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Harris Ranch cares deeply for their livestock and the land. They take pride in how they raise their beef.


Harris Ranch partners with progressive cattle ranchers who contribute to rangeland enhancement, protect watersheds and help build wildlife ecosystems.

Their beef cattle spend approximately 70 to 80 percent of the time grazing on grass on western ranches. Then, at Harris Feeding Company, their cowboys ride their pens daily — rain or shine — to keep a watchful eye on the cattle and examine their state of health.



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Mary’s Free Range Chickens is proud to be family owned and operated since 1954.  Mary's son, David Pitman, is a third-generation Pitman farmer that leads the company today. 


Mary’s Free Range Chickens is proud to lead the industry with a superior animal welfare program. They joined the 5-Step Animal Welfare Rating Standards Program with Global Animal Partnership. The 5-Step Animal Welfare Rating Standards Program structure encourages higher welfare practices and systems to the benefit of farmers, consumers, retailers, and animals.     


Mary’s Free Range Organic Chickens achieve a Step 3 Rating - (Animal Centered, Bred for outdoors) meaning that all chickens have access to outdoors areas that include ample water and shade. Outdoor areas are enriched with bales of straw (used for pecking) and eucalyptus tree branches (used for playing and hiding). Mary’s Free Range Organic Chickens are fed an Organic Vegetarian Diet (Certified Organic feeds must be Certified by the USDA and everything that goes in them must be certified as well), with no GMO’s, antibiotics or hormones ever.

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It’s plant-based meat that tastes unbelievably beefy.

• It’s made from plants.
• It’s unbelievably delicious.
• It’s made for people who love meat.
• It’s Kosher- and Halal-certified.
• It’s got all the protein and iron that beef does,
but has 0mg cholesterol and no animal hormones.

It’s primarily made from soy protein, coconut oil, and sunflower oil — with one magic ingredient: heme.

Impossible is made without any ingredients from animal sources, and it’s really made for people who love eating meat (even though vegans can eat it). It’s the first plant-based protein that everyone can fall in love with.



Plant-Based Meatballs