A year and a half after the first humane-certified product hit its shelves, D'Agostino Supermarkets is encouraging all of its livestock, poultry, dairy and egg suppliers to seek the humane-raised and -handled certification through Herndon, Va.-based Humane Farm Animal Care. Products that gain HFAC's seal of approval are from animals that have received a nutritious diet without antibiotics or hormones, and have been raised with shelter, resting areas and space sufficient to support natural ...

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