Summer is here, and so is BBQ season. I absolutely adore grilled veggies and chicken – and who doesn’t love a good hot dog or hamburger? The problem is, it’s sometimes hard to decipher what exactly is in your package of meat. Not anymore. Applegate wants you to enjoy eating food that is antibiotic- and nitrite-free, made with no shortcuts and only natural ingredients. Their classic frank is made from whole muscle meat, quality cuts of natural beef with no added nitrites or chemical ... Continue Reading
Tips for summer grilling from our SocialMoms members and Applegate.
European party ideas for your tween – transitioning from kid party to something a little more sophisticated.
Planning a birthday party for a toddler is pretty easy to do. Choose a theme, send out tine invites, buy some snacks, and let them play. But what do you do though when your tween wants to have a party, and understandably does not want a kid party? Start out by talking to your daughter or son and ask them what they would like the party to be like, what kind of things they'd like to do, and the types of food they want to serve. You can still include a theme - try one of these European options ... Continue Reading
Join @ApplegateFarms: Learn more about the #StopSuperbugs petition to end the misuse of antibiotics in food production
Eighty percent of the antibiotics sold in the U.S. are used in animal agriculture. The vast majority are for non-therapeutic purposes, such as promoting growth and compensating for the effects of unsanitary and overcrowded conditions.
Recently Applegate joined forces with STOP Foodborne Illness to form Citizens Against Superbugs– a grassroots campaign designed to raise awareness about the overuse of antibiotics on industrial farms and its link to antibiotic resistant bacteria or superbugs. Eighty percent of the antibiotics sold in the U.S. are used in animal agriculture. The vast majority are for non-therapeutic purposes, such as promoting growth and compensating for the effects of unsanitary and overcrowded conditions. ... Continue Reading