contributions to the community and to the family business legacy.
Founded in 1902 by John Volpi, Volpi Foods produces a wide variety of cured meats, including prosciutto and salami, using the same time-honored techniques that John Volpi used over a century ago. The company has grown significantly over the years, but it remains committed to its roots as a family-owned business.
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