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Old 12-30-2009, 03:46 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I'd love to purchase some Grass Fed (preferably organic) Bison, Raw organic almonds and Raw organic cheese products. I've searched online and there are many websites to choose from. I'd love some of your suggestions and opinions before I take the plunge! Thanks!
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For raw organic almonds, I can recommend Anderson Almonds. I've been ordering from them for years. The cost is $8/pound and that includes free shipping. http://www.andersonalmonds.com/

You have to call the number on their website to order. This is a wonderful family owned business that has been in the family for generations.
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I would check with Azure Standard and see if they have a drop site near you.

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Thanks! Azure Standards does come to my small town. I only know of one person who orders from them but she moved to Arizona. I'll check out their webpage or order a catalog.

Thanks for the raw almonds source. My local health food store just started selling them (I found out today), but the almonds are so tiny. I wonder if that's typical.

I decided to try Tropical Traditions for the grass-fed bison. I wish their chickens weren't so expensive because I love chicken. Any other sources for grass fed free range chickens?

Thanks ladies!
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i order from www.grasslandbeef.com which has chickens, bison and raw, organic, grass-fed cheeses, along with a whole lot of other stuff (though not nuts, i don't think). i really like them.
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You can check http://www.eatwild.com/ or http://www.localharvest.org/ for local farmers. Eat Wild lists only grass-fed/pastured farmers, local harvest may have farmers who aren't completely grass-fed.

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