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Nurture Ranch ‘1 Steer’ Ground Beef Hits Store Shelves In Southeastern U.S.

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Nurture Ranch 1 Steer Ground Beef, packaged grass-fed ground beef that includes meat from just one steer per pack with a code tracing the animal’s history from birth to harvest, now is available in grocery stores across the Southeast.

“All other packaged ground beef in grocery stores is processed from multiple cows per package,” says Nurture Ranch. “Additionally, the majority of grass-fed beef is imported but labeled as a ‘Product of the USA.’ Nurture Ranch 1 Steer Ground Beef is radically different.”

Each package of beef is processed from one steer, a method proven in independent lab tests to be 100 percent cleaner than industry standards, meaning ground beef average acceptable standards for potential bacteria is 100 percent more than Nurture Ranch 1 Steer and 1 Cow ground beef.

“Because it is 100 percent cleaner, Nurture Ranch tastes the way beef should—delicious, without a heavy, rich aftertaste,” the company says.

Consumers can find the new ground beef in their local grocery stores in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.

“Pioneering the 1 Steer and 1 Cow process has helped us provide the cleanest and most transparently sourced beef available to consumers,” said Rodney Mason, founder of Nurture Ranch. “Our unmatched clean taste and transparency is bringing the true ranch-to-table concept to the grocery store.”

Nurture Ranch cattle are born and humanely raised in the U.S., free range with higher average temperatures, mineral rich springs and a canopy of shade trees. They are 100 percent grass fed, with no feedlots, confinement, antibiotics, hormones or GMOs. Additionally, the company’s Lucky Clover-filled pastures from free range enriched soil promote bee populations and provide one of the richest sources of protein for cattle, says Nurture Ranch.

Nurture Ranch 1 Steer Ground Beef is available for $9 per 1-lb. package.

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