Monday, July 14, 2008

Getting Organic Food Fast

Organic Fast FoodFast food typically conjures images of greasy, unhealthy, who-knows-where-it-came-from fare. But that is slowly changing as organic goods are increasingly being offered at fast food joints.

Hot dog enthusiasts line up at the Let's Be Frank wiener stand in Los Angeles, in part because the place offers grass-fed and other naturally raised meats, according to an article in the San Luis Obispo Tribune. The beef comes from grass-fed cattle raised on the Hearst Ranch in northwestern San Luis Obispo County.

National chain Chipotle Mexican Grill, known for its giant burritos and increasing number of outlets, advertises its naturally raised meats on the menu. Burgerville, with operations in Washington and Oregon, is another fast food restaurant that offers natural meats.

Read the entire story here, taken from The Daily Green, a guide to the green revolution for consumers.

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