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drefy7

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Organic Chicken Food Is Here.....
« on: February 24, 2012, 01:25:05 PM »
To those who are craving for LONGGANISA, EMBOTIDO and  TOCINO but doesn’t want to eat the fatty pork, ORGANIC CHICKEN IS HERE!!!!!
                     
ORGANIC CHICKEN IS HEALTHY.
NO STICKY SKIN WHITE FAT.
NATURALLY GROWN. NO ANTI-BIOTICS. NO STEROIDS. FED WITH NATURAL FOODS (Malunggay leaves,Grass, Kamoteng kahoy, Papaya, Mango, Rice, Corn etc…)
ORGANIC CHICKENS ARE RAISED IN OPEN SPACE, SUNLIGHT, FARM FRESH AIR AND ARE FREE TO ROAM.
The taste of native chicken blends well with the traditional GARLICKY longganisa taste but without the FATTY PORK so it becomes even more tastier, healthier and most of all NO PRESERVATIVES because it is home-made and has no chemicals.
SALITRE FREE.  PURE CHICKEN MEAT. NO EXTENDER.
We developed the “ORGANIC CHICKEN” taste that LONGGANISA PEOPLE LOVE TO TASTE but NO “KILLER” FAT.
HEALTHY PEOPLE HAVE SHIFTED TO ORGANIC FOOD. TASTE IT. TRY IT AND YOU WILL LOVE IT AND STAY HEALTHY…..
MONDAY to FRIDAY - DELIVERY/PICK UP AT GREENBELT MAKATI. 
FOR INQUIRY / ORDERS:
Contact # :  0915 798 9897
PRICES :
ORGANIC CHICKEN LONGGANISA (Skinless)-Php40(6 Pcs)(Approx. 130 gms) per pack
ORGANIC CHICKEN TOCINO      -Php80/Pack ( Approx. 220 gms.)
ORGANIC CHICKEN EMBOTIDO  -Php35 each (Approx. 130 gms )3 for 100

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Re: Organic Chicken Food Is Here.....
« Reply #1 on: February 29, 2012, 01:42:20 PM »
Benefits

Eating organic chicken decreases your chances of ingesting the arsenic found in non-organic chicken feed. It also limits your exposure to antibiotic-resistant bacteria caused by the antibiotic overuse. Non-organic chicken farmers frequently use both arsenic and antibiotics to fatten the birds. The antibiotics also combat health problems the chickens have from poor living conditions, according to Consumer Reports, but complicate treatment if you get food poisoning.