Organic (n.)

"Organic food is the product of a farming system which avoids the use of man-made fertilisers, pesticides; growth regulators and livestock feed additives.

Irradiation and the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or products produced from or by GMOs are generally prohibited by organic legislation."

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Ingredients with Integrity

For Factor 75, eating organic has nothing to do with a trend - it's simply a part of our Nutritional Philosophy.

Each week we shop for the freshest ingredients available, nothing frozen here

All our meals are made fresh with local ingredients purchased at peak ripeness

We use organic produce

Meat, pork and poultry is free range / cage free / grass fed

Fish is wild caught

Organic Benefits

Higher Bioavailability of Micronutrients

Cut out Chemicals & Pesticides

Richer, Improved Taste

Environmentally Conscious

Cage free, free range is more humane to animals

No gmo's & hormones

All Factor 75 meals are Gluten Free as well as:

Grass-fed

Pasture-raised

Preservative-Free

Antibiotic & Horomone-Free

Soy-Free

Gluten-free

Non-GMO

Organically grown

Factor 75's Favorite Farms

Here are a few of our sustainable, ethical farm partners.

Testa Produce

The Testa family has sustained a successful farm for over 100 years and is green inside and out - their building is the first LEED(R) Platinum Refrigerated Food Distribution Facility in the United States.

Creekstone Farms

Creekstone Farms believes that humanely treated animals produce superior tasting beef. They ensure their animals are handled compassionately and humanely and their processing plant was designed with animal welfare in mind by Dr. Temple Grandin.

Ferndale Farms

Since 1939, this family owned farm has been "treating turkeys like family." Free-range, fed natural diets, without antibiotics and artificial growth promotants. Real local food from real sustainable sources. We believe that if you're going to do something, do it the right way.

Green Sense Farms

Green Sense is constantly innovating and developing better ways to grow indoors that use less energy, reduce greenhouse gas emission, minimize waste and recycle water to produce the best pesticide, herbicide and GMO-free crops.

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