Moink Box is a meat subscription service that offers subscribers access to different types of organic meats. The main aim behind the movement is to create a sustainable food system with meats from animals that have been humanely treated. Customers have the option of choosing from a wide range of cuts and having them delivered right to their doorsteps. The meats offered with this subscription are free of sugar, food dyes, nitrates, saline solutions and any other type of inorganic compounds.
The cost of Moink Box is $159.00 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $168.95.
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Industrial farms often produce meat from animals that have been raised in very deplorable conditions. Many are kept in small, dingy spaces without access to basic needs. Some of these spaces are so cramped that chicken find it difficult to spread their wings and pigs cannot even turn in their crates. These animals live in stressful conditions their entire lives and are pumped with antibiotics to keep them from becoming ill or dying prematurely.
Like humans, animals should be treated like beings with feelings rather than an inventory. Moink Box is a movement that supports raising animals in such ways that their well-being is a priority. It supports farmers that take care of each aspect of their animals’ lives from feed to handling and ultimately humane slaughter. Supporters of this program understand that people can still raise animals for meat and provide them with the best quality of life at the very least.
Buying humanely raised meat translates to better quality meat for you and your family. Human treatment of animals has a positive effect on the quality of their meat and by-products. The meat of animals raised in industrial farms has high concentrations of stress hormones including adrenaline and cortisol.
Stress in animals causes pale soft exudative (PSE), which results in pale looking meat that is acidic and less tasteful. Industrial farms discard millions of dollars of meat each year due to PSE. Therefore, humanely treated meat is of better quality than meat from stressed animals.
Humanely treated meat has high levels of omega 3 fatty acids and lower levels of saturated fats and omega 6 fatty acids. In addition, humanely treated meat is rich in antioxidants including beta-carotene and vitamin E. The antibiotics used to treat animals in industrial farms pass through into the food we eat, which is one of the reasons for the growing problem of drug resistant ailments.
The industrialization of farming practices has made it difficult for organic farmers who want to raise their livestock humanely to compete. Main aim of industrial farmers is to raise animals quickly and cheaply. Organic farmers are often left with fewer resources to raise their animals.
Many people throughout the US are increasingly becoming aware of the importance of treating animals humanely and transparency in meat production. Today, people are willing to dig deeper into their pockets for quality, humanely raised meat. This has elevated the status of organic farmers and created a market for people who want to raise their animals ethically and humanely.
Treating animals humanely is a more responsible way of raising livestock for meat. Most people who are determined to raise their animals ethically also do right by their land.
Antioxidants have positive effects on the body when they come from organic foods. Eating organic meats gives your body the desirable antioxidants and minimizes exposure to harmful heavy chemicals.
Organically raised animals spend significant amounts of time grazing on grass, which increases the levels of linoleic acids in their bodies. Linoleic acid is considered healthy fat that boosts cardiac health. Organic meat has high quantities of linoleic acid.
Most animals raised in industrial farms are fed genetically modified foods that can reduce the strength of the immune system, increase birth mortality, and increase sensitivity to allergens.
This is one of the most important benefits of buying organic meat including organic poultry and fish. Many people like to know that the meat they eat is from an animal that was humanely treated and raised in a good environment.
Industrial farms often uphold farming practices that expose animals to inhumane treatment. Some of the animals are forced to stand for prolonged periods while being milked for hours on end. In addition, many animals including pigs are often crammed into tight spaces, so tight that they cannot even turn around. Chicken are often raised in spaces that are so crammed that they cannot even spread their wings. Most animals raised in industrial farms are often injected with chemicals enhancers and steroids so that they can grow as fast as possible to be sold off.
This involves raising hens outdoors or allowing them to roam freely outdoors while searching for food for at least 6 hours every day. Free-range hens have access to open, fresh air and are free to move around.
This method of raising farm animals eliminates the use of gestation crates for pigs and battery cages for hens. It involves raising animals in small open spaces that allow full movement including running and wing flapping.
In this method, animals are raised in fixed or mobile housing units that allow them to go in and out of their houses as they please.
This method involves opening the doors of the barn for a certain period every day. The farmer can decide how long the door remains open depending on the animal needs and weather.
Buy meat from animals that have been locally raised without the use of steroids or growth hormones. Locals, organically raised animals often eat native plants that are appropriate for their species.
Consider buying grass or grain fed meat if you are unable to find grass-finished meat. Buy grass fed beef, lamb, bison and buffalo meat and avoid grain or corn fed varieties.
Buy pasture or forage fed pork and poultry. Like humans, pigs and chickens are omnivores that do not do well when fed on vegetarian or grain diet. Pigs and chickens should be given access to the outdoors so that they can forage for insects and get exposed to the elements.
The meat of organically raised animals contains more essential fatty acids than the one from industrial farms. If you do not want to eat the fat in the meat, render it and use it for cooking or baking.
Organ meats such as beef liver from organically raised animals are rich in nutrients. You may cook and eat the meats as they are or grate them into meatballs, sauces and soup.
Always cook meat with bones, whenever possible, to add nutrients and flavor. Keep leftover bones if any to make bone broth. Consider buying poultry meat with all its bones and skin intact rather than skinless or boneless breasts.
While it is important to prepare all meats properly, some meats such as pork require special preparation. Avoid preparing bacon or pork with nitrates or nitrites. In addition, marinate fresh pork in an acidic solution, preferably overnight, before cooking.
Avoid eating processed meat altogether. However, check the labels and ingredients carefully if you have to eat processed meat. The meat should be pastured animals.
Moink Box is a service that provides people with access to healthy, humanely treated meats. To use the service, simply sign up, choose your box and make an order.
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We wanted to write a review about Moink and the service. We ordered our first box following the Shark Tank appearance. We thought everything was excellent! I had questions and they answered within 36 hours. We ordered a box with beef, pork, chicken and a fillet of salmon (which was free for this order). I am a cook and we mostly eat in. I also consider myself a good shopper and buy when things are on sale and use our local meat shop for meats at times too. We have tried all but two roasts at this point. We loved it all. My husband and I thought the ground beef and chicken was better than what we get in the grocery stores. I did not want to admit this but there was definitely a difference. We also love the fact that we are helping small family farmers. We will definitely be buying again soon and I have been telling friends about it too. The packaging was great too.
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I cannot tell you how disappointed I am with my first order. All the chicken in my order had a pack date of June or August. That’s 7-9 months ago. Are you kidding me! The recommended length of time in the freezer is no more than 9 months. This is unexceptionable! I was expecting meat that was frozen maybe 2 months not 7-9! Could not find a packing date on the salmon so who knows!
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