Malone's gourmet pork delicacies soon will be available at Willy Street Co-op all locations in and within Madison area. Willy Street Co-op is a Natural Foods Cooperative. The Willy Street Cooperative (locally known as the Willy Street Co-op) is a food cooperative located in Madison, Wisconsin that specializes in natural, organic and locally produced foods.
On Thursday, May 10, Glorious Malone's Fine Sausage, Inc. received a special award titled "Glorious Recipe for Success" at the Wisconsin Family Business Award of the Year Ceremony. Daphne Jones, President and daughter of the original and great, Glorious Malone, accepted the award on the family's behalf. We were so grateful to be recognized for our many successful years!
Meet the Press was in Milwaukee reporting on the political divide in the city. Who better to talk to than the President of a local business with her finger on the pulse of the city?
Glorious Malone's has been identified by the Women's Council of Wisconsin as a Trailblazer!
Headcheese maker seeks bold new frontiers.
Around the Corner paid a visit to Malone's Fine Sausage in Milwaukee, WI
Malone's Fine Sausage has introduced Malone's Country Pates, a new line of delicious gourmet pork products. Using only natural ingredients, and with no fillers, preservatives, artificial colors or flavorings, Glorious Malone's makes each of the four varieties with select pork raised exclusively in the mid-westernUnited States. They are gluten and allergen free. With their satisfying flavor and texture, the unique delicacies are similar to European-style country pates, but with a distinctive southern flair.
We may be the Brew City in America's Dairyland, but Milwaukee's diverse ethnic roots has also made us a great place for small, family-based meat processors. From Usinger's and Klement's to Scott Buer's Bolzano Meats charcuterie operation on the northwestern fringe of Riverwest, Milwaukee has some delicious meats to bring to the table.
Wisconsinites are more than a little familiar with cheeseheads, of course, but say “headcheese” and some of America’s Dairylanders are likely to scratch their foam-covered noggins.