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What does the expression "paddock to plate" refer to?

Question #151104. Asked by psnz.
Last updated May 14 2024.
Originally posted May 14 2024 8:06 PM.

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Paddock to plate refers to the process of meat going from the farm to the dinner plate.
Paddock to plate food is all about ensuring every step your food takes between being in the ground and hoof to your dining table is carefully monitored, to ensure the food is processed sustainably, and kept as fresh and unprocessed as possible.


Response last updated by BigTriviaDawg on May 14 2024.
May 14 2024, 8:10 PM
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