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==About==
 
==About==
[[Applegate Farms]] is a maker of organic animal-derived food products including meats and cheeses.{{seed}}
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[[Applegate]], formerly [[Applegate Farms]], is a maker of organic animal-derived food products including meats and cheeses.{{seed}}
 
===comments===
 
===comments===
It's not clear whether Applegate actually owns/operates any farms or mainly acts as a centralized distributor for meat grown by others. The "[http://www.applegatefarms.com/ourstory/ourroots.aspx our story - our roots]" page sounds very genuine, but gives very few objective details and does not even mention where Applegate is located, much less anything specific about their animal husbandry procedures.
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It's not clear whether Applegate actually owns/operates any farms or mainly acts as a centralized distributor for meat grown by others. The "[https://web.archive.org/web/20120716060551/http://www.applegatefarms.com/ourstory/ourroots.aspx our story - our roots]" page sounds very genuine, but gives very few objective details and does not even mention where Applegate is located, much less anything specific about their animal husbandry procedures.
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
* [http://applegatefarms.com/ Applegate Farms] web site
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* [https://applegate.com/ web site]
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** <s>[http://applegatefarms.com/ old domain]</s>, last archived [https://web.archive.org/web/20180827183731/https://applegatefarms.com/ 2018-08-27]), not responding as of 2020-05-06
 
==Reviews==
 
==Reviews==
Their meats (bacon, turkey ham) are popular with the kids ''and'' seem to be free of unnecessary chemicals as advertised. '''Rating''': Recommended. --[[User:Woozle|Woozle]] 10:17, 22 November 2005 (EST) (and {{Harena}})
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Their meats (bacon, <s>turkey ham</s><ref name=thna />) are popular with the kids ''and'' seem to be free of unnecessary chemicals as advertised. '''Rating''': Recommