“Quality food is difficult, if not impossible to come by, and even if you do, you aren’t even sure if you are getting what you pay for. I’ve had many issues with sourcing food in the past and still do, from people pushing grain-fed meat as grass-fed, to being sold meat that sat in a freezer for 2 years. The lack of honesty and accountability in the current market for naturally raised animal products has driven me to provide people a product they can find their true health with.
Deceptive marketing is present and usually not recognized. Chickens fed corn and soy are labelled as ‘free range,’ even organic, having you pay a premium for chicken no better than your supermarket. Pork is commonly marketed as ‘Heritage Breed’ and ‘Berkshire’ but its the same case as with the chickens, low quality meat being advertised as premium. Cows are fed corn stalks, advertised as ‘Grass Fed’ and ‘Grass Finished.’ Fish can be farm raised but if its caught in a certain way a few miles off the coast its considered ‘wild-caught.’ Especially with eggs and dairy, which are even harder to find quality anywhere, let alone an online delivery service.
I have people come to me every single day asking where they can find grass-fed meats, and I honestly don’t have a good answer for them outside of exploring local options, but from this point moving forward, I will be that option. Our meat will be cut better, less expensive, and guaranteed to be what it says in the label with no misleading sales tactics.”
100% Grass-Fed and Grass-Finished beef may be hard to find in your local area. Many of your local supermarkets and some of your local health markets may sell 100% Grass-Fed beef, however the cow is Grain-Finished for the last few months. Notice they do not include Grass-Finished on the label. That’s why I always do my best (when I can afford it) to find 100% Grass-Fed and Grass-Finished beef.
Visit FrankiesFreeRangeMeat.com to buy 100% Grass-Fed and Grass-Finished beef. Also visit the owner of Frankie’s Free Range Meat, Frank Tufano, go to his YouTube channel to educate yourself on how meat can heal the body.