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January 11, 2010
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Does anyone know where to get “organic” meat in the Charleston area? Grandson is on Feingold diet. I know that Krogers has organic chicken now and according to their website Johnnies Market has organic chickens on Thursday. Going to can alot of veggies this summer for him. Any info would be appreciated.PawprintPawprintPawprint

January 11, 2010
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The closest place I know of to Charleston is up west of Ripley.  They have a great selection, I have been told by friends.  Quite expensive, but very good quality meats of all sorts.

Will ask around to get the name of it.  Johnnies probably can tell you, if you don't mind asking them.  (They probably wouldn't mind, if you kinda look around to make sure there aren't any other customers eavesdropping.  And tell them why you are asking.)  They may even be the source of any products that come to either Johnnie's or Kroger.

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January 11, 2010
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On the WV Ag Dept website there are several places listed that may be able to provide what you need: http://www.wvagriculture.org/Brochures/Foods_and_Things/Meats_Poultry.html

Sandy Creek Farms is the one I was thinking of: http://www.sandycreekfarms.com/

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January 12, 2010
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Organic chicken is fine for the Feingold diet but you don't have to go organic to make it “Feingold.” You can buy any fresh or frozen minimall processed poultry. Are the parents members of the Feingold Association? http://www.feingold.org is the website of the parent support group.

P. S. I LOVE Charleston and miss it so much!

January 12, 2010
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Pete said:

On the WV Ag Dept website there are several places listed that may be able to provide what you need: http://www.wvagriculture.org/Brochures/Foods_and_Things/Meats_Poultry.html

Sandy Creek Farms is the one I was thinking of: http://www.sandycreekfarms.com/


Thanks Pete for your info. I looked at Sandy Creek Farm's site and sent the link to my daughter. Pawprint

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Marcia said:

Organic chicken is fine for the Feingold diet but you don't have to go organic to make it “Feingold.” You can buy any fresh or frozen minimall processed poultry. Are the parents members of the Feingold Association? http://www.feingold.org is the website of the parent support group.

P. S. I LOVE Charleston and miss it so much!


Thanks for the info. My daughter used the term “organic” when she was talking to me..Of course if that is the term that was used to her, she thinks that is they only thing it can be. I am not really sold on this diet as being so helpful for my grandson other than it is healthier eating than what they are used to. Several times I told her to cut back the sugar amount, the fast food, microwaved meals etc..She also gave him “pop” at times and sugar laden juices. Of course it will be a long time down the road when and if she admits that I knew what I was talking about. I will ck w/ her to see about joining.Pawprint

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