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Learn the Labels

To truly eat better meat, we need to know where our meat comes from, who raises the animals, how they are cared for, and what their diets consist of. This means that the best way to eat better meat is to buy direct from local farmers and butchers whenever possible.

But what to do when buying direct isn’t an option?

Thanks to the recent rise of food labels and product claims designed to help consumers make more educated decisions about their grocery purchases, there are some labels you can rely on in choosing meat and poultry.

This guide, created by buyingpoultry, helps us understand which labels to avoid and which to seek out.

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Download this guide PDF and visit buyingpoultry.com to learn more.


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