Why Choose MeatMe?
All MeatMe proteins are born and raised in the USA on our own Ayrshire Farm and carefully selected partner farms. We believe that the health of humans, animals, and the Earth is inseparable, so farming and environmental stewardship should be integrated. We provide all of our animals with a nurturing environment in order to promote their health and well-being, the wellness of our pets, and the integrity of the planet.
Unlike processed pet food, our meats are not genetically engineered, given synthetic growth hormones, or fed a diet of antibiotics. They are American-sourced, human-grade meats processed in our own manufacturing facility using USDA Certified Organic, Certified Humane®, and Non-GMO Project Verified proteins.
The MeatMe Difference
- A PhD biochemist developed MeatMe raw food to include whole food ingredients, purposefully selected mineral supplements, and no fillers or preservatives.
- All of our ingredients are carefully vetted and safely sourced (absolutely no ingredients from China, including vitamins). We strive for 100% American ingredients whenever available.
- All products are locally produced with human-grade proteins from Ayrshire Farm and local partner farms, and regularly tested for pathogens in our own processing facility in Virginia.
- Our human-grade chicken, turkey, and beef products are USDA Certified Organic, Certified Humane®, and Non-GMO Project Verified. Our rabbit products are made from responsibly raised, local rabbits, in accordance with Ayrshire Farm’s publicly available rabbit welfare standards.
- Our low-waste model ensures that leftover products are composted to give back to the earth and regenerate the soil and forage for our grazing food animals.
- Our vertically integrated production and processing facilities allow for complete traceability, ensuring the safest food for your pet.
- Pets experience better digestion and absorption of nutrients when they are fed diets resembling what they would eat in the wild.
- Raw food is at the top of the pet food pyramid, whereas kibble is at the bottom. Kibble, and all processed food, leads to multiple diseases including various cancers, dental diseases, diabetes, allergies, hyperthyroidism in cats, inflammatory bowel disease, kidney disease and failure, obesity, pancreatitis, seizures, and urinary diseases.