Retailers beef up their selection of meats that carry a message but skip the organic cost
Priced out of Organic, yet still wanting to tap into the red-hot specialty meat market, retailers like Don Rellstab increasingly find themselves stuck in the middle. That may sound like a tough position. But for Rellstab, manager of Pennington Quality Market in Pennington, N.J., it's overwhelmingly an advantage for his store. Two years ago he replaced his organic beef selection with Naturewell Natural Beef, a line free of antibiotics, hormones and steroids, and humanely raised on a ...
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