Focus on Organic

Organic refers to the way agricultural products are grown and made. It includes raising, making, and labeling foods to assure consumers that the products maintain the organic integrity that begins on the farm. To be USDA-certified organic, farms must follow a strict set of guidelines.

  • No synthetic pesticides or fertilizers
  • No GMO ingredients
  • No antibiotics or synthetic growth hormones
  • No artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives
  • No sewage sludge or irradiation
How do you ensure it’s Organic?

We selected “Where Food Comes From” as our third-party certifier who documents and audits our farmers. Our farmers and production facilities are regularly audited to ensure compliance.

In addition, while Organic is always Non-GMO, we choose to get third-party certified by Project Non GMO to ensure that all our feed, ingredients, and sourcing practices meet their standards.

How is Organic chicken raised?
  • The birds must be raised organically no later than two days after they hatch;
  • They must be fed certified organic feed for their entire lives. Organic feed cannot contain animal by-products, antibiotics or genetically engineered grains and cannot be grown using persistent pesticides or chemical fertilizers.
  • It is prohibited to give drugs and antibiotics.
  • All birds must have outdoor access.