Berkshire pigs on Happy Hula Farm, a member of the Eden Farms collective.
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April 29, 2013 Pork producers looking for more financial stability than the commodity market affords are trying their luck with specialty hog breeds. These pigs, raised on small farms, with limited antibiotics, cost more to raise but fetch more at market. And many say they make for tastier pork.
The antibiotic-free pigs roam freely on Niman Ranch in Iowa.
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May 31, 2012 Antibiotic-free food went mainstream after Chipotle's founder advertised free-range pork on the menu. Now many big players in food service are getting into the act, creating a few supply chain hiccups.
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June 14, 2010 The pork industry is dumping "The Other White Meat" in favor of a new slogan. Got one?
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