Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Corn-Free Foods - Finding Local Resources

Getting more control over the sources of your foods helps when you're trying to eliminate contamination. Small farmers and local suppliers are often very willing to help out and work with you on your special needs. It's also nice to know that you're helping to support your local economy.

Finding these sources can be daunting but there are a couple places that may help:

EatWild.com can help you locate grass-fed meats: beef, lamb, goats, bison, poultry, pork, & dairy.

FoodRoutes.org lists several local suppliers of meats, veggies, poultry, eggs. Their search engine makes it easy to locate possible suppliers in your area.

Do know that you will need to check with each supplier about the processing of the products to make sure it doesn't get contaminated with corn (or other allergen specific to your needs).

Happy Hunting.

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