Welcome to Brady's Meat & Deli

Located at the corner of Phillip and Albert streets in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; Brady's supplies quality local, natural drug-free and specialty meats, grocery items, custom products and quality imported European items to a diverse customer base that stretches across Southern Ontario. We are proud to have served our community since 1999!

We hope to provide even greater service through our website by featuring product information, recipes and eventually online ordering convenience. We invite you to explore all our pages and see what we have to offer. Come, visit us and taste the difference!

Latest news

Join us at Saint Monica House's "Grape Escape" Fundraiser

Join Rob Brady at Saint Monica House's first annual "Grape Escape" fundraising event on Thursday, 20 September, 2012.

The Grape Escape is an interactive food–and–wine–pairing event and silent auction, with all proceeds going towards Saint Monica House. The event also features a "Wine 101" presentation by Ange Aiello.

Saint Monica House provides professional support for single, pregnant women, young parents and their children through residential supported housing and community programs.

See the attached poster for more details.

Brady's and Saint Monica House would like to extend our thanks to the anonymous Brady's customer who purchased 18 tickets!

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Looking for part time meat–cutter

We are looking to hire a part–time meat–cutter to work at our store for a few days a week in Waterloo, ON.

Candidates looking for apprenticeship and journeymen are ideal, but anyone is welcome as long as they know what they're doing.

Brady's Meat & Deli is the place where quality and service meet, so candidates must love working with people and have customer–service experience.

If you or someone you know would like to be a part of our dynamic, growing business, please drop off a résumé at our store (465 Phillip St., Waterloo, ON).

Brady's Mentioned in Looyah

Brady's was recently mentioned in an article about veal stock in Looyah, a local lifestyle blog, as being a great place to find veal bones.

9th Annual Saint Monica House Christmas Fundraiser

Every December, we collect items and cash donations; and donate a portion of all our Turkey sales to Saint Monica House, a local service organization that provides support, housing and community programs for pregnant young women and their children.

Every year, they post a wish-list of items that the young mothers could use, which you can download below. Item and money donations can be dropped off at Brady's or Saint Monica House.

Through the sale of our giant Toblerone bars, we've already raised over $800! Thanks to our generous doners!

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Where do your holiday turkeys come from?

Many of our customers are looking for naturally-raised meats with no antibiotics or animal by-products. When asked about our turkeys, here is what our farmer had to say:

Thanks for your e-mail, we're happy to answer your questions.

Our birds are raised with a drug-free feed which is corn, soy and wheat-based. We include a probiotic in the feed that maintains a healthy balance of good bacteria in the digestive tract, thus helping the turkey to absorb nutrients from the feed more effectively.

The turkeys have the run of the barn, with plenty of south-facing windows. The fans are on a computer control to provide a constant flow of fresh air. We heat the barn with propane heaters as needed, but just recently have installed a solar wall outside that passively preheats the air before it's drawn into the barn, which in the long-term will significantly reduce our carbon footprint. The floors in the barn are covered with wood shavings which are continually replenished. We feel that the barn provides the ideal environment for the birds — lots of sunlight and fresh air being brought in as well as protecting the birds from extreme weather, predators and possible disease.

Thanks,

C. & A. Brubacher,
Turkey farmers

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