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Ditmars Eatery Offering Meat Straight From The Owner’s Farm to Open in Two Weeks

Nature’s Taste (March 2014)

June 23, 2014 By Michael Florio

One busy Ditmars block is about to get a little bit busier.

Nature’s Taste, an eatery that specializes in grass-fed, hormone-free meat, is expected to open in two weeks at 35-07 Ditmars Blvd.

Owner Theo Toumazou originally hoped to open in April, but electrical issues that involved getting power to the refrigerators and meat smoker delayed the process.

However, these problems have been resolved and the eatery has all the licenses it needs to open. The refrigerators, shelves and counters have all been installed. Now it is a matter of setting up the tables, stocking the shelves and preparing the product for sale.

Toumazou will be supplying the store with produce from his 13-acre farm. He raises Angus cattle (beef), Berkshire pigs, chickens, turkeys, rabbits, Moscovy ducks, goats and sheep on the farm.

Customers will be able to buy fresh meat, eggs and pies that essentially comes straight from his farm.

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