OAKBORO, NC -- (Marketwire) -- 08/18/11 -- Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. (OTCQB: GRAS) (OTCBB: GRAS) is proud to announce Dr. Oz' support of grassfed beef. In a recent article titled "Dr. Oz's Fridge Makeover: Your Kitchen Can Help You Lose Weight," Dr. Oz is quoted as saying: "If you can't imagine dinner without the occasional steak, choose lean cuts (the leanest are solid red without any marbling) of grassfed beef (look for 'grassfed' on the package label). Corn fattens up the animals, making their meat high in fat and calories." Larry Moore, President and CEO of Greenfield Farms Food, Inc., said, "We are proud to be a recognized USDA-FSIS grassfed beef producer and as such have the ability to put 'Grassfed Beef' on the actual label of our products. The demand for a healthier selection in the grocery store beef case continues as consumers become more aware and conscious about what they are eating. We are extremely honored to be a part of this new revolution in consumer awareness and take great pride in providing this healthier alternative."
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About Greenfield Farms Food, Inc.
Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. is a consumer and wholesale driven producer of grassfed beef focused on delivering its product to major retail grocery chains throughout the country. The Company and its collective group of producers represent over 2,500 acres in pasture under management and approximately 2,000 heads of cattle. The company is a recognized producer of grassfed beef by the USDA-Food Safety and Inspection Service and is approved to carry the designation "Grassfed Beef" on all product labeling. The company operates a cold storage and distribution facility in Oakboro, NC.
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Larry C. Moore
President and CEO
Greenfield Farms Food, Inc.