In addition to our organic certification and HACCP our company is certified FOOD QUEBEC: buying Bio Bic is buying local.
Here are 10 good reasons to choose us:
1. Free of antibiotics, added hormones, GMO food, not from genetically modified animals
Organic farms are not allowed to feed the animals with antibiotics or other artificial drugs. Animals are not allowed to eat genetically modified foods. In addition, certified organic animal products can not have their genes modified. The animals are raised in a healthy, naturally fed in their diet and a wider range of nutrients than those raised in factory farms. Young and fresh herbs pastures contain more nutrients that feed and grain.
2. Traceability and food safety:
Bio Bic is the only Quebec Organic is HACCP certified, certification of federal standards for safety and food safety. This certification is a guarantee of quality and safety on the line.
Our company has a tracking system for all these products, which certifies the consumer from the purchase, from the producer to the packaging . With organic farming, animal diseases transmissible to humans are better avoided: Meat and bone meal added to the feed given to farmed animals seem conventional cause bovine spongiform encephalopathy, a terrible disease that destroys the central nervous system and the brain transmitted to humans who consume contaminated product to the bacteria.
3. The ethical treatment of animals
This topic is regularly in the news for some time: Many farms treat animals as commodities, and they are kept in pens and will never leave them. Animals raised on an organic farm are more likely to be raised humanely and be much less carrying super bacteria resistant to antibiotics.
4. Grazing animals
Their diet tends to be more balanced, animals are not restricted in their movements and spend time outside in the fresh air. We practice rotational grazing on our pastures certified organic in order to maintain the negative impact on the environment to a minimum.
5. Gluten and allergen free
All our products, especially our meats and sausages not contain gluten, peanuts or nuts. We know it is difficult to maintain a healthy and varied diet when allergies or intolerances are in. We make these compromises so that you do not have to do them. Bon appétit!
6. No chemicals used
Pesticides and synthetic fertilizers are not used on organic farms. Residues of persistent chemicals such as DDT, PCBs, dioxins and pesticides are concentrated in many animal fats. Eat organic meat can reduce your exposure to these chemicals. Farmers working on farms are exposed to fewer chemicals. Organic farming requires a good balance of the soil, including the use of crop rotation and other techniques to improve soil fertility, instead of controlling the environment with chemicals. Animals are not fed with food containing pesticides, and therefore the amount of persistent pesticides in their fat is minimized.
7. No nitrite and phosphate harmful for health
Slaughter, cutting, grinding and packaging of meat products must be certified organic without the use of chemicals. Substances such as MSG, ammonia, bleach, formaldehyde, nitrates, nitrites and phosphates are prohibited. So that you can eat our meats, even if your doctor recommends you otherwise (Obviously introduce our products to your doctor first, we are sure he will agree with us)
8. Our impressive variety of meats and cuts
Beef, pork, lamb, chicken & poultry, meats & sausages, all cuts are available, even the rarer. Our beef steaks aged versions are available in 60 or 80 days. Carrés, roasts, shoulder, shank, legs and mouse Shop All Categories for butcher cuts, sausages and meats.
9. For flavor and taste
In addition to the benefits provided for health and the environment, organic foods are generally appreciated by connoisseurs flavor and taste that leaves you wanting for more. In fact, many chefs use organic products because of their taste. See this site for more info »
10. All our products are local!
Buy animal products from local farms further reduces energy consumption by reducing the number of miles before the food arrives at your table.