A massive recall of beef products has consumers questioning the safety of their hamburgers and looking for alternatives.
“We’ve sold all the grass-fed beef we can produce right through to January,” said Richmond farmer Harold Steves. “My emails and phone have been going non-stop since this started.”
“People are getting a real education about where their beef comes from since this recall started,” said Steves, who is also a Richmond city councillor. “They were fed up with feedlot beef before and now they just don’t want it.”
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