Wild Fork Foods Market to Open in Ardmore

The frozen meat and seafood store will open in the first quarter of 2022.
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A new frozen meat and seafood market is slated to open in the first quarter of 2022 at 217 W. Lancaster in Ardmore, PA. This will be Wild Fork Foods’ second Pennsylvania location. The company’s first Pennsylvania location is expected to open in Willow Grove at 159 N. York Rd. on Dec. 23.

“We can’t wait to bring Wild Fork store shopping experience to greater Philadelphia!” Tracy Sinclair, Wild Fork Foods’ head of marketing, told What Now Philadelphia.

Wild Fork Foods also has locations in Illinois, California, Texas, and Florida. Their customers can pick up products in-store, shop online for in-store pick-up, or have items delivered directly to their homes. They offer free unlimited deliveries for an annual fee of $29. Wild Fork Foods offers premium cuts of frozen beef like Wagyu Beef Hanger Steak and Venison Frenched Rib Rack, which can run between $30 to $40 a pound, and prime seafood pickings like Colossal Stone Crab Claws, which can run you about $50 a pound. At Wild Fork Foods, you’ll also find chicken and poultry, pork, lamb, sausages and burgers, desserts, bread, produce, sauces, and spices.

Wild Fork Foods freezes its products ten times faster than typical freezing processes at the peak of its freshness to 40 degrees to reduce crystallization, seal in nutrients, and prevent spoilage.


D.G. Sciortino is a journalist, digital media specialist, and founder of Westchester Woman. She has over a decade of experience and has been published on sites like Patch, Reader’s Digest, and Sweet and Savory. D.G. is a fan of comedy and rock and roll and loves crafting works of fiction that inspire love and humanity.
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James Adams
James Adams
6 months ago

Hey, thanks for the article – good info! I can’t wait for the local market. Bought some online and am very happey with it. Just one thing though. In the artcle you mention they freeze the food “to 40 degrees to reduce crystallization”. Was that a typo? Since 40 degrees is above freezing (32) it must be something else. Maybe – 40 degrees? Just asking – thanks again for the info.

5 months ago

Is this really true:

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