For those of you who have already ditched your weekly trip to the supermarket in favor of a click-and-deliver approach, there's a new option for higher-quality meat and fish—with online organic grocery Thrive Market now offering them along with coconut oil, almond butter, and other healthy-living essentials.
And the grocery stresses that it is picky about the farmers and fisherman they source from—working with those who treat their employees and animals well.
"We have created a path for consumers to move away from toxic, conventional, factory-farmed meats and back towards the small and mid-size family farmers."
"We have created a path for consumers to move away from toxic, conventional, factory-farmed meats and back towards the small and mid-size family farmers that can more realistically maintain the highest standards of raising practices," Thrive Market CEO and co-founder Nick Green says in a statement.
A big part of the company's goal is to create an easy and affordable way to support ethically minded farmers over factory farms. And according to Thrive Market co-founder Gunnar Lovelace, they have higher aims, beyond their brand's success: "We will enable our producer partners to grow their operations, inspire others to transition away from unsustainable techniques, and eventually change America's food system for the better."
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