The True Story About Natural & Ethical Meat: Company at Expo East (Booth 6414) Berkshire Non-GMO Fresh Pork is a Nexty 2018 Finalist

True Story is a NEXTY finalist for their Berkshire pork – and you can visit them in person at Expo East (Booth 6414) – Thursday September 13 – Saturday September 15, 2018 Baltimore Convention Center.
Founded in San Francisco in 2011, True Story Foods believes in a future of food that is a return to what is real and true. True Story strives to raise and prepare their foods with integrity in numerous ways including:
• Supporting a community of family farmers committed to good farming practices.
• Raising animals humanely without antibiotics and fed an all vegetarian diet
• Offering all products that are free of synthetic nitrates and nitrites, with no carrageenan, starch or fillers.

At the upcoming Expo East, True Story will share info about the all-natural and Organic line-up of True Story Foods’ sausages, hot dogs, deli meats and fresh pork. Created at their California kitchens and raised on family farms, True Story’s delicious meats include organic, Non-GMO, and natural varieties. This better-for-you line of products is free of gluten, soy, and dairy.

True Story Berkshire Non-GMO fresh pork, a 2018 Nexty Finalist, is from hogs that are from heirloom lines of the Berkshire breed which is prized for its extraordinary marbling and deep cherry color. The meat has a unique flavor, with a sweeter taste than mainstream pork. The hogs are raised with Project Non-GMO verified feed on family farms with enhanced outdoor access (certified by the Global Animal Partnership).

Sampling at Expo East will include:

Organic Sausages including:
• Chicken – Apple & Wildflower Honey
• Chicken – Sweet Italian
Hot Dogs including:
• Organic Grass Fed Beef
• Organic Uncured Beef (skinless)
Fresh Pork including:
• Organic Bacon
• Berkshire Non-GMO Pork Tenderloin
Retail Sliced Deli including:
• 2017 Nexty Winner Organic Thick Cut Chicken Breast
• Organic Applewood Ham
• Project Non-GMO Verified Black Forest Ham
• Oven Roasted Turkey Breast
• Organic Uncured Italian Dry Salame

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“Our products are life changing because they raise the bar for taste, and are also wholesome, gluten-free, Non-GMO and never with anything artificial added,” notes Lisa Prange of Marketing at True Story Foods. “For me, it’s important that our products are made from clean, simple ingredients and are also ethically sourced so you can be proud to share them with your loved ones. “

About True Story:
What is True Story’s Mission? True Story believes in a future of food that is a return to what is real and true. A future that is respectful of the source of our food –the soil, the animals, and the farmers. True Story is nurturing a community of family farmers, artisan producers, progressive retailers, and food lovers who are dedicated to this future.

Supporting Farmers with Good Farming Practices
True Story’s fair trade vision is highlighted by their efforts to support farmers who employ good farming practices, like raising animals humanely and antibiotic free on a vegetarian diet. This helps farms in a sustainable way so they can be both profitable and long-lasting.

Crafting Real Foods
All of True Story recipes are crafted in their California kitchens with artisan methods used for three generations: hand seasoning and netting of roasted turkeys and hams, using traditional all-natural casings, and hand tying sausage links. True Story foods never contain synthetic nitrates or nitrites.

Provoking Honest Conversation
True Story shares the story of their animals, farmers, and communities to provoke honest conversation about how food is raised and prepared. True Story believes that informing and educating food lovers helps them to make better choices for themselves and their families.

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True Story is available nationally in select natural and traditional grocery retailers and Costco. For more information, visit