Is your Chicken Raised by a Canadian Farmer? #RaisedByACDNFarmer #ChickendotCA

Look for the new #RaisedbyaCNDFarmer Logo

 

Filling your grocery cart with chicken that adheres to the high Canadian Chicken Farmers quality standards just got easier. In response to the consumers growing demands to know where their food comes from, the Canadian Chicken Farmers has introduced it’s new “Raised by a Canadian Farmer” logo. When the package of chicken that you pick up displays this logo, you can buy with confidence knowing that the chicken was raised by one of the 2,700 Canadian chicken farmers with a commitment to high standards of care, quality, and freshness.

You can find more information about Canada’s chicken farmers HERE, and get inspiration for your next meal with these delicious gluten-free chicken recipes.

For more information & inspiration, you can also follow the Chicken Farmers of Canada on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Enter to win a $5,000 Backyard Makeover

Raised by a Canadian Farmer #RaisedByACDNFarmer

To celebrate the launch of the new #RaisedByACDNFamer logo, The Chicken Farmers of Canada has joined together with Cityline to give away a $5,000 backyard makeover!

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#RaisedByACDNFarmer Twitter Party on June 25

#RaisedByACDNFarmer Twiter Party

Keep the party going by joining Canadian Chicken’s Twitter party!

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Disclosure: I am participating in the Chicken Farmers of Canada campaign managed by SJ Consulting. I received compensation in exchange for my participation in this campaign. The opinions on this blog are my own.

One Response to Is your Chicken Raised by a Canadian Farmer? #RaisedByACDNFarmer #ChickendotCA

  1. Lucy June 6, 2014 at 9:44 am #

    Since we live in an area where there are several organic farms and orchards, so we buy our chickens from a certified organic farmer, so yummy! We ourselves have recently planted many fruit trees and are planning to be certified as well. Someday we want to raise chickens, but the chicken coop has to be built yet… :)
    It’s great people can buy and know where their food comes from, now we need organic feed which is hard to find.

    Have a wonderful day Jeanine, and a great weekend!

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