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Journeyman butcher Theotis Cason (right) and his assistant Barry Williams welcome customers to Cason’s Fine Meats, the Black-owned retail store for locally-sourced high quality meats and hard-to-find Southern staples. Casons is situated among other minority and women-owned businesses in the new Alberta Commons complex at Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Alberta Street.

Journeyman butcher Theotis Cason (right) and his assistant Barry Williams welcome customers to Cason’s Fine Meats, the Black-owned retail store for locally-sourced high quality meats and hard-to-find Southern staples. Casons is situated among other minority and women-owned businesses in the new Alberta Commons complex at Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Alberta Street.

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His locally-sourced meats which include hard-to-find Southern staples such as oxtails and neck bones, along with more traditional meats such as country style ribs and sausage links are all anti-biotic and chemical free — a source of pride for the journeyman butcher.