Sustainably caught along the California coast. Contains delicious meaty portions cleaned and scaled. Two thumbs up for this nutrient dense whole food packed in water. The package says “Wild Planet sardines provide 3 times more calcium and phosphorus than milk, more iron than spinach, as much protein as steak, and as much potassium as bananas. They contain 885 mg DHA and 210mg of EPA of omega 3 per can (net weight 4.373 oz) 2.5 servings. Sardines contain CoQ10, a nutrient found in the body’s cells believed to have antioxidant and immune boosting properties. These are great tasting, not smelly. Served on a cracker with all natural butter. Try some today.
In the last 6-9 months there has been a huge increase in interest in buying local grass fed beef. Our Angus beef are 100% grass fed and 100% grass finished. They are all natural. What makes our Angus so tasty? Lush, pristine pastures, fertile soils, cool summers, mild winters raised in the foothills of Mt. Rainier, in a lush valley of Pierce County.
You will not get pink slime! Buying from me, you can be assured your ground beef came from one cow with nothing but 100% delicious, farm raised (no feed lot) beef.
We are selling out fast of our harvest for this Fall. Please inquire for more information. I would love to provide you and your family this ethically raised beef. From my family to yours! lisa wilcox @ yahoo dot com
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It gives me much pleasure to provide my wholesome, sustainable, grass fed beef to the community of Tacoma. I was born in Tacoma and moved to the ‘country’ when I was in 7th grade. It was in the 8th grade that I met (my future husband) Chris Wilcox. He is the ‘farmer’ part of my beef operation, tending to the cattle, making sure they are well taken care of. Chris also maintains the farms organic land certifications. Farming runs in the family. My kids, the 5th generation are spending their Spring Break, this week working on the Wilcox Farms. My son, Jud particularly loves farming and this last Fall he decided to raise some cows of his own. He is a good little businessman, even for a 5th grader! He always is thinking of the things he would like to do on the farm in the future. I love his enthusiasm. Happy Spring & Happy Birthday, Christopher!
My daughter took this picture today from Grandma Wilcox’s home. Pretty and great point of view. Happy Easter from my family to yours.
The most notable nutrients in eggs include immune-enhancing Vitamin A and bone-building Vitamin D, plus the well-absorbed form of iron (heme, compared to non-heme which is less well-absorbed). Eggs now contain 41 IU of vitamin D, which is an increase of 64 percent from 2002. Eggs are one of the few foods that are naturally a good source (or greater than 10 percent of your daily recommended goal) of vitamin D.