Neesvig's, located in Windsor, WI, was founded in 1913. It is one of the oldest providers of fine meats and complementary food products throughout the Midwest.

Empire Fish, located in Milwaukee, was also founded in 1913, and is a seafood distributor and retail store.

The company's clients include white tablecloth and fine dining establishments, clubs, institutions and healthcare. Neesvig's also began sales to the gift and mail order industry in 1979 and continues to have a strong mail-order presence, servicing both national and regional customers.

Neesvig's and Empire Fish offer Certified Angus Beef as well as a full line of red meats, fish, seafood, poultry, precooked and smoked meats, a wide variety of corresponding foodservice products and specialty products such as wild game and gourmet desserts.

"We are excited about partnering with a strong company such as F.A.B. It represents the focus on growth and the business integrity that are vital to success. We look forward to taking advantage of the product sales and support opportunities they provide their members," observed Jim Meyer, ceo of Neesvig's.

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