Teton Waters Ranch Introduces 100% Grass-fed Beef

Teton Waters Ranch_new product releaseTeton Waters Ranch launches eight new 100% grass-fed links and ground beef products. Just in time for the grilling season, the line of products are available now across the northeast, mountain west, high plains and western coast.

“We are thrilled with how unique our line-up is and just how quickly our new product launch has taken off,” says Jeff Russell, owner of Teton Waters Ranch. “The fact that within the first two months, and just after a year of development, we are in 19 states speaks to the quality of our grass-fed beef products and our commitment.”

Teton Waters Ranch products are made with 100% grass-fed beef – no feedlots, no growth hormones, no antibiotics ever.  Animals are born and humanely raised on pasture in the USA in a low stress, clean environment. Teton Waters Ranch and their grass-fed beef ranch partners across the USA adhere to this strong philosophy and commitment to their cattle, consumers and the environment by their steadfast dedication and strict regulations.

Teton Waters Ranch_new product release copyWith the introduction of six uncured links products – Frankfurter, Jalapeño Cheddar Brat, Thuringer, Andouille, Polish Sausage, Kielbasa – and two ground beef items – 90/10 Lean Ground Beef, and 85/15 Lean Ground Beef – Teton Waters Ranch now offers the most extensive product line of its kind within the grass-fed industry. Their grazing and grass finishing practices produce lean and flavorful beef products that are lower in saturated fats and higher in omega 3’s, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and vitamin E than corn or grain-fed beef. These products are gaining popularity among the gluten-free, non GMO and paleo diet trends.

The Teton Waters Ranch operations are based in the Denver and Boulder, Colorado area, with ranch partners in several states across the USA, supplying 100% grass-fed beef products to local retailers, national distributors and restaurants across the country.

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