Over 40 years ago, in the 1960s, Wolverine Packing was a pioneer in the development of fresh vacuum-packed lamb and veal, which today is the industry standard.
To accommodate steady growth, Wolverine Packing built a new 50,000 square foot plant in 1990. In 1998, Wolverine started a steak cutting operation primarily for the food service industry.
During a 10-year stretch, the company expanded its Eastern Market plant to the present 110,000 square foot facility.
Wolverine Packing has grown from a $30 million company in the late 1970s to one that exceeds $600 million in sales.