Panorama Meats Releases Organic Grassfed Beef Hot Dog

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Panorama Meats Releases Organic Grassfed Beef Hot Dog

July 24, 2018

  • Grassfed beef leader Panorama Meats adds organic grassfed and grass-finished hot dogs to its product portfolio.
  • Panorama’s hot dogs will be added to an already diverse and widely distributed line of products including a full line of sub-primals, case ready ground beef, portion cut steaks and offal, bone broth and snack sticks.
  • Compared to grain-finished beef, grassfed and grass-finished beef contains higher levels of Vitamins A and E, omega-3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acid.

 

Woodland, California – Panorama Meats has added an organic grassfed and grass-finished beef hot dog to its product portfolio. Distributed under Panorama’s Western Grassfed Beef brand, the fully cooked, uncured beef hot dogs are USDA Certified Organic, non-GMO, Global Animal Partnership (GAP) Step 4 rated, gluten-free and made from grassfed beef cattle born and raised in the United States.

“All of the cattle entering our program are 100-percent grassfed and grass-finished, raised on open pastures where they’re able to graze naturally, resulting in a nutritious and naturally lean source of protein,” said Lori Carrion, CEO.

“High-quality grassfed cattle start with the management of healthy soil and grasses.  Our ranchers achieve this through long term commitments to sustainable grazing practices. These practices work in harmony to restore, preserve and regenerate the land,” added Becky Faudree, director of operations.

Panorama Meats’ mission is to provide healthful, innovative, high-quality grassfed beef products supported by its long-term commitment to U.S. family ranchers.

About Panorama Meats

Founded in 2002, Panorama raises cattle on pastures of grasses, legumes and range forage by more than 50 family ranchers throughout the United States, representing more than 1 million acres of USDA Certified Organic land. Panorama cattle are never administered hormones or antibiotics and never fed animal by-products. Panorama’s Western Grassfed Beef brand can be found throughout the United States at independent retailers, restaurants, food service distributors and purchased direct online.

 

For more information, contact Becky Faudree, director of operations, at (530) 668-8920 or becky.faudree@panoramameats.com.

Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef Wins “Product with a Purpose” Award from Whole Foods Markets

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Woodland, CA, May 19, 2015 —

Long-time Whole Foods Market supplier one of 17 vendors to win awards in 2015

Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef won the Whole Foods Markets 2015 “Product with a Purpose” Supplier Award.

Panorama, which has had its product in the meat cases of Whole Foods Markets since 2006, was one of 17 award recipients selected from thousands of Whole Foods Market suppliers. On hand to accept the award for Panorama were founder and President, Darrell Wood, a sixth-generation California rancher, and Wayne Langston, Panorama’s Vice President of Production.

“We are proud of the strong relationship that we have developed with Whole Foods over the past ten years,” said Darrell Wood.

“Our values align perfectly with Whole Foods Markets,” said Panorama’s CEO Lori Carrion. “Both companies are dedicated to sourcing local and organic, and to preserving the land, air and water that sustain our cattle.”

Since Panorama’s inception, it has been dedicated to working with and supporting local ranchers, preserving rangelands, and increasing the popularity and availability of certified organic 100 percent grass-fed and 100 percent grass-finished beef. Panorama’s ranchers raise their cattle on over 1 million acres of certified organic land in the Western U.S.

About Panorama Meats

Panorama Grass-Fed Beef cattle are raised on grasses, legumes and range forage by more than 45 family ranchers throughout the Western United States. Find Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef at more than 150 Whole Foods Market stores in Northern California, the Northwest, the Rocky Mountains, Texas and Florida, and 77 Brookshire Brothers stores in Texas. www.panoramameats.com

Panorama Meats’ Founding Rancher Darrell Wood Joins Land Trust Alliance Board

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VINA, Calif., August 28, 2013 —

Darrell Wood, a national leader in rangeland conservation and President of Panorama Meats the largest grass-fed beef producer in the U.S., has joined the board of directors of the Land Trust Alliance in Washington, D.C.

A sixth-generation California cattleman, Wood raises certified organic, grass-fed cattle on his 40,000-acre Leavitt Lake Ranch in Northern California. His ranch supplies beef to Panorama Meats, now comprised of more than 50 family ranches in nine states that follow strict environmental stewardship protocols. Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef is sold at Whole Foods Markets throughout the U.S. Panorama Natural Grass-Fed Beef is sold at H-E-B/Central Markets stores in Texas.

Wood is past Chairman and a current board member of the Partnership of Rangeland Trusts, former Chairman and a 14-year board member of California Rangeland Trust, former Second Vice President of the California Cattlemen’s Association, past President of the Partnership of Rangeland Trusts and past President of the Lassen County Cattleman’s Association.

Wood received the Grassland Stewardship Award in 1999 from the Society for Range Management Stewardship, the NCBA 2009 National Environmental Stewardship Award and the National Wetlands Conservation Award from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 2006.

