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Postby bgd » Tue, 02 Sep 2014 11:50 am

Beef or lamb from NZ is all grass fed. Possibly Australia too, but less sure about that.

I've tried the Hay Dairies goat's milk. I like it. I use it as a ride destination and have a bottle or two when I visit. You can wander around and watch the goats being milked.

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Postby JR8 » Tue, 02 Sep 2014 1:25 pm

Emergency123 wrote:I pick up a mixture of frozen/fresh meats.am an obligate carnivore :D . A month's supply might be an exaggeration though.Frequent shopper might be more accurate.


Hmmmm OIC! I think I will have to go and check it out. If it stocks or can get some of the stuff one sees up at Dempsey, without the $$$ pricing that would be nice to know.

[I'm thinking things like grain-fed/free-range chicken. Something I far prefer over turkey for Xmas. But, here I'd probably have to go to Dempsey for GFC, which, odds-on, unfortunately would result in it being uneconomic!]

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Postby AZWildcat » Wed, 03 Sep 2014 6:24 pm

bgd wrote:Beef or lamb from NZ is all grass fed.

Really? I had no idea!

I've tried the Hay Dairies goat's milk. I like it. I use it as a ride destination and have a bottle or two when I visit. You can wander around and watch the goats being milked.

Cool, I'll have to make a little field trip out there sometime. Check out the goats and pick up some milk for my morning coffee.

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Re: Hormone free, grass fed

Postby yeokh » Thu, 14 Jul 2016 4:54 pm

Just wondering if anyone is keen to explore working together to set up a nutritional food portal in Singapore?

The portal will feature

(1) places to buy organic, healthy food, groceries, household items
(2) dining places where one can enjoy REAL NUTRITIONAL food and drinks

The portal will also allow members to purchase food supplements in bulk to enjoy discounts.

As a start, it will mainly be a non-profit endeavour but I am fully open to the idea of it being a business should opportunity arises.

I am from finance but I am very passionate about nutrition and preventive medicine.

Anyone keen please contact me at my message me at my facebook "mensanguy".


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