What is the difference between “natural” and “organic beef?” Roseda Knows.

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What is the difference between “natural” and “organic?” When delving into this question, we referred to the experts at Roseda Farms Beef.


Our definition of “natural” comes from the U.S. Food Safety Inspection Service. It means our meat contains no growth hormones, artificial color or flavoring; no chemical preservatives, other synthetic ingredients. In fact, we’re proud that, in many ways, Roseda Beef far exceeds the government’s definition of “natural.”


To qualify as “organic” by federal standards, we would have to feed our cattle ingredients that have never been treated with pesticides or herbicides. Using strictly organic feed is extremely expensive, and would require us to raise prices about 50%. We believe our natural methods are more than sufficient to provide high quality beef at a price our customers can afford."


Thanks, Mike Brannon for the explanation. We adore your ground beef sirloin burgers. The dry aged beef is so delicious and shines through! Cheers to a summer of bar-b-q with your products on the grill!

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