Mile & Bite Health Coaching
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Below are the definitions of a few labels on meat and animal products. You can decide what you would like and can afford.
THE BEST - all animal products
Animals allowed to roam free and behave naturally. Held to highest standards on animal welfare.
THE BEST - Beef, Lamb, Goat
Animals grazed outdoors, also fed grain. Higher standards than grass-fed as animals can behave more naturally when outdoors.
Not as Good as Grass-fed
Animals raised on organic feed without antibiotics or hormones. Animals may be fed grains or soybean instead of grass or their natural diet.
Acceptable if no alternative
Animals may not have access to outdoors, sunshine and fresh air. May remain limited to indoors. Check if any indication on how much space for animals.
Avoid factory farmed meat or animal products. Poor animal welfare.
THE BEST - chickens, eggs, dairy
Animals raised on pasture their entire lives and sheltered during bad weather.
Beef, Lamb, Goat
Animals fed on grass or hay, but not always outdoors. Some animals may be grass-fed but grain-finished (fed grain for a short period before slaughter).
Better than Cage-Free
Animals may or may not have access to outdoors. Check if any indication on how much space for animals.
The most basic requirements
Hormones and antibiotics are used when animals are fed an unnatural diet and live in cramped conditions with higher risk of infections and diseases.
Caged Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) are unethical, unhealthy, unnatural, stressful for the animals, present highest risk of diseases, use antibiotics and added hormones.
Online and brick & mortar butcher and delicatessen in SYP.
Grass-fed beef, Mangalica pork and free-range meats from sustainable sources.
Online delivery and boutique stores in Central, Mid-Levels, SYP, HV, Wan Chai
for meat, cheese, and limited farm produce. Offers grass-fed meat.
Farmer's Market by Emma Pike. Online delivery of Australian grass-fed beef, free range chicken and seafood.
Online delivery. Wide range of meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, dairy, cheese, olive oil, condiments and grocery products from Italy, France and Australia.