A pair of Vancouver entrepreneurs hope that a crowdfunding model for buying steaks and chops will help deliver ethically raised, also known as "higher-welfare," meat at a price that people can afford.
Meatme.co sells shares in antibiotic-free Berkshire pigs, grass-fed Black Angus heifers, pasture-raised lambs and free-range chickens from small-scale B.C. farms direct to consumers. As each animal receives full funding - from four share to about 40 shares for a large beast - it is slaughtered, butchered and home delivered.
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