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Meat and Poultry - Nutrition Information


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Label information on meat and poultry

Organic means that the meat, poultry, dairy and eggs products come from animals that are given no antibiotics or growth hormones.
Cage-free means it was raised in a chicken house that may or may not offer access to the outdoors.
Free-range poultry has had some access to the outdoors each day.
Grass-fed products means that the animals have eaten nothing besides grass and their mother's milk.
Natural can not contain any artificial flavoring, colors, chemical preservatives, or artificial or synthetic ingredients, and cannot be more than minimally processed.
Vegetarian poultry products have been fed only corn and grain.



Nutrition Information - Healthy Recipes



source: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference
Release 18, 2006 - Nutrition and Diet Data



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