What does all natural and organic really mean?
The organic certification is a strong and consistent program that maintains a high standard of excellence.
For a product to qualify for the “all-natural” claim, all of these qualifications must be met. Our products must have no added hormones or antibiotics. It also means they're minimally processed with no artificial ingredients or preservatives.
“Organic” is a United States Department of Agriculture certification that includes all the qualifications for the “all-natural” claim, plus the animals and all the plant products they consume must be raised on land that has been free from any chemical pesticides, herbicides, and non-natural fertilizers for at least three years.
Mother animals that were not born organic can never be organic. Only if the mother has been on certified organic land and feed for at least a year will the offspring be qualified as organic for meat snacks.
The organic certification is a strong and consistent program that maintains a high standard of excellence. There are a very few production facilities in the United States that are certified organic. Organic certification is truly the ultimate in quality.