Did You Know Acme Fresh Market Carries Amish Country Chicken? #YUM

When you think of Amish Country, what do you think of? I think of buggies, rolling hills, and chicken! Maybe not in that order! Nothing beats chicken from Amish Country, it just tastes better. When I first found out that Acme Fresh Market carried Gerber’s Amish Farm Chicken from Ohio’s Amish Country years ago, I was so excited! I had to try it to see if it taste as good as “Amish Country chicken”.

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It does! What makes Gerber Chicken unique, juicy and delicious is all about how the chickens are raised. They feed chickens the old fashion way – without antibiotics, hormones, or steroids – just all natural vegetable-based feed. The chickens are raised on real farms in the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country. A healthy and ethically raised chicken is a good chicken.  I love that Acme Fresh Market supports local Ohio businesses and farms by carrying hundreds of products so that I can support local Ohio businesses with the convenience of shopping at one store.

When I think of Amish Chicken, I think of fried chicken. I created the below Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Gravy recipe using Gerber Chicken for Smith’s Dairy. It is finger-lickin’ delicious!

That being said, we don’t eat fried foods very often! I turn to chicken as a protein for many meals because it is healthy, delicious, and super easy to prepare. I found a recipe for Mexican Chicken Kiev on the Gerber Chicken website and had to try it. A few Mexican style ingredients + Gerber’s Amish Farm Chicken breast and dinner is done in 20 minutes!

It looks a little fancy but it is super easy to make.  Cut the chicken breasts down the middle and layer chilies and cheese on top and then roll the chicken and bake. My family thought they were in for a treat when I served this tonight – and they were, the chicken was so juicy and the flavors are right on.  A good recipe is partly about presentation (you can see how juicy that chicken is!), partly about the smell, and finally about the texture and taste. This recipe is a winner in all categories.

Whether you fry it, bake it, saute it, or shred it, you can’t go wrong with Gerber’s Chicken. You can really taste the difference.

This is just another quality meat product that Acme Fresh Market carries everyday across Summit County and beyond. They only carry top quality brands but I really like that this is a local brand. Another great local brand that Acme carries is Certified Angus Beef – learn about it and enter to win a $25 Acme Fresh Market gift card here.

When I shop at Acme Fresh Market, I’m supporting a local business that provides food in neighborhood stores and also gives back to our communities in so many ways – for instance, I was just at Stan Hywet tonight for a media preview and noticed that Acme is a sponsor. I see more and more local events that they sponsor as well as their Community Cash Back program that helps local schools, education, sports, and organizations. I love supporting a family owned and operated business that has been giving back for over 125 years.

All in all, Acme Fresh Market is the place to go for quality meats, it’s exactly what I want for my family.

On a final note, if you are interested in grocery pick-up, check out Acme. I’ve used it at least a dozen times since the pandemic started and really pleased with how much time it saves! It is easy, touchless, and fast! Shop and pick up on the same day or schedule it out.

Find more recipe inspiration on the Acme Fresh Market YouTube channel, be sure to subscribe so you get notified of future recipes!

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Cindy is the top Akron Blogger with her own take on awesome brands for families, where to vacation for families, a beat on local activities and family fun, a knack for getting moms to share , and a house that is always 2 weeks away from a complete remodel!
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