to choose organic, grass fed/pasture-raised beef,
poultry and dairy, in addition to organic produce.
While many grocery stores now carry organic foods,
it’s preferable to source yours from local growers
whenever possible, as much of the organic food
sold in grocery stores is imported. If you live in the
U.S., the following organizations can help you lo-
cate farm-fresh foods:
EatWild.com provides lists of farmers known to produce wholesome raw dairy products as well as grass fed
beef and other farm-fresh produce (although not all are certified organic). Here you can also find information
about local farmers markets, as well as local stores and restaurants that sell grass fed products.
Weston A. Price Foundation
Weston A. Price has local chapters in most states, and many of them are connected with buying clubs in which
you can easily purchase organic foods, including grass fed raw dairy products like milk and butter.
The Grassfed Exchange has a listing of producers selling organic and grass fed meats across the U.S.
This website will help you find farmers markets, family farms and other sources of sustainably grown food in
your area where you can buy produce, grass fed meats, and many other goodies.
A national listing of farmers markets.
Eat Well Guide: Wholesome Food from Healthy Animals
The Eat Well Guide is a free online directory of sustainably raised meat, poultry, dairy and eggs from farms,
stores, restaurants, inns, hotels and online outlets in the United States and Canada.
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (CISA)
CISA is dedicated to sustaining agriculture and promoting the products of small farms.
The FoodRoutes “Find Good Food” map can help you connect with local farmers to find the freshest, tastiest
food possible. On their interactive map, you can find a listing for local farmers, Community Supported Agricul-
ture memberships (CSAs) and markets near you.
The Cornucopia Institute
The Cornucopia Institute maintains web-based tools rating all certified organic brands of eggs, dairy products
and other commodities, based on their ethical sourcing and authentic farming practices separating CAFO
“organic” production from authentic organic practices.
If you’re still unsure of where to find raw milk, check out Raw-Milk-Facts.com and RealMilk.com. They can tell
you what the status is for legality in your state, and provide a listing of raw dairy farms in your area. The Farm
to Consumer Legal Defense Fund 1 also provides a state-by-state review of raw milk laws. 2 California residents
can also find raw milk retailers using the store locator available at www.OrganicPastures.com.
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