Lucky's Market breaks bacon in celebration

by MEAT+POULTRY Staff
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Melbourne, Florida, residents should have no shortage of bacon. Lucky’s Market recently opened its newest location in the city, and held a ceremonial “bacon cutting” to celebrate the occasion.

“Ribbons are for vegetarians,” according to the Lucky’s Market-Melbourne website.

Lucky’s Markets celebrate the opening of each new store by cutting a slab of in-house smoked bacon. The chain features an extensive variety of in-house smoked bacon and house-made sausages in its stores.

Bacon sold at Lucky’s Markets is free of synthetic nitrates and nitrates, according to the company’s website.

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READER COMMENTS (2)

By Regina Harp 1/26/2017 4:56:32 PM
I bought a little over a pound of Halibut today. Spent $30.00. It was spoiled. At least it tasted like it. I have cooked it many times. This was not good

By Jared Saverino 1/26/2017 11:10:19 AM
'Twas a nice article until the closing sentence... Anyone in the curing business knows the pit falls of the "synthetic" nitrates fears. Our culture's growing chemophobia should be troubling. The alternative "natural" source for nitrates is fraught with unregulated claims, unknown potencies and inconsistencies. This trend is bad news for everyone.