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Strict Clean Label Grocery Chain Introduces Thousand Hills Grazed Beef In Stores

February 28, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
Colorado-based Natural Grocers is introducing the “exceptional quality” Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed beef, raised on family-owned U.S. farms, in its grocery stores in 19 states. Natural Grocers maintains strict clean label standards – stricter than USDA standards – for its beef suppliers, requiring all unprocessed, fresh and frozen meat to be humanely-raised without hormones, growth-promoting drugs, antibiotics or animal by-products. The company also “prefers” non-genetically modified feed. According to the company, the USDA allows meat to be labeled as 100-percent grass fed even if cattle are confined in feed lots and fed distillers’ grains, GMO alfalfa, and antibiotics. [Image Credit: © Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed]
Alissa Marchat, "Natural Grocers Adds Thousand Hills Grass-Fed Beef To All Stores", The Shelby Report, February 28, 2018, © The Shelby Report
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