What does “grass-fed” actually mean with Julia Joseph of Maple Hill Creamery

Terms such as “organic”, “grass-fed”, and “natural” are used a lot in food & beverage marketing and branding – but what do these terms actually mean? This week on Beyond the Shelf, we spoke with the Co-Founder and Head of Creative & Branding at Maple Hill Creamery, Julia Joseph. In this episode, Julia broke down the differences between “organic” and “grass-fed” meat and dairy, and explained why grass-fed dairy products are often considered higher quality. We also discussed some of the issues that the dairy industry is facing, and what the future of the industry may look like.

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