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Organic 100% Grass-Fed Beef

 
 

The words "organic" and "grass-fed" are often misunderstood and misrepresented by farmers, ranchers, meat cutters, grocery store personnel, restaurant owners and staff, and consumers. Each label ("grass-fed" and "organic") requires integrity on the producer's part to assure that this product is produced as stated.

 
 
 
 
Health Benefits of 100% Grass-Fed Meat
 
 
  • Optimum balance of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids which aid in maintaining superior cardiovascular health.

  • Eliminates all risks of "mad cow disease."

  • Is nature's way to keep cattle healthy and disease-free

  • High levels of Conjugated Linoleic Acid which is extremely effective at preventing cancer in animal models

  • Low calorie beef (American annual beef consumption averages 60 pounds).
    If these same people would switch to grass-fed beef, they would average 6 pounds weight loss at the end of the first year.

 
 
 

 
 

Benefits of Organic Meat

 
 
  • Focuses on sustainable agriculture
  • Toxin-free and carcinogen-free beef
  • Controlled and regulated guarantee of purity
  • Assures humane animal husbandry procedures
 
     

Organic labeling is based on a national standard with sustainable agriculture in mind (soil conservation practices that maintain and/or improve the quality of topsoil and have no negative effect on the environment), with many regulations which prohibit the use of synthetic pesticides, hormones, steroids, and antibiotics, as well as irradiated and genetically- engineered inputs. These regulations are established by a group of very knowledgeable, intelligent people with the most current research available. They continually evaluate new and old products to assure they meet safety standards. Organic producers are inspected by their certifying agency annually and are required to keep detailed records of their farming practices. Organic meat can be processed only by an organic certified slaughter house which is also inspected annually and must handle the processing to a set criteria. A good many otherwise intelligent people and farmers have no knowledge of what it takes to produce meat that is suitable for an organic label. "All natural" is not a regulated label, and is no guarantee that you know what you are eating or how it was produced. "Natural" does not equal "organic" and "grass-fed" does not equal "organic".