Here’s a list of major American meat brands (sold in grocery stores) that offer grass-fed, pasture-raised, free range, organic, or humane certified products, or that raise animals in a different way than most factory farms do but don’t use those labels. See if these brands are sold at your grocery store by clicking on the green links below and using each company’s store locator.
Chicken & Turkey
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Small is beautiful!
Most supermarket chains buy from large food companies or farming cooperatives, not small farms. This is because they need to keep up a large and steady supply of meat, which small farms usually can't supply.
But co-op grocery stores and natural food stores are small enough to source from individual farmers. Chances are you'll find local meat at these stores, and they'll have a meat manager who can tell you about farms in your area. This is helpful if you aren't able to shop at your local farmers' market.
To find a co-op near you, see the list maintained by the Co-op Directory Service.