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Emmaus

Do you need quality meets for your next dinner party or cookout? Clover Farm Fine Meats is the oldest butchery at the Allentown Fairground Farmer's Market. We proudly serve Emmaus, PA, and the surrounding regions with high-quality meats. Clover Farm Fine Meats is committed to continuing to provide high-quality and courteous, friendly service. Located at Seventeenth and Chew Streets, we have 31 specialty burgers and other fine meat products. We have a wide range of quality meats from burgers to beef, steaks, roasts, sausage, pork, and meat packages. Clover Farm consistently creates innovative, unique marinades and stuffings to offer new ideas for easy and elegant meals for families. We are dedicated to the highest quality of meats and serving our community.

At Clover Farm Fine Meats, we are passionate about high-quality meats and are here to help you select the perfect meats for your meals and offer cooking instructions recommendations. Our superior customer service includes a fun, entertaining, and engaging shopping experience. We welcome everyone to our stand and strive for excellence. When looking for high-quality, premium meats in Emmaus, PA, look to Clover Farm Fine Meats. Visit us at the Market to see David, and admire Donna Solove's chalkboard drawing of the week. Contact Clover Farm Fine Meats for more information on our premium meat selection! 

Emmaus, PA

Emmaus, PA, is a quaint, historical town located in the Lehigh Valley. It is 50 miles north of Philadelphia and 20 miles west of the Delaware River. Known for its Moravian foundings, Emmaus has deep and rich roots in history. Emmaus, PA, is home to several properties that were constructed in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. They have been labeled historic sites by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Some popular attractions are Wildlands Conservancy, Lechauweki Springs, Upper Saucon Township Community, Yergey Brewing, The Emmaus Theatre, Funk Brewing Company, and more. Known as a historical, thriving area, Emmaus has much to offer both residents and visitors. 

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