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My wife and I attended a family reunion in Augusta Ga this past weekend. During the cookout, your smoked sausage was the hit of the event. I now would like to know if your products are available in the metropolitan Washington DC, Maryland, or Virginia (northern va). Your product is sooooo awesome, I know it would be a hit in this area. We went to the Andrews Air Force Base Commissary this afternoon and found your products in abundance. As a matter of fact I think we've added six additional families to the fold--I talked up the product as we surveyed the lot; and these people purchased at least two packages of the original smoked sausages. In addition, a couple also purchased the hot version as well.
V. P.
N. Va

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Sunset Farm Foods

Back in 1918, Walter W. Carroll started selling two sides of beef a week to Flashers Meat Market on Ashley St. in Valdosta, Georgia.

In 1932, his son, James D. Carroll, joined him in the business. That same year they purchased the land where the company sits today.

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