By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Veterinary Week -- - Would you prefer your eggs from here versus here? This is the question raised in HYPERLINK "http://www.naturalgrocers.com/" nNatural Grocers' new television ads, which ask customers to make a conscious choice about where they buy their food.
The new campaign features a series of video, billboard and print ads showcasing the stark contrast between conventional farming and those of organic and natural food producers. The goal of the campaign is to reach those consumers who might be on the fence about selecting higher quality foods by allowing them to witness the differences side by side and truly understand what they're choosing when they shop for groceries.
To view the new ads visit https://www.naturalgrocers.com/here-vs-here/
"We support Natural Grocers for its commitment to putting meat and dairy on its shelves that adheres to what the consumer believes they are getting when they purchase meat and dairy - animals on good healthy pastures exhibiting natural behaviors, eating the diet they were designed to thrive on," said Carrie Balkcom, Executive Director at the HYPERLINK "http://www.americangrassfed.org/" nAmerican Grassfed Association.
It's no secret that Natural Grocers has some of the highest quality standards in the industry. As large-scale grocery chains go, Natural Grocers far exceeds the conventional norm when it comes to quality standards. With 100% organic produce, 100% free-range eggs, 100% pasture-based dairy and no artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners and no hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils, the company has always gone above and beyond to protect customers from unfavorable additives and ingredients.
"When you buy a product, you're casting your vote for the system that created it," said Kemper Isely, Natural Grocers' Co-President. "In this campaign, we are asking consumers to vote for the betterment of animal welfare, food that isn't tainted with synthetic chemicals and farmers who use sustainable farming practices that support the future of our planet."
Keywords for this news article include: Agriculture, Animal Welfare, Sustainable Food, Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage Inc..
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