Superior Farms Expands and Adds New Regional Distribution in Florida and Southern United States

Superior Farms announced today an expanded partnership with Colorado Box Beef Company Co. (CBBC), a Florida-based distributor of protein and food products for the Southern US market. Customers in Florida and the south will now receive the service of a regional distributor coupled with the resources of the largest lamb company in North America.

In Florida and the Southern US, CBBC will handle all aspects of customer service, sales and delivery of the Superior Farms brand of lamb and veal. The location is ideal for serving Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, the Carolinas, the Caribbean and other international markets.

“The transfer of distribution into the hands of CBBC will enable Superior Farms to benefit from continued success on the East coast,” says Ed Jenks, president and CEO, Superior Farms. “Through our state-of-the-art processing facilities and nationwide distribution network, customers in Florida and the South will benefit from the freshest product available on the market, combined with the hands-on service of regional representation and distribution.”

“Our entire team is excited about offering high quality lamb and veal products to our customers while enhancing the delivery services for Superior Farms,” says John Rattigan, President and CEO, Colorado Boxed Beef Co.

Colorado Box Beef Co. was founded in 1975 by Richard (Dick) Saterbo. The company is privately held and led by Co-Chairmen Bryan Saterbo and John Saterbo, President and CEO John Rattigan, and over 440 dedicated team members. CBBC specializes in providing customers with the best purchasing, sales, marketing, distribution and logistics in the industry. They are recognized leaders in beef, pork, poultry, lamb, veal, seafood, cheese, lunch meat and a variety of fresh, frozen and dry products. Customers include independent and chain retailers, cruise lines, foodservice distributors and other leading companies throughout the United States and abroad.

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