Get Flavor and Value from Unique Beef Cuts

Exploring lesser-known cuts of beef can be a rewarding culinary adventure — one that saves you a few bucks, too. Try these recipe ideas for uncommon cuts with uncommonly good results.

Grilling Tips for Meat Lovers

Summer’s here and it’s time to cook some meat over an open flame! Check out these refresher tips for grilling and get recipe ideas to kick-start the season.

Inside the 5-Step Inspection Process

These third-party certifiers are the boots on the ground for assessing the animals, checking records and talking with farmers to ensure compliance with the 5-Step Animal Welfare Rating Standards.

Summer’s Best Burgers

Summer’s best burgers are here! Make your own or stop by our meat counter to check out our selection of grill-ready burgers.

Grill Sausage for Memorial Day

Whether you choose pork, beef, chicken, turkey, lamb, seafood or vegetarian options, celebrate sausage in all its diversity with these memorable crowd-pleasing recipes.

Step by Step Improving Animal Welfare

Learn how our meat producers work to enhance the living conditions for animals on their farms, which increases their 5-Step Animal Welfare Rating.

A Very Natural Partnership: Vital Farms

Learn how Jason Jones, owner of Vital Farms, partnered with us to expand his egg business into providing the best quality pastured chicken raised to the highest animal welfare standards.

Pozzi Ranch Pasture Raised Lamb

Joe at Pozzi Ranch Lamb talks about raising lamb on pastures, protecting natural resources and supporting family farms. Learn more and find out where Pozzi Lamb is locally available.

Strauss Veal for Earth Day and Easter

Lori at Strauss Free Raised® talks about their passion for pastured calves and how Whole Foods Market has helped them do things differently.

Step-Rated Hams Available for Easter!

Want to eat well knowing that the pigs were raised to the highest animal standards in the industry? Try a 5 Step™ rated ham, available for the first time exclusively in our stores.


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