SOURCE: Bill the Butcher

January 19, 2011 07:00 ET

Bill the Butcher's CEO Participates in Lecture and Dinner With The Omnivore's Dilemma Author Michael Pollan

Thought Leader Lays Out Vision for Growth in Sustainable Grass-Based Meat Production

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - January 19, 2011) - Bill the Butcher, Inc. (OTCBB: BILB), a leading retailer of organic and natural, grass-fed meats, today announced that its CEO, J'Amy Owens, participated in an important opinion leading forum for the food and meat industry held in Seattle, Washington on January 15. Michael Pollan, author of New York Times bestseller The Omnivore's Dilemma, lectured on consumer choices in the foods we eat and how it impacts the environment. One focus of the discussion was grass pastured meat.

Mr. Pollan commented on the future of grass pastured meat, a segment where Bill the Butcher is already a leading retailer. The author stated there is tremendous growth and consumer demand for healthier meat, and while the entire meat industry likely will not change, there is evidence that a large percentage will be able to convert to grass pastured meat. Pollan further added that there is no doubt that a national retail brand will emerge offering sustainable grass pastured meat.

"We believe Bill the Butcher is well poised to become that national brand," stated Bill the Butcher CEO, J'Amy Owens. "We're gaining significant traction with consumers, as evidenced in our rapid growth, in-store metrics, and social marketing metrics. We are following the model of successful Seattle-based retail start ups like Starbucks. Bill the Butcher is on its way to become the Starbucks of meat."

The company already has over 1,500 Facebook followers and 775 Twitter followers. 1,000 customers are on Bill the Butcher's opt-in email list and 42,000 people have visited for over 100,000 page views.

About Bill the Butcher, Inc.

Seattle-based Bill the Butcher, Inc. sells organic, grass fed and natural meats through corporate-owned neighborhood butcher shops. The Company works directly with local ranchers and farmers, who follow sustainable and organic practices, to deliver the highest quality meat that is healthiest for consumers while being good for the environment. Founded in 2009, Bill the Butcher is publicly traded under the symbol (OTCBB: BILB). Learn more at

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