Organic Alliance, Inc. Plans to Have USDA Certified Grass Fed Organic Beef Available to Customers This Fall

Organic Alliance, Inc., announced today that USDA Certified Grass Fed Organic Beef will be available to OAI customers this fall. Grass fed Organic Beef has up to three times the Amino 3 levels vs. Corn Fed Beef, which is much better for the consumer's digestive track.

The modern meat-centered diets of the wealthy nations feature highly processed foods and feedlot animals replete with chemicals, hormones, and antibiotics. Specifically, organics have a different mix of fats, with far more of the omega-3 fatty acids that help keep arteries clean, maintain modest body weight, and build the immunity system. Benefits of organic beef eliminate refined carbohydrates and poor-quality meats in diets.

About Organic Alliance:
Organic Alliance plans to become one of the world's leading providers of USDA certified organic foods and crops to many of the nation's leading consumer package companies and food processors, as well as some of the largest national food grocery chains out there. Organic Alliance sources top quality, safe tested and certified organic produce at the source -- prior to customer shipment, utilizing USDA certification in conjunction with the in-house OAI Quality Team. Company CEO Tom Morrison was CEO of Superior Farming, formerly one of the largest corporate farms and organic farming operations in the world before being acquired by Sun World International and later Black Diamond Capital Management. For more information, please visit

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