Best Beef

Dorich, Alan
September 2006
Food & Drink;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p154
The article features Davis Mountains 100% Organic Beef, a provider of beef that is free of antibiotics, chemicals and added hormones. The business is based in Plano, Texas and was founded by a group of Texas businessmen and ranchers in 2000. Some of its products include ground beef, steaks and roasts and prepared products like meatballs, chili and breakfast sausage.


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