Old World Nat­u­rals un­veils new­est col­lec­tion of all-nat­u­ral deli fare

The Record (Troy, NY) - - LOCAL NEWS - By staff

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. >> Lo­cal busi­ness Old World Nat­u­rals is in­tro­duc­ing its new­est col­lec­tion of all-nat­u­ral craft del­i­catessen.

Old World Nat­u­rals, part of the Troy-based fourth gen­er­a­tion Old World Pro­vi­sions del­i­catessen com­pany, is the Cap­i­tal District’s own source for grass-fed, all-nat­u­ral deli meat.

Fol­low­ing a launch event on Wed­nes­day at the com­pany’s Old World Pro­duc­tions lo­ca­tion in down­town Saratoga Springs, Old World Nat­u­rals is now avail­able at Healthy Liv­ing Mar­ket in Wil­ton Mall.

Deli meats like oven­roasted turkey breast, hick­ory smoke­house un­cured ham, deli roast beef, slow­cooked un­cured corned beef, brick- oven un­cured pas­trami can all be pur­chased from be­hind the deli counter at the store.

Th­ese Old World Nat­u­rals prod­ucts have been crafted with the con­sumers’ health in mind. The del­i­catessen clas­sics are made from all-nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents like 100 per­cent grass-fed and fin­ished beef and 100 per­cent veg­e­tar­i­an­fed pork and poul­try, with no added an­tibi­otics or hor­mones, no ar­ti­fi­cial in­gre­di­ents, and no added ni­trites or ni­trates.

At the launch party on Wed­nes­day, at­ten­dees had the op­por­tu­nity to try some of the new Old World Nat­u­rals prod­ucts — in­clud­ing a slow-cooked un­cured corned beef din­ner made with all-nat­u­ral, or­ganic and bio­dy­namic in­gre­di­ents — pre­pared by lo­cal chef Dan Spitz.

This col­lec­tion re­flects the com­pany’s mis­sion to add a great-tast­ing, all-nat­u­ral op­tion to the deli counter that’s both good for the con­sumer and for the envi- ron­ment.

Old World Nat­u­rals proudly sup­ports re­gen­er­a­tive agri­cul­ture, an ap­proach to food- grow­ing and farm­ing prac­tices, that among other ben­e­fits, re­verses cli­mate change.

By sup­port­ing th­ese prac­tices, specif­i­cally by sourc­ing meats raised on a grass or for­age-based diet for the en­tire life of the an­i­mal, Old World Nat­u­rals lives its com­mit­ment to pro­vide de­li­cious, health­ful food to its con­sumers and to pos­i­tively im­pact the en­vi­ron­ment by re­gen­er­at­ing and re­vi­tal­iz­ing the soil nec­es­sary to pro­duce high- qual­ity, nu­tri­ent- dense food.

“Our fam­ily has been mak­ing the finest del­i­catessen for four gen­er­a­tions, and we have a deep re­spect for our her­itage and clas­sic recipes. We are breath­ing new life and sus­tain­able ideals into our old deli tra-

di­tions geared to­wards to­day’s health- con­scious and eco- con­scious con­sumer,” said Seth Shuket, pres­i­dent of Old World Nat­u­rals, in a press re­lease.

“What bet­ter place to launch Old World Nat­u­rals than in our own back­yard at Healthy Liv­ing Mar­ket, a place that shares many of our same val­ues around trans­parency and sus­tain­abil­ity in our food sys­tem.”

Paul Hoff­man, di­rec­tor of pur­chas­ing and re­tail sales at Healthy Liv­ing Mar­ket is also ex­cited to part­ner with Old World Nat­u­rals on the launch of its new, all- nat­u­ral deli line.

“With our ex­panded in­gre­di­ent stan­dards elim­i­nat­ing all ar­ti­fi­cial in­gre­di­ents, and our con­tin­ued com­mit­ment to re­spon­si­ble re­gional pro­duc­ers, Old World Nat­u­rals is a per­fect part­ner,” he said in the re­lease. “Our cus­tomers seek out the high­est qual­ity prod­ucts to feed their fam­i­lies and ex­pect that we will of­fer only the best, most health­ful op­tions in our store.

“The Old World Nat­u­rals deli col­lec­tion fits that de­scrip­tion.”

More in­for­ma­tion about Old World Nat­u­rals, in­clud­ing recipes, is avail­able on­line at www. eat­nat­u­raldeli.com.

LAU­REN HALLIGAN PHOTO

Lo­cal chef Dan Spitz carves corned beef at a launch party for Old World Nat­u­rals on Wed­nes­day in Saratoga Springs.

LAU­REN HALLIGAN PHOTO

Corned beef is served at a launch party for Old World Nat­u­rals on Wed­nes­day in Saratoga Springs.

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