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Revision as of 19:35, 7 June 2010

This American charcuterterie, located in the Olympic Mills building at 107 SE Washington St., is the first USDA-certified meat-curing facility in Oregon. It produces artisan sausages for many local businesses and for sale at Farmers Markets. The Olympic Mills location is also a restaurant that has generated buzz across the country.

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