In 1962, in the heart of Cajun Country, Eunice native Jerome Moore opened a new business: the Eunice Superette and Slaughterhouse – combination grocery store and meat supplier.   His mission was to   provide quality meats and service for his loyal customers.  Through time, the new business grew – and with growth, comes change.  In 1987, facing a growing demand for quality meat service in the area, Jerome closed his grocery store and expanded his animal processing facility.  Since that time, Mr. Moore’s dream and perseverance has been carried on through his family.  Randall, his son, and Donnie, Derek, Melissa, and Willie, his grandchildren, proudly continue Jerome Moore’s passion.

The “Superette,” as we are known locally, has not only become Louisiana’s largest state inspected animal processor, but it has become a geographical landmark on the Cajun Prairie, renowned far and wide for its boudin, specialty meats, and family service.  In South Louisiana food is not simply a basic need; it is our passion, the centerpiece of our social events, and the subject of bragging rights! Cajuns love to cook and demand only the best ingredients. And, we at the “Superette” take pride in providing only the best for our Cajun cooks.

Our company is committed to producing high quality products in a safe and clean environment. This commitment from management is placed into action through our hazard analysis critical control program (HACCP) and holding ourselves and our processes to a higher standard.

We are a family business; our products are on the tables of our family and our employee’s families. We strive to find that higher standard not only for our customers, but for our own family. We take safety and quality seriously.

We welcome any and all suggestions or concerns regarding quality and safety. Your feedback is valued and greatly appreciated!

The Eunice Superette – Circa 1962

 

Our Current Facility