Posted On: September 18th 2013
FACT: 14.5% of U.S. households in 2012 were food insecure.
FACT: 1 IN 6 Americans are affected by hunger, struggling to make ends meet and forced to go without food
for several meals or even days.
FACT: 3.9 million households in Michigan face hunger.
September is Hunger Action Month. Please visit Feeding American to find out who you can help make a
difference. Young, old, black, white, homeless, or not, hunger is EVERYONE’S problem
Los Angeles County– According to a report from Feeding America 26.6% of all children living in Los Angeles
County are reported to live in “Food Insecure Households.”
Posted On: September 11th 2013
Kim North Shine wrote a great article a few weeks back and we wanted to share it with you. The article
features Jerry, the farm, and the Monty’s Beef partnership. Check out this link to learn more!!
Jerry Feeds Treats to Loxie — if that’s not humane, what is?
Posted On: June 23rd 2013
Piedmontese beef’s lower fat, cholesterol entices connoisseurs
Want the skinny on Piedmontese? Check out this excellent ABC news segment by Food Coach Lori Corbin by
clicking the link below.
Posted On: June 12th 2013
Thanks metromode for the great article!
Posted On: June 8th 2013
100% Pure Piedmontese Beef Carpaccio featured at Cas Antica, Sarasota, FL
Red meat has historically beef a “No-No” or “just a few ounces per week” for individuals with cholesterol
concerns and others just interested in a heart-healthy diet. In fact, survey data shows that one of the
main reasons people avoid beef in their diet is the thought that it’s unhealthy and bad for your heart;
despite the fact that other surveys show most Americans report enjoying beef. Read the rest from a recent
article in Shape Magazine.
The good news… As of last year the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition announced that, according to 6
months of data collected through a test study, lean red meats can actually help lower bad cholesterol
levels. The idea is to eat beef that is very low in saturated fatand the USDA has helped us be able to buy
smarter by certifying 29 cuts as “healthy”. The article, “How to Buy Meat”, recommends cuts from the
round, sirloin, and chuck– all potentially very tasty and very when prepared properly– but what if you want
Short Ribs or a Ribeye Steak, can you have these and still be eating heart smart? Yes, as long as you are
eating the right breed.
Piedmontese beef is so low in saturated fat and cholesterol that ALL cuts are considered lean red meat. By
this standard, research proves you can have 4oz of Piedmontese Beef daily and experience a 10% decrease in
your bad cholesterol. In short, Pure Piedmontese is very good for you so eat up!