Can this concerned, grocery-shopping dad be cloned?

Recently I started taking on more of the grocery shopping for our household. The other day, I came across “grassfed beef” in the supermarket. Aren’t all beef cattle fed grass? If not, what do they eat? Is this something I should feed my family?

Help a clueless dad out. Thanks! -- Danny

As the Good Food Movement grows and farmers work to supply expanding consumer demand for good food from family farms, a slew of new labels are hitting our grocery aisles. And that means a lot more work for us shoppers. How our livestock animals are raised and cared for represents just one of many areas where products are being differentiated through labeling.

So how do you know the meat you purchase is supporting family farmers and in line with your values? Is grassfed the answer?

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