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Albertsons selling M’tucci’s sausages

M’tucci’s Restaurants’ Italian sausage is now available for sale at all Albertsons in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Taos, according to a news release.

The sausage, which is made from the company’s proprietary Iowa-raised pork, is already for sale at M’tucci’s restaurant locations.

The Albertsons that will make the produce available will also display a QR code that links to videos of a M’tucci’s chef preparing a meal with the sausage as well as recipes for the videos.

“At M’tucci’s Restaurants we are committed to making every meal from scratch, and sourcing our own ingredients,” said John Haas, M’tucci’s Restaurants managing partner, according to the release. “We’ve been proudly using our Iowa-raised pork for about a year now in the restaurants. From the beginning of the program, this was always planned as phase two and it’s exciting to finally launch it. We have more products in store for the coming months including our Dry Cured Bacon.”

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