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Product description

Bell amp; Evans® Uncooked Breaded Chicken Patties.
The excellent chicken.
Air chilled.
Raised without antibiotics.
4-4 oz patties.
Per serving:
240 calories.
3g sat fat, 14% DV.
300mg sodium, 13% DV.
2g sugars.
19g protein, 38% DV.
Inspected for wholesomeness by U.S. Department of Agriculture.


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Our Meat Standards Aren't Standard

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At Whole Foods Market, our Meat standards and relationships with farmers and ranchers mean we know how animals were raised. All beef, pork, chicken, lamb and turkey (except kosher turkey) in our Meat department is Animal Welfare Certified, so you can feel good about what you’re buying (and eating).

What Makes Our Meat Department Different

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Farm-to-store traceability.

We use a traceable audit system that tracks animals on every step of the journey — from their birth on the farm or ranch to our stores.

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No antibiotics, ever.

If an animal must receive antibiotic treatment, the meat cannot be sold in our Meat department.

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No added growth hormones.

We don’t allow the use of added hormones in our Meat department, whether that’s through feed, injections or any other method.

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No animal by-products in feed.

That includes no feather meal or rendered fat.

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