The Perdue Farms Story
A 100-Year Tradition of Excellence
Hello, and welcome! On behalf of the entire Perdue Farms family, we’re glad you are here. We invite you to learn more about our family of brands and products and shop for some of the finest poultry, pork, lamb and beef on the market.
When it comes to the food you feed your family, quality matters. And while there are a lot of options out there, Perdue Farms stands apart. In business for 100 years, we are a fourth-generation, family owned American food and agriculture business that from the beginning has worked with family farmers across the country and strived to promote animal welfare, source the grain that goes into our animal feed and thoughtfully tend the land in our care. The Perdue family and company leaders conduct business based on how each decision will not only affect the next quarter but the next generation of consumers.
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Farming techniques that are now considered trendy have been a part of our practice for years – we just never felt the need to fuss about them. Perdue chickens are fed a 100% USDA-certified vegetarian diet with no animal by-products. We’re proud that all of our animals are raised with absolutely no hormones* and no antibiotics ever, and we are actively advancing our animal care programs. And we prioritize green practices – being good environmental stewards will help us continue to produce wholesome food for generations to come.
We think going the extra mile makes a difference in the way our food tastes – and we’re confident that you’ll agree when you sample our selection of products. To deliver the highest quality, we freeze and vacuum pack items at the peak of freshness and follow food safety practices that in many cases exceed USDA requirements. We designed your shopping experience to be convenient and offer a great selection of simple-to-prepare food. Enjoy and please reach out – we'd love to hear from you!
*Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones or steroids in pork and poultry.