Coleman Introduces Natural Halal Certified Goat
Golden, Colo.-based Coleman Natural Foods, the country's largest organic and natural meat company, introduces Natural, Pasture Raised Rocky Mountain Goat, and it is available at select Whole Foods Market stores throughout the U.S.
Goat products are being Introduced in response to the growing demand by ethnic consumers in the U.S. for which goat is a central part of their diet and social traditions -- Hispanics, Muslims and Caribbean Islanders -- Coleman's goat products are 100 percent sustainably farmed, humanely raised, and grass fed.
Pasture raised in Colorado and Wyoming, this naturally lean meat is also free of antibiotics (ABF), preservatives, hormones, nitrates, nitrites and MSG; is 100% vegetarian fed (no animal by-products, pesticides or herbicides) and Halal certified. Coleman Natural Foods' goat meat is also raised by pre-certified farmers, has received source verification, and is animal welfare and food safety certified by Steri-Tech, Charlotte, N.C.
Coleman Natural Foods' Natural, Pasture Raised Rocky Mountain Goat is sold in the meat freezer section in leg, loin, and rack retail-ready packed bags; 1pc per bag and shoulders/ stew meat cubed and vacuum-packed in bulk.
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