Monday, July 7, 2008

Grass-Fed, Organic, Local (Halal) Meat!

Why Organic-raised, Grass-fed, local?

1. Your health...
2. The taste...
3. Animals...
4. Environment...
5. Workers...
6. Rural Communities...

Need more details? See here!

Why Kosher/Halal?

Muslim scholars consider kosher slaughter to be Halal. This meat is slaughtered by a kosher ritual slaughterer using methods which are consistent with Halal standards including: proper blessing, no stunning (conscious killed), a sharp knife, no animal witnesses and quick blood draining.

Lovingly raised by Julie Bolton of Groff's Content Farm in Rocky Ridge, Maryland, or similar farms in southeastern Pennsylvania, the meat is organic, local and grass-fed and finished resulting in tasty, lean meat. No hormones or antibiotics are used.

For more information or to order contact Devora Kimelman-Block, of KOL Foods and Good Fork Foods, at (917) 864-7965 or devora@kolfoods.com.

Meet Devora in person at 2 of our upcoming events! The Renewal film screening and Green Dinner #5.

1 comment:

Joanna said...

In case you are looking for other local and organic food in the D.C. area, you should check out the Eat Well Guide (www.eatwellguide.org. It's a great resource for sustainable restaurants, CSA's, butchers, organizations, farmers and farmers markets throughout the U.S. and Canada. It's wonderful to learn of communities all over the states that are involved in sustainable agriculture.