Schweid & Sons Opens First-Ever Expansion With State-Of-The-Art Processing Facility in College Park, Georgia
Who says that you can’t have a big burger made anyway that you desire? If your familiar with Schweid & Sons then you already know that they thrive off of creating the highest quality ground beef to create “THE VERY BEST BURGER”. In the late 1800s, Harry Schweid began selling high quality meats to butchers and restaurants in New York City’s Lower East Side, a tradition his son Sam carried on into the 1930s with his Harlem-based butcher shop. In 1978, Sam’s son David Schweid decided to hone in his family’s rich butchery heritage and founded a company that focused solely on high quality ground beef –Schweid & Sons. Today, that passion is carried on at Schweid & Sons, where fourth generation beef purveyor with a dedication to bringing “The Very Best Burger®, custom blends, USDA Prime®, All Natural. Wagyu and more. Schweid & Sons supplies their ground beef to supermarkets, restaurants and special events nationwide.
On last week I had the opportunity to attend the official ribbon cutting ceremony for their expansion location in College Park, GA. This new, cutting-edge ground beef processing facility in response to the increased consumer demand of Schweid & Son’s products. The new 66,000 square foot facility is the first-ever expansion and is contributing to the revitalization of College Park by creating 90+jobs. The facility utilizes state of the art customers located in the south, south central and lower Midwest regions of the United States; and ensure fresher product on a quicker timeline. We also had the opportunity to try their burgers and all I can say is that they were DELICIOUS!!!!
Now you know you can’t have an amazing burger without an refreshing Coca-Cola!
I won’t spoil the surprise and name places where you’ve probably had a Schweid & Son’s but trust me if you’ve had a few amazing burgers than nine times out of ten it was a delicious Schweid & Son’s burger. We ended the day with this amazing Burger Cake (Yes it was all edible) and champagne.