Labels can be confusing across meat producers. For example, grass-fed can mean that confined animals in feedlots can be fed grass at any point. It does not mean they only eat grass, and most often they are also fed grain to fatten them up. However, with transparency being a pillar of our business, our labels have no surprises. When we say our cattle are grass-fed and grass-finished, we mean grass is the only thing they eat.Continue reading
When Grass Roots and Pachamama decided to collaborate on a coffee-rub bacon, the question was “Which blend would pair best with Grass Roots’ forested pork?”Continue reading
You may have seen the recent headlines about the controversy over Costco’s $4.99 chicken. Costco by and large offers consumers high quality products and does great things for its employees and communities but they have slipped up here. Mercy for Animals,...Continue reading
As much as irresponsible, industrial farming has been a culprit of this current predicament, farming may also be our answer. Sustainable farming, that is!Continue reading
So how does a farm go from being an atmospheric carbon culprit to a mean, green, carbon sink machine?
We’ve put together a list of 3 facts that prove pasture-raised chicken—that is, chicken raised outdoors with room to roam and forage—is better for you than conventional.Continue reading