Revival Foods was started by farmers aiming to create necessary, convenient linkages between the fields and forks of the Deep South. We represent a collection of Southern Neo-Agrarians who would rather dedicate their days to the honorable profession of ecologically-minded farming and food production than the rat race of promotion. As a company we show our respect for these farmers by paying them fairly for their stewardship and by promoting their diverse and distinctive Southern food products to individuals, groups, and businesses who join The Revival.
Bradley Taylor, Founder & Southern Heritage Livestock Farmer
Bradley runs a sustainable farm in Sylvania, GA balancing heritage Southern livestock, timber, flora, and wildlife. He raises Pineywoods cattle, Spanish goats, Native (Gulf Coast) sheep, Ossabaw Island hogs and Marsh Tacky horses on pine silvopasture and oak woodlots.
Cat Compton, Chef Advocate
Catherine (Cat) Compton is a born and raised foodie of the New South. As a walk-on for the Clemson Women's Basketball team she began to realize the connection between what you put in your body and the result you get out. She went on to graduate from Armstrong University with a degree in Health Science, and has been a professional nutritionist and personal trainer. Though originally from Lexington, SC, she feels most at home near the ocean, working with and around food, farms, and anything exuding health and community. Last year, she founded Slow Food Savannah with two other local food champions and continues to serve as Chapter President. Cat’s mission as Chef Advocate is to sing the praises of local producers directly to chefs at restaurants and schools in and around Savannah. She loves surrounding herself with creative food artists who respect and honor the hard work it takes to produce the highest quality food, and is living her dreams as the newest member of the Revival Foods team.
Revival Foods sources from a carefully selected collection of local ecological, pasture-based, organically managed and permaculture farms--all honored with fair payment. We hope to grow demand through our enterprises at a rate that contributes to the overall economic sustainability of their operations and allows them to focus on growing fresh, diverse crops for Deep South consumption. When you join the Revival, you support these values. Read more about our Ethos.
A sustainable farm in Sylvania, GA run by Bradley Taylor balancing heritage Southern livestock, timber, flora, and wildlife. Bradley raises Pineywoods cattle, Spanish goats, Native (Gulf Coast) Sheep, Choctaw Hogs, and Ossabaw Island hogs and Marsh Tacky Horses on pine silvopasture and oak woodlots.