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Buying from Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Meats is more than just a great choice for you and your family – it’s a great choice for the world we share. You can support food that’s raised the way nature intended and you can help American family farmers produce the kind of beef you want, that comes from animals raised in a way that’s natural and humane.
Unlike many natural and grass-fed meat producers, all Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef comes from animals raised entirely on grass and Born and Raised in the USA®, Panorama Meats follows a ranch to retail trace-back system that verifies that each animal spent its entire life on a ranch in the United States. We also follow the USDA’s strict organic grass-fed feeding practices and protocols.
Taste & Quality
Raising cattle on a diet made up entirely of natural grasses and forages allows beef to develop the savory natural flavors that cannot be found in grain-fed beef. While grass-fed beef is known to be leaner and contain less marbling than grain-fed beef, the natural flavor that develops as a result of their grass-fed diets ensures that there is no lack of flavor.
Panorama’s partnering ranchers work to maintain strong genetics in their herds to ensure their cattle produce beef that is juicy, flavorful and evenly marbled. When cooking grass-fed beef, it is important to remember that it is leaner than grain-fed beef, as a result grass-fed beef cooks about 30% faster. As with all beef, when cooking your grass-fed beef, you should carefully monitor it to prevent overcooking and loss of tenderness.
All Panorama Meat’s products are Whole 30 Approved as well as Paleo Approved by the Paleo Foundation.
Studies show that cattle raised humanely on grass produce beef that is more nutritious. Cattle are ruminants – they are designed to eat grass, not grain. We raise cattle following the animal’s natural appetites and desire for free pasture.
Compared with grain-fed beef, Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef contains 60 percent more omega-3, twice as much vitamin A and E, three times more conjugated linoleic acid, and a higher concentration of unsaturated fats (the good ones) versus saturated fats (the bad ones).