Panorama donates a portion of its California sales to California Rangeland Trust for creation of conservation easements on working cattle ranches.

Panorama Meats’ Colorado Ranchers Featured at Whole Foods Market Colorado Stores This Fall

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Denver, CO, October 9, 2012 —

During October and November, all of the grass-fed beef sold at many Colorado Whole Foods Market stores will be from cattle raised by Colorado family ranchers.

Despite a historic drought that has made life difficult for farmers and ranchers alike, the seven Colorado ranchers who provide beef to Whole Foods Market stores through Panorama Meats will provide locally raised, Colorado-processed, USDA certified organic, 100 percent grass-fed beef to 11 Colorado Whole Foods Market stores during the two-month promotion.

All seven are local multi-generational family ranchers who raise 100 percent grass-fed and finished cattle and take seriously their role as stewards of delicate Colorado rangelands. Their cattle are raised strictly in pastures and never confined to feedlots.

Panorama’s Colorado ranchers include KW Farms in Alamosa, Kiowa Valley Organics in Roggen, Maytag Mountain Ranch in Cotopaxi, Mountain Island Ranch/Bieser Creek in Glade Park, Blue Range Ranch/San Juan Ranch in Saguache, Salazar Ranch in Manassa and Almonson Farms in Del Norte. Whole Foods Market stores that will carry their beef during October and November include Pearl Street, Ideal Market and Baseline in Boulder, Superior in Louisville, Highlands Ranch, Westminster, and Colfax, Washington Park, Colorado Blvd, Cherry Creek and Capitol Hill in Denver.

Panorama Meats, based in Vina, Calif., is the nation’s largest producer of organic, 100 percent grass-fed and grass-finished beef. The Colorado promotion is part of a larger program in which Panorama offers locally raised beef in several of its regional markets.

Panorama cattle are raised entirely on pastures of grasses, legumes and range forage. Cattle are never implanted with hormones, fed animal by-products or treated with antibiotics.  All animals are raised in compliance with the Born and Raised in the USA® verification program.

Panorama’s ranchers treat their animals humanely in low-stress environments and employ pasture-rotation and land-management practices that promote animal health and protect delicate rangeland ecosystems.
More information about Panorama is available at www.panoramameats.com.

About Panorama Meats

Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef and Panorama Natural Grass-Fed Beef cattle are raised on grasses, legumes and range forage by more than 50 family ranchers in 9 states: Northern California, Southern Oregon, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota and Colorado. Panorama’s beef is sold through 73 Whole Foods Market stores in Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Nevada, Kansas, New Mexico and Colorado, and in many H-E-B and Central Market stores in Texas. More information is available at www.panoramameats.com.

Panorama Meats Brings Colorado-Raised Organic Grass-Fed Beef to Whole Foods Market Colorado Stores

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Vina, Calif., November 16, 2011 —

    Through a unique partnership between some of Colorado’s oldest family ranchers and Panorama Meats, Colorado shoppers can now purchase locally raised and processed grass-fed organic beef at seven Colorado Whole Foods Market stores.
And the seven Colorado ranchers will be able to see their beef in local stores, rather than have it shipped to faraway markets.
“These are local multi-generational family ranchers who raise 100 percent grass-fed cattle and who are good stewards of Colorado’s delicate rangelands. Their cattle are raised strictly on pasture and never confined to feedlots,” said Mack Graves, CEO of Panorama Meats.
Panorama Meats, based in Vina, Calif., is the nation’s largest producer of organic, 100 percent grass-fed and grass-finished beef. Panorama began supplying Colorado-raised and processed Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef last year to Whole Foods Market’s Pearl Street store in Boulder. Its beef is now the exclusive organic grass-fed beef sold at Whole Foods Market stores in Boulder, Superior, Highlands Ranch, South Glenn and Fort Collins.
Panorama’s Colorado ranchers include KW Farms in Alamosa, Kiowa Valley Organics in Roggen, Maytag Mountain Ranch in Cotopaxi, Mountain Island Ranch/Bieser Creek in Glade Park, Blue Range Ranch/San Juan Ranch in Saguache and Salazar Ranch in Manassa.
Panorama cattle are raised entirely on pastures of natural grasses, legumes and range forage. Cattle are never implanted with hormones, fed animal by-products or treated with antibiotics.  All animals are raised in compliance with the Born and Raised in the USA® verification program.
Panorama’s ranchers treat their animals humanely in low-stress environments and employ pasture-rotation and land-management practices that promote animal health and protect delicate rangeland ecosystems.

About Panorama Meats
Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef is produced by a group of family ranchers in Northern California, Southern Washington, Southern Oregon, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Nebraska, New Mexico and Colorado who raise cattle on natural grasses, legumes and range forage. It is sold through Whole Foods Market stores in Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Nevada, Kansas, New Mexico and Colorado and through other independent retail grocers.