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What is pastured meat?

Margaret Floyd
Nutrition & Dietetics
The U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) does not yet formally define pastured meat, but the term is typically used to describe pork and poultry that have been raised on pasture. Both pigs and poultry munch on a variety of things -- grasses, to be sure, along with insects in the case of poultry, and just about anything else in the case of not-at-all picky pigs.
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