Farm to Fork Meat
Offering local, new pasture, high foraging, GMO FREE meats, eggs, dairy, seafood and beyond organic heirloom produce, a la carte - every week.

2800-142 Sumner Blvd. Raleigh, NC 27616
Hours: Tues.- Fri. 12pm - 7pm & Sat. 10am - 2pm
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Are you eating pesticides?

Posted by Niti Bali on 7/12/2011
Are you eating pesticides? Canola oil is the #1 ingredient in bug killers. Are you still using canola oil?

Raw Pet Food

Posted by Niti Bali on 7/9/2011
Several of the CSA members have been asking lately about the raw pet food we offer. I asked some veterinarians about it and none of them felt that raw pet pork could hurt dogs; they rather recommend real meat over the imitation pet food.

Legalization of Raw Milk

Posted by Niti Bali on 7/5/2011
There is a poll asking the question, Should raw milk be legalized? To this I say yes! Yes to the legalization of raw milk. As human beings we have the right to decide what to eat despite what the FDA says.

Competition

Posted by Niti Bali on 4/29/2011

I appreciate folks sending me the name of new programs or stores that they feel are doing what I am doing with Farm to Fork Meat. I always research them and then chuckle inside because I actually still think like a corporate clone from years ago and feel as though I must know what is going on out in the marketplace. In reality, there really is no one in the marketplace who is doing what we are doing in this CSA. There are likely a variety of reasons why no one else is doing what we are. My best bet as to why I am the only one with this type of CSA is that there is no profit in REAL FOOD. There is only profit in imitation prepared foods or imitation stressed and diseased meats or dead fruits and veggies.

Talking Chicken and Eggs

Posted by Niti Bali on 4/14/2011

I think it is interesting when I open magazines or go online to find a good recipe and everything goes back to chicken. I find it more interesting that all the recipes call for one chicken breast per person! Nobody needs to eat that much chicken; especially just the breast pieces. I know most of my members know that a whole chicken is more sustainable and affordable than the pieces. It really does not make sense to cut the bird up. Cooking it all together brings out the most flavors and textures that everyone can enjoy in a meal. The only reason I offer cut up chicken is for what Americans love the most- convenience.



 Are you eating pesticides?
 Raw Pet Food
 Legalization of Raw Milk
 Competition
 Talking Chicken and Eggs

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