Trends at Expo West 2016

Grazin' on the grass

Product makers are going against the grain feed with new meat and dairy products derived from grass-fed animals.

“I think this is a rising trend not only because the ‘grass-fed’ term conjures this bucolic image of cattle grazing on a green hill, but I think it also assuages fears of animals being fed G.M.O. grain,” Ms. Blumenfeld said. “Some say it tastes better.”

Recent innovations include 100% grass-fed whole milk drinkable yogurt from Maple Hill Creamery, Stuyvesant, N.Y., grass-fed beef and pork jerky from Lawless Jerky, Marlton, N.J., and grass-fed beef bone broth from Bare Bones Broth Co., Medford, Ore. Debuting from Barnana, Santa Monica, Calif., is raw and unpasteurized grass-fed gorilla milk, which the company said is more genetically similar to mother’s milk.

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