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Bell & Evans

BELL & EVANS – Fredericksburg, Pennsylvania Bell & Evans is a leading producer of chickens raised without antibiotics.  For four generations, beginning in the 1890s, Bell & Evans has been raising and processing the highest quality chickens in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country, in a modern facility equipped with the latest technology. The birds are raised on an all-vegetarian diet in a low stress environment, and delivered to Whole Foods Market within 24 hours of processing to ensure a fresh product with premium flavor.

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Nancy Evon Blose says …

I would like to buy Bell & Evans chicken thighs over the internet.

Kathy Ferrara says …

Please tell me where I can purchase a bell and Evans turkey? I live in Sayville, NY

Nikki - Community Moderator says …

@KATHY - Our options will vary between stores. Check with your local store to see what they have in stock!

Gayle O'Connor says …

Where can I buy a bell and evans roaster chichen...I live in Scituate, ma.

Nikki - Community Moderator says …

@GAYLE - You can always check if there is a store in your area, otherwise, I would check with Bell & Evans directly to see where they sell their products.

Kathy says …

Does the chickens feed by non-GMO corn and soybeens?

Nikki - Community Moderator says …

@KATHY - If you're looking to avoid GMOs, look for organic or Non-GMO Project verified chicken options.

Mike says …

Can you tell me where Bell & Evans chicken stands on your 5 step rating?

Nikki - Community Moderator says …

@MIKE - It will differ between the type of product. Check with your local store to see what the rating is for the specific options they have in stock.

stephen sabo says …

I bought a pack of the Bell & Evans Boneless chicken thighs for the 1st time at the Pompano Beach Florida store and when I opened the pack the smell of the chicken was the worst smelling chicken I ever smelled. The sell to date was September 19th but it had to be rotten. Never again. I called the store and spoke to Ryan in the meat department and told him about this and he said he would give me another pack at no cost but after this experience I don't think I will buy this pre packed chicken brand based on the smell and experience ..

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