Meat labels: What do they mean?

A blast from the past… These meat labeling posts are ones people continue to visit, and since there are some new friends and followers here 🙂 I wanted to share these once again.

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Agricultural with Dr. Lindsay

Today I wanted to come back to meat labels. A couple of months ago I did a series on what meat labels mean. For full details check them out at: Grain-fed and Grass-fed, Organic and Natural programs, no added hormones and no antibiotics, Humanely raised, and a quick reference guide on interpreting the labels.

The University of Nebraska’s Market Journal followed up with me to do a video segment on what the labels mean – check it out.

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Quick reference guide on meat labeling terms

Meat labeling terms can be confusing and daunting to understand. Over the last few days I have provided information on grain-fed vs grass- fed, organic vs natural programsno added hormones or antibiotics, and humane certification programs.  I also wanted to wrap-up the meat labeling series with a user-friendly chart for you.

Quick reference guide on meat label type and attributes

This chart is designed to provide you with information needed to make the best decisions for you and your family.

Do you have questions or need more information/clarification on any of these meat labeling terms?