Grass-Fed, Free-Range, All-Natural: What Do These Labels Really Mean?

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Real talk: Who else is confused about what to buy at the grocery store? With so many different labels found on food packages, from grass-fed, organic and free-range, to cage-free, pasture-raised and all-natural, grocery shopping can be so overwhelming.

What do these labels mean? Which labels should we be looking for? Which labels matter and which don’t? Navigating labels makes figuring out what to buy at the grocery store so confusing. Should you pay extra for grass-fed? Is free-range better than cage-free? Do you want all-natural or organic?

If you haven’t listened to episode 121: Exactly What to Buy at the Grocery Store with Kevin Curry, he decoded many food labels for us, including high-protein, low-fat, gluten-free, and many more. I know how helpful this episode was for many of you and that’s why I decided to expand on the topic and explain more food labels I didn’t have a chance to discuss with Kevin.

In this episode of Coffee & Kettlebells, I decode the labels organic, all-natural, grass-fed, cage-free, free-range, hormone-free, pasture-raised and vegetarian.

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