• “Michael Kiolbassa’s Family Business” by Forbes Magazine

    San Antonio, Tx (November 09, 2016)

    Michael Kiolbassa, 54, is president of Kiolbassa Provision in San Antonio, TX, a family business his grandfather Rufus Kiolbassa founded in 1945. The company makes handcrafted smoked meats including 25 kinds of sausage and several varieties of bacon.

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  • “Bring Home the Bacon” by San Antonio Living

    San Antonio, Tx (November 04, 2016)

    Kiolbassa Smoked Meats released bacon using an old-school curing method. The bacon is hand-rubbed and is free of phosphates. This means your bacon won't shrink on the stove like other brands, so you can eat even more bacon!

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  • KIOLBASSA SETS THE PACE WITH UNITED WAY, WINS AWARD

    San Antonio, Tx (November 01, 2016)

    Kiolbassa Provision Company received the United Way Pacesetter Award this year when they not only exceeded their donation goal, but they did so with 100 percent company participation.

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  • KIOLBASSA SMOKED MEATS NAMED TOP WORKPLACE WINNER SECOND YEAR IN A ROW

    San Antonio, Tx (October 25, 2016)

    Kiolbassa Provision Company has been awarded a 2016 Top Workplaces honor by The San Antonio Express-News.

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  • Michael Kiolbassa named top CEO in San Antonio (San Antonio Business Journal)

    San Antonio, TX (September 22, 2016)

    For Michael Kiolbassa, ensuring his company’s future is all about staying true to the past. As he recently told the Business Journal: “We make things the way your grandparents and great-grandparents made them.”

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  • SABJ announces C-Suite Awards winners (San Antonio Business Journal)

    San Antonio, TX (August 15, 2016)

    The San Antonio Business Journal announces the winners of its 2016 C-Suite Awards.

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  • How the sausage is made: A photo tour of Kiolbassa’s plant in San Antonio (San Antonio Business Journal)

    San Antonio, TX (August 11, 2016)

    Kiolbassa Provision Company has one foot in the 21st century and the other in the 1800s. Refrigeration, vacuumed-powered smokers and conveyor belts keep the San Antonio sausage maker's product fresh and moving at a brisk pace.

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