This Thanksgiving, more and more retailers are offering turkeys that were raised sustainably, carrying such labels as free-range, organic and heritage or heirloom. The premium birds — which can cost as much as $10 per pound — appeal to environmentally conscious consumers looking for an alternative to the conventional Butterball. “In regards to the heirloom, now those are the old-fashioned turkeys. Kind of like back in the Pilgrim days in regards to that,” said ...

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