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PURE Grass Fed Burgers

Introducing PURE Grass Fed Burgers, our premium beef burgers now available across Canada.

Try our delicious grass fed beef burgers. Or mix up your meals and use them in quick and easy-to-make taco, salad, pasta or anywhere you would use beef recipes! 

Why choose our Grass Fed Beef Burgers? Common benefits from grass fed beef include:

  • Less total fat.
  • More heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
  • More conjugated linoleic acid, a type of fat that’s thought to reduce heart disease and cancer risks.
  • More antioxidant vitamins, such as vitamin E.

– Answers from Francisco Lopez-Jimenez, M.D.

 

For those on the Keto Diet, this is an idea burger for you. There are 6 main benefits:

  • Fewer calories than conventional beef while having more nutritional value
  • Our burgers are easy to make and perfectly addresses the protein portion of the diet, supplying all three essential electrolytes
  • Grass fed beef provides up to 6x more of the healthy fats 
  • Provides increase intake of CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) for prevention of heart disease
  • Consuming grass fed beef, while following a ketogenic lifestyle, can drastically improve blood glucose levels if you’re insulin resistant
  • CLA is one of the strongest nutrients to defend against cancer 

 

PURE Burgers™ are now available in major retailers including: Loblaw, Zehrs, Value Mart, Your Independent Grocer, Fortino’s, Superstore, No Frills, Metro Quebec, Longos, Giant Tiger, North West, and independents across Canada.

PURE Burgers - Grass Fed Beef Burgers

 

 

About Grass Fed Beef Burgers:

– Raised without the use of antibiotics

– Raised without the use of added hormones

– No animal by-products

– No allergens

– GMO Free

– Proudly Canadian

 

 

 

There are six products in the PURE Burgers™ line: Organic Beef PattiesGrass Fed Beef BurgersRaised Without Antibiotics Beef BurgersCanadian Farm Raised Chicken BurgersCanadian Farm Raised Turkey BurgersVeggie Burgers.
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