Edmonton butcher shops a cut above the rest

These butcher shops in Edmonton serve up some fresh, local and organic meats. Ensuring your meat is fresh and cut just the way you like it is important these days – and being conscientious of where your meat comes from is part of that. These butchers know a thing or two about quality meats and products and will ensure you and your family eat only the best.

Harambee Supermarket

Omde Market offers the Edmonton community a wide selection of halal meats and specialty products important from African and Middle-Eastern countries. Ox tail, sausage, cow feet, goat meat, tripe and smoked and dried fish are just some of the products found here.

Buffalo Valley

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176-4211 106 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6J 6P3

They buy only from local farmers, and ensure the animals don’t have any steroids, hormones or antibiotics, so you know you’re getting quality meat. And, you can buy the most exotic (think kangaroo, ostrich, musk ox, alligator and crocodile) and game meats (wild boar, elk and buffalo) in Edmonton at Buffalo Valley.

Acme Meat Market Ltd

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9570 76 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6C 0K2

Located in Edmonton’s Ritchie neighbourhood, Acme offers the best beef, chicken, lamb and pork products, as well as veal, turkey, wild boar, bison and homemade sausages. In business since the early 20s, this family-run business also offers freezer packs so you can stock your freezer with properly packaged meats.

DeRose Bros Meats Ltd

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9928 67th Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 0P5

From spare ribs and sirloin steaks, to pork chops and chicken, you can find almost anything at DeRose. Known for their specialty and prepared meats, such as their homemade Italian sausages and hamburger patties, all you need to do is fire up the grill.

Old Country Meat & Deli

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6328 106 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6H 2V3

They prepare the finest quality international sausages made with lean cuts of meat and the freshest spices, including chorizo, bratwurst, cumberland, boerewors, merguez and more. They also sell specialties from around the world, such as haggis, white and black pudding, cretons, smoked pork hocks, Scotch eggs, sweet and spicy pepperettes and English back bacon rashers.

Real Deal Meats Ltd

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2427 Ellwood Dr SW, Edmonton, AB T6X 0J6

This butcher prepares wholesome local meats from Alberta farms. Their AAA heritage Angus beef, goat and lamb are all halal-certified, and the organic and free-range bison, pork, chicken and yak-cross-angus are all available daily. They can also do custom sausages, custom cutting, jerky and pepperoni.

Ben's Meat & Deli

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15726 Stony Plain Rd NW, Edmonton, AB T5P 3Z5

They offer the traditional fresh cuts of meat, as well as Dutch meat products, including beef or chicken croquettes, nasi or bami pucks, bitterballen and more. They offer a variety of smoked meats (not the Montreal-style deli meat, but more jerky-style), such as double-smoked bacon, teriyaki pork jerky, beef kippered jerky and smoked pork chops. They’ll also special order meats if you call ahead.

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