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A passion built into a company. A company built into an icon. One thing at the center: The Best Steaks in the World
Omaha Steaks History
A Century of Steak
B.A. Simon with his father J.J. and mother Ethel, 1877
Lester Simon with his father B.A. Simon and mother Ethel
Skill handed down from Generation to Generation.
It began with a father and son who left Riga, Latvia to escape religious persecution. After passing through Ellis Island, they boarded a train going west and got off when the land looked like Latvian farm country. They had discovered Omaha, Nebraska, their new home.

After settling in Omaha, J.J. and B.A. started working in the only business they knew - the meat business. They toiled in several markets around Omaha before founding their own company in 1917. B.A. bought a building in downtown. At the time, the space was a carpentry shop called Table Supply Company. He moved a cooler and a freezer into the building, and on the front sign, he nudged the "CO" of company to the right and inserted the word "Meat."

Hence, we embarked on our journey under the name, "Table Supply Meat Company."
Lester Simon Headshot
Lester Simon (1907 - 1974)
Son of B.A.
Stephen Simon Headshot
Stephen Simon (1939 - 2006)
Son of Lester
Fred Simon Headshot
Fred Simon (1937 - 2015)
Son of Lester
Alan Simon Headshot
Alan Simon (1934 - 2020)
Son of Lester
Alan Simon Headshot
Bruce Simon (1957 - 2021)
Son of Alan
Operated Today by the 5th Generation Simon Family.
The Omaha Steaks and Simon Family legacies continue today through the dedicated leadership of fifth-generation steak expert Todd Simon.

Todd Simon (1964 - Present)
Chairman & CEO

Son of Fred
Omaha Steaks Through the Years
Committed to Delivering the Very Best.
Omaha Steaks began as a small-scale butcher shop in downtown Omaha. From there, we grew rapidly. B.A.'s son, Lester Simon, joined the company in 1929. His leadership accelerated our growth, expanding our reach through cross-country foodservice partnerships, which put Omaha Steaks on the menus of railroad dining cars and troop transport trains. This exposure brought us widespread renown.

In 1953, we initiated our first mail order ventures, and by 1966, our notoriety had reached global proportions. It was then that the brand embraced a new name, Omaha Steaks International. Today we remain one of the world's most esteemed meat purveyors.

Our omni-channel approach to marketing has its roots in teleservices and mailing, but true to our innovative spirit, customers can now connect with us through all manner of diverse channels, from direct response television to social media and mobile apps.
Table Supply Meat Co. first building
J.J. and B.A Simon found Table Supply Meat Company in Omaha, NE.
Men unloading a railcar with packages of Omaha Steaks
Our steaks are served on cross-country trains. Nebraska Beef becomes famous.
Woman packing an Omaha Steaks shipment
Lester Simon starts selling steak through magazine ads and mail flyers. A first!
Two Women and a child enjoying Omaha Steaks circa the 1960st
The world gets to know our new name: Omaha Steaks.
Omaha Steaks First Retail Store
The first Omaha Steaks retail store opens for business in Nebraska.
Omaha Steaks Cooler
The Simon Family & Omaha Steaks celebrate a centennial.
Table Supply Meat Co Logo 1924
Omaha Steaks International Logo 1966
Omaha Steaks International Logo 1980
Omaha Steaks Logo 1995
Omaha Steaks Logo 2008
Omaha Steaks Logo 2008
100 Years in the Heartland
Omaha Steaks Headquarters
Two Buildings, Located in Omaha, NE.

Functions: Human Resources, Information Technology, Telemarketing, Food Service, Corporate & Executive Office, Administration, Business Gifting, and Marketing.
3 locations in and around Omaha, NE.

Functions: Meat Processing, Steak Cutting, Food Prep, and Packaging.
Two centers. Located in Omaha, NE.

Functions: Package Handling, Order Fulfillment, Shipping, Retail Supply, and Logistics.
50+ stores locations nationwide

Destination shopping for Omaha Steaks gifts and meals, expert product education, and interactive events.
Todd Simon's Favorites
Private Reserve®
Rib Crown Steak
"Our Private Reserve® Ribeye Crown is my new favorite steak. It's cut from the juicy cap of our best Omaha Steaks Ribeye. My whole family loves it."
King Cut T-Bone Steak
"This is the Fred Flintstone steak. The cartoonishly large steak that people imagine the owner of Omaha Steaks might like. Well, I love it."
Private Reserve®
Filet Mignon
"The Filet Mignon is our signature steak, and the ones we call Private Reserve® are the absolute best. They're so tender, like butter, every time."
Omaha Steaks in the Media
Cultivating community and sharing our passion for steak every chance we get.
ESPN, Today, USA Today, Oprah, TheTalk, TIME, FOOD52, New York Times, Fox&Friends, Hell's Kitchen, AOL