Whole Foods to Offer Local Grass-fed Beef in Denver

(PRWEB) October 21, 2012

Grocery store chain Whole Food Market has announced it will provide local organic, grass-fed meats to Denver-area schools and residents starting this month. To further encourage the eating of these healthy meats, MassageSchoolSanDiego.com, a strong supporter of raw organic foods, healthy living and massage therapy, has created a health benefits guide for grass-fed meat.

Thanks to Whole Foods Market, the RE-1 school district in the outskirts of Denver, Colorado, will receive organic grass-fed beef for its cafeteria lunches this year. Whole Foods has partnered with local sustainable food company Crystal River Meats for this effort as reported by Denver Westword. Crystal River Meats offers cattle and lamb meats that are grass-fed, free of antibiotics and hormones and certified natural by the USDA. Whole Foods will also begin offering local grass-fed meats in its 11 Denver-area store locations.

To further encourage the consumption of these healthy, organic meats, MassageSchoolSanDiego.com has created a guide to the health benefits of grass-fed beef:

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