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14Apr 22

Global First as UK Farm Receives Regenerative Certification by A Greener World

A Greener World is thrilled to announce Challacombe Farm in Devon, UK as the world’s first Certified Regenerative by AGW farm. This innovative certification provides a whole-farm assurance of sustainability, measuring benefits for soil, water, air, biodiversity, infrastructure, animal welfare and social responsibility. As public interest in sustainability continues to increase and broaden in scope, the demand for rigorous, meaningful assurances of responsible farming practices has grown. Building on its successful family of leading labels, AGW’s Certified Regenerative programme is…

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16Feb 22
Fake Meat

It’s a crazy idea… but can’t we just eat real food?

You might have heard about Veganuary recently, a relatively new campaign held in January and beyond to encourage people to take up a vegan diet. As the Veganuary website states, the ultimate aim is to achieve “a fully vegan world.” Veganuary appears to be piggy-backing on the growing public interest in the links between our dietary choices and climate change, born from years of critical media headlines that “all meat is bad for the environment,” as well as controversial global…

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31Mar 21

Grassfed Comparison Chart

Cows, sheep, goats and game (also known as ruminants) can do something amazing: they can thrive on grass—which humans cannot eat—while producing nutritious meat and milk which we can eat. Grass can grow on land that can’t grow human food, and well-managed pastures that ruminants graze can also store carbon in the soil, helping to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. Grassfed systems have an important role to play in sustainable food production and our future. However, grassfed labels can be confusing. If the milk and…

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26Mar 21

What is grassfed?

Shopping for products that meet your values and expectations is not easy. With a little time and resources from trusted sources like us, you can learn how to decipher confusing food labels. In a recent blog post, we explored the meaning of “pasture-raised,” and provided guidance on how you can be assured that products you purchase come from animals that were raised outdoors on pasture and range. Grassfed is another common claim used on meat and dairy products, and demand…

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20Mar 21
Pasture raised blog

What is “Pasture-Raised”?

What is “Pasture-Raised”? Pasture-raised means an animal was raised on pasture. But heads up: it’s not always used honestly—we’ll explain later how to know when you can trust this claim. Not to be confused with pasteurised (the process of heating foods to kill germs), the term “pasture-raised” is usually talking about an animal raised for food, and you’ll find it as a label on meat, dairy and eggs from those animals. Aren’t all farm animals raised on pasture? No. While…

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