"City" piece on meat sold at the Portland Public Market's Wolfe's Neck Farm stan
"City" piece on meat sold at the Portland Public Market's Wolfe's Neck Farm stand, operated by Farm to Market Inc., the public market's own company. The meat was sold with a Wolfe's Neck Farm label, which led customers to believe it came from animals raised by strict standards: no growth hormones or steroids, no antibiotics, and no animal byproducts in their feed. But the meat was actually bought by Wolfe's Neck Farm from other suppliers, some of which do not meet those standards. With comments by Peter Cox, president of the Wolfe's Neck Farm Foundation board.
Portland Public Market
Busby, Chris, ""City" piece on meat sold at the Portland Public Market's Wolfe's Neck Farm stan" (2001). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 3977.
Full text is not available here. Please contact the Library for a copy of the article.