Patuxent Ridge Farm is owned and operated byAudra Conardand her family. Audra spent her childhood and junior years riding and showing in Maryland and rode on her college IHSA team. After college,she served as a working student for an FEI eventer while interning at Equus magazine.
Why choose Patuxent farms®?
With natural ingredients, minimal processing and authentically fresh flavors, Patuxent Farmsmeats are wholesomely delicious from beginning to end. You can always count on the finest, freshest quality, taking you back to the farms and fields. From Farm to Flavorful For more information about Patuxent Farms
How do I display the brand of a Patuxent farms product?
For product-specific Patuxent Farms items, the brand should appear on the right or where space is available. PATUXNT FARMS GUIDELINS 5 INCORRECT USE OF THE LOGO
What color is green at patuxnt farms?
Green represents the grassy pastures associated with traditional farms. Clean and fresh in tone, this color also punctuates the superior nature of the brand’s minimally processed products — products that are a cut above. It’s also design-friendly, translating well to corrugates and across all color libraries. PATUXNT FARMS GUIDELINS 7
What is the best breakfast to eat at Patuxent farms?
Their savory pork sausage patties and all natural* turkey sausage patties are the perfect complement to a hearty breakfast. Save time cooking and trimming chicken for your Caesar salad special. Instead, choose Patuxent Farms’ juicy, pre-cooked, pre-diced wholesome chicken breast.
Why do chefs handpick patuxent?
Why do so many chefs and restaurant owners handpick ingredients from Patuxent Farms? Because this US Foods Exclusive Brand, found at CHEF’STORE, delivers consistent quality at wholesale grocery pricing. By focusing on minimal processing including some items with all natural* ingredients, this extensive line is an homage to farm traditions. The end result is extraordinarily flavorful proteins, perfect for a variety of menu items.
What does it mean to join US Foods?
When you join US Foods as a customer, you gain access to top brands like Patuxent Farms no matter where you are. US Foods customers can get quality products delivered right to your door. You also support responsibly sourced proteins and sustainability along the way.
Do you give premium ingredients to your customers?
You’ll still give your customers top ingredients while saving on food and labor costs. No matter what cuisine you are serving, from BBQ to farm-to-table, you’ll find premium provisions to make your next recipe the talk of the town.
What typeface is Patuxent Farms?
Patuxent Farms’ primary typeface is Archer Pro Medium. It was chosen for its clean lines and readability. Typeset headers in uppercase using this typeface. NOTE: Headers for body copy should be typeset using Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk Medium, and the body copy should be typeset using Chronicle Roman.
What is the patuxent farm logo?
The logo for Patuxent Farms takes the shape of a heritage-style sign, reminiscent of those used to displaying a farmer’s family name on their property. The slab serif typeface blends a traditional serif and modern sans serif for an updated appearance. Complementing the farm character and feel are three animal icons, which differentiate the main protein offerings within the line.
What does green mean in a farm?
Green represents the grassy pastures associated with traditional farms. Clean and fresh in tone, this color also punctuates the superior nature of the brand’s minimally processed products — products that are a cut above. It’s also design-friendly, translating well to corrugates and across all color libraries.
What is Archer Pro?
TYPOGRAPHY Quick Tip Archer Pro is a clean, modern slab typeface that should be set classically — always avoid any extreme tracking or disproportional scaling.
Is patuxent farm meat fresh?
With natural ingredients, minimal processing and authentically fresh flavors, Patuxent Farms® meats are wholesomely delicious from beginning to end. You can always count on the finest, freshest quality, taking you back to the farms and fields.