Do you know the condition of the products you are buying at the supermarket? From whence they came? Are they fresh?
The days of knowing and trusting the neighborhood butcher may be long gone but not forgotten. Stores like City Fresh Market are popping up in cities across the country, developing special customer-store relationships.
Did you know that meat may have been sitting on supermarket shelves for longer than you realize? According to Dr. Oz’s website, it doesn’t appear that way because some supermarkets pump carbon monoxide into packaging, giving meat a fresh appearance.
City Fresh Market wants their customers to be healthy, taking necessary measures to provide fresh, healthy and quality products.
“We take all customer requests seriously,” says Danny. “We keep our products fresh by purchasing what we need on a daily basis; we never use carbon monoxide.”
Tallgrass Beef by Bill Kurtis. Tallgrass Beef cattle are one hundred percent grass-fed for their entire lives. The result is healthier cattle and safer beef, assuring City Fresh Market customers that their well-being has been accounted for.
According to Bill Kurtis, grass is the natural diet of cattle—rather than grain. Cattle raised on grain must often be given antibiotics in order to digest their feed. Cattle kept in small pens or feedlots on corn diet have created an increase in the instance of E. coli contaminated beef. Cattle are meant to graze the prairie in collective groups, as they naturally do.
It’s not unusual for customers to say, “How come I didn’t know about you?”; “I’d much rather shop here.”; “Great fish, beef and produce!” or “I can’t believe how reasonable you are.”