Imagine standing over a hand-wrap station wrapping 10-pound packs of chicken, ground beef, or even pork chops. Now imagine doing this for eight hours a day, five days a week. It's hard, labor-intensive work; but, when you're known for selling 10-pound packages of quality meats at an attractive price, it must be done. Mike Hayes, meat manager at Little Giant Farmers Market outside of Atlanta, Georgia, knows firsthand how hard this job can be.
With three locations in the Atlanta area and plans in place for opening more stores, Little Giant is a growing operation. Inside the store, shoppers find more than just the typical grocery staples. With unique spices from all over the world, hard-to-find condiments, a wide array of ethnic foods, as well as the popular 10-pound tubs of meat and poultry — all at budget-friendly prices, Little Giant Farmers Market is a real find.