Heritage Foods is celebrating the seventh year of its annual October goat project, NO GOAT LEFT
BEHIND, and the second in the United Kingdom. No Goat Left Behind addresses the growing problem
facing New England goat dairies — namely, what to do with male goats. Since male goats are of little
use on dairies, a sustainable outlet needed to be found and Goatober was launched, connecting
restaurants and home chefs to a delicious protein that is actually the most widely consumed meat in
the world. The project has since grown to include numerous non-dairy farms raising goat for meat.
Through the dedication of America’s top chefs to raise awareness, America is slowly learning what the
rest of the world already knows — that goat meat is delicious, lean, versatile, healthy, and sustainable.
“Chefs at the nation’s top restaurants are launching new agricultural economies,” says Patrick Martins
of Heritage Foods, “and because of their collective buying power Americans are eating tastier and
more interesting and sustainable food.”
As an alternative to beef or lamb, goat meat simply cannot be beat — goat is a savory, lean, red meat
with a clean, herbaceous finish – it is bright and floral with an unexpected depth of robust flavor.
Pasture-raised and hormone and antibiotic free goat cuts are available for sale through our online store
for next day delivery. Need recipes? We have plenty! Including this delicious Goat Pho from Momofuku’s
The following restaurants are bringing in 1-2 goats per week from Heritage Foods in partnership with
local farms for the four weeks of October and will be featuring an array of goat dishes on their menus.
We hope you will join us in celebrating GOATOBER!
BABBO PIZZERIA, MA
THE BRESLIN, NY
CALISTOGA KITCHEN, CA
MOZZA/CHI SPACCA, CA
THE EAST POLE, NY
EMPLOYEES ONLY, NY
THE FAT RADISH, NY
B&B RISTORANTE, LAS VEGAS
GRAMERCY TAVERN, NY
HOMINY GRILL, SC
MOMO SUSHI SHACK, NY
MWELLS STEAKHOUSE, NY
PARK AVENUE AUTUMN, NY
QUALITY MEATS, NY
ROBERT MONDAVI WINERY, CA
TARRY MARKET, NY
UNION SQUARE CAFÉ, NY
UNTITLED AT THE WHITNEY, NY