Tyson Foods and Albertsons are launching two new Chairman’s Reserve Prime Pork products: the bone-in pork tomahawk chop and bone-in pork chop.
Both products are available in Albertsons stores in the Portland, Oregon, market.
“With grilling season upon us, we are delighted to expand our Chairman’s Reserve Prime Pork product offerings for Albertsons shoppers,” said Britney Banuelos, senior brand manager, fresh meats marketing and premium programs for Tyson Foods.
“This summer as consumers look for ways to treat their family and friends, we are confident that the flavor and tenderness of Chairman’s Reserve Prime Pork will be a crowd pleaser.”
On May 3, Portland area residents can tune into KGW channel 8 news to watch six-time world barbecue champion pitmaster and Barbecue Hall of Fame inductee Tuffy Stone. Stone will share his barbecuing tips, ranging from how to select your pork at the grocery store to cooking it indoors and out.
“I cook with Chairman’s Reserve Meats because it provides the best flavor, color and marbling,” Stone said. “It’s an exceptional product that delivers a restaurant-quality experience from the convenience of your own backyard.”
Shoppers can find more preparation tips and specific grilling recipes on the Chairman’s Reserve website.
Founded in 1935 by John W. Tyson and grown under four generations of family leadership, Tyson Foods has a portfolio of products and brands like Tyson, Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Ball Park, Wright, Aidells, ibp and State Fair. Headquartered in Springdale, Arkansas, the company had about 142,000 employees on Oct. 1.