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19 Reasons Why You Might Want to Stop Buying Supermarket Meat

The Daily Meal Logo By Dan Myers of The Daily Meal | Slide 1 of 20: <p>If you’re like most Americans, you most likely buy your meat at the <strong><a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/americas-best-supermarkets/42914">supermarket</a></strong>. Be it raw chicken and steaks from the butcher case or cold cuts from the deli counter, we tend to not give much thought to the meat we buy beyond whether it’s fresh and how much it costs. But you might want to think twice before buying your next Styrofoam-and-cellophane-wrapped <strong><a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/best-recipes/chicken-breast">chicken breast</a></strong>, because what we’re about to tell you may have you buying all your meat at the organic <strong><a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/america-s-25-best-butcher-shops/102413">butcher shop</a></strong> from now on. </p>

19 Reasons Why You Might Want to Stop Buying Supermarket Meat

If you’re like most Americans, you most likely buy your meat at the supermarket. Be it raw chicken and steaks from the butcher case or cold cuts from the deli counter, we tend to not give much thought to the meat we buy beyond whether it’s fresh and how much it costs. But you might want to think twice before buying your next Styrofoam-and-cellophane-wrapped chicken breast, because what we’re about to tell you may have you buying all your meat at the organic butcher shop from now on.

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