Roam Stick Variety Pack
Roam Stick Variety Pack
Eenie, meenie, miney, m—can't decide on just one? Grab 'em all. Each pack comes with six roam sticks and two of each flavor: bacon, pineapple, and jalapeño. Now, no meat stick gets left behind.
Singing Pastures practices regenerative agriculture to improve soil and all of their pigs are certified pasture-raised by the American Grassfed Association.
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Why we love it
The whole package for food bloggers, meat stick connoisseurs, and Singing Pastures fans alike, this variety pack’s got it all: smoke, spice, and drama. The best part is that all of these roam sticks are made from 100% pasture-raised pork and are friendly to paleo, keto, and gluten-free lifestyles. Food just tastes better when you share. Raise a stick if you agree.
How it does good
Happier pigs, healthier planet
It’s no secret that the modern food system is broken. Ditching the factory farm system, Singing Pastures is committed to regenerative agriculture on their family farms. They raise their pigs outdoors on grass where they’re free to wallow, frolic, and express their pigginess. They feed their pigs with non-GMO supplemental feed rather than conventional GMO feed (all pigs get some supplemental feed, it’s not possible to raise a pig only on grass). And rather than keeping them in one pasture for the season, Singing Pastures mimics nature by moving them every few days. This pasture movement improves the land in the process. Thanks to piggy waste, plants are fed which leads to richer topsoil and healthier grasslands.
responsible sourcingPigs raised by Singing Pastures are free from antibiotics, hormones, and Ractopamine (a pharmaceutical often given to pigs to increase weight gain). Whenever possible, their pigs are also provided with produce, like pumpkins and apples. You also don't have to worry about other weird ingredients like corn syrup, trans fats, artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.
low carbon footprintSinging Pastures is an advocate of regenerative agriculture, and they’re most proud of their carbon cycling with the help of their pasture-frolicking pigs.
supporting key causesSinging Pastures donates their products to food banks and school programs across Maine and Missouri. A part of the Savory Global Network Hub, their farm in Maine provides holistic management education, training, and other special projects.