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So many processed ham brands claiming to be Country Ham are very different from our natural air-dried Country Hams cured with the same methods used for generations on the family farms of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAVING COUNTRY HAM FOR THE NEXT GENERATION BY EATING MORE TODAY
Over 1500 Reviews
"One of the best COUNTRY Ham’s I’ve ever had.
For those of you who have never had Country ham, keep in mind it will be saltier and a very distinct flavor. I bought a whole ham. Slicing and skillet cooking is what I like best and the flavor was everything and more than I expected. And I’ve had plenty. If you like a cross between bacon and “City” ham, this is the ham for you. Price was very reasonable considering it was packaged well, gift worthy and came with additional items to store whole depending on how and when you may start slicing it. I will definitely purchase again."
"I grew up in NC eating my grandfather's country ham.
He always made it when they slaughtered hogs. I haven't lived in NC for 25 years and have never found an acceptable substitute. I refuse to eat country ham unless it is NC salt-cured. I thought I'd never have another acceptable piece of country ham again. That is until my husband surprised me with a box of Ray's Country Ham from Mt Airy, NC (which is the home of Andy Griffith and my college roommate!). One bite of this scrumptiousness immediately took me back to my childhood, when I would wake up and smell my grandfather's country ham being cooked by my grandmother. Thanks for the memories and the taste of home!!!"
"The Real Deal - this is the country ham to buy!
I grew up in North Carolina. Moved all over the US for my career, settled in Omaha, Nebraska. There is no country ham within 500 miles of here, so I ordered Ray's to try it out. That first ham biscuit took me right back home - this is full of good old Southern flavor! To those who don't know the difference, country ham is cured with salt and it has a chewier texture than city ham. Slap a couple pieces on a homemade biscuit and you'll never be the same again. Absolutely will buy this again and again, thank you to Rays for such an outstanding product!"
If you know where North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky almost join, that's where Rays Country Ham was born. That was long before Ray became the first to ever serve Country Ham between a Southern Biscuit in America's Fast Food Restaurants. And if you know and love the beautiful shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains, that's where you will still find us today. They called that place Mount Airy long before our neighbor Andy Griffith and the rest of the world started calling it Mayberry. We just call it home, and that's a place on this map where you will find
A TASTE FROM ANOTHER PLACE IN TIME.