WHAT IS IN OUR FOOD?
Did you know that eighty percent of antibiotics sold in the U.S. are used in animal agriculture?
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7 SUMMERTIME GRILLING TIPS:
Let your grill stay hot and then hit it with your grill brush. Nothing tastes worse than a freshly cooked steak that tastes like last week’s chicken. Cleaning reagularly is crucial for great tasting food.
THE APPLEGATE PROMISEWhen you pick up an Applegate product, you can be assured that…Their animals are never given antibiotics.Healthy animals don’t need medicine. Instead, we give them space, fresh air, and a healthy diet, which we’re certain beats the alternative.Their livestock eat a completely vegetarian diet with no animal by-products.Cattle in Applegate organic program are grass-fed. Hogs and poultry in their organic program are fed a grain diet that includes corn, soy, barley, and flax that are free from GMOs. Their animals are never given hormones or artificial growth promotants. They grow at their natural rate. All of their products are made with natural and organic ingredients. If you aren’t familiar with a particular ingredient, email Applegate and they’ll tell you what it is.Their products are all minimally processed, allowing for a wholesome texture and taste.Their products never contain artificial nitrates or nitrites.Instead, we use celery juice and sea salt to preserve their products the natural and old fashioned way.Their deli meat, hot dogs, burgers, and bacon are gluten and casein free.Their products are made from natural and organic whole muscle meat.Yes, even their hot dogs! No mystery here.
Applegate Farms hotdogs are now available in Kroger stores in addition to Whole Foods. You can locate a store near you using the Applegate Farms online store locator.
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