Back to the basics. Anything but ordinary.
Belcampo is a lot of things: a farm, a processing plant, a neighborhood butcher shop, a restaurant. What unites everything we do is our singular commitment to provide you with delicious, organic, and compassionately raised meat you can feel good about buying and eating. We got started on our mission in 2012, and we’ve been working ever since to build a sustainable and resilient company that will be here for our great-grandkids. It’s not always easy to do the right thing, the right way, every time, but we’re passionate about taking good care of our land, our animals, our team, and you. Belcampo Meat Co. LLC operates our retail and restaurant activities for all other questions, please contact Belcampo Group Inc.
The Belcampo Team
Belcampo Inc.

Anya Fernald

Chief Executive Officer

Anya Fernald brings 15 years of experience building and growing food businesses to Belcampo. Her first job after college was to launch a cooperative of cheesemakers in rural Sicily, from there she moved to direct international microinvestments for the Italian Slow Food Foundation. Upon returning to the US in 2005, she built and ran a produce distribution company and launched Slow Food Nation and Eat Real. Anya then developed business plans via her own company, Live Culture, where she first began working with partner Todd Robinson as a client. Anya has been a regular judge on the Food Network’s Iron Chef since 2009 and also serves as the founding board chair of the Food Craft Institute.

Belcampo Meat Co.

Bronwen Hanna-Korpi

Director of Retail

A California native, Bronwen received her master’s degree from the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Parma, Italy, which kicked off her career in quality food. After stints in Italy working at Slow Food’s Salone del Gusto and Tenuta di Spannocchia, Bronwen honed her skills working in a variety of New York food retail environments including Murray’s Cheese, Dickson’s Farmstand Meats and Stone Barns.
In 2012, Bronwen drove the development of Belcampo’s business plan and opened the company’s retail locations in Northern and Southern California. In her current role as President of Belcampo Meat Co., Bronwen oversees operations and strategy for the company’s restaurants and butcher shops and is committed to building unique, delicious dining and shopping experiences for California’s meat-loving population and beyond.

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Rodney Dowse

Director of Livestock Operations

Growing up on his family’s hay and cattle farm in Oregon, Rod became intimately involved in agriculture at an early age and went on to get his degree in agricultural business management, with minors in animal science and economics. Since graduation, he’s managed cattle ranches and maintained a small family farm; he’s also explored and developed his passion for livestock management through his involvement and leadership in agricultural organizations like the Oregon Cattleman’s Association, 4H and FFA. At Belcampo, Rod gets to combine his love for production agriculture, his business acumen and his keen consumer insights to make sure we’re delivering the best meat on the market to loyal and enlightened customers.

Bill Eiler

Belcampo Butchery

Seth Crabtree

Director of Value Added Products

Seth joined Belcampo with a restaurant industry background where working with high quality products taught him to appreciate everything that goes into bringing wholesome and delicious food products to market. While his early focus was on fresh produce, he quickly noticed how under served the market was for well-raised animals. He left the restaurant industry and went to work for Boccalone where he learned to make traditional Italian salumi using high quality pork. He then worked at the Local Butcher Shop in Berkeley, where he expanded his skills to utilize a wide variety of meats, as well as developing a whole animal approach. While he appreciates every animal he works with, he has a special affinity for pigs, and the slow, time-honored practices that lead to the best possible cured meats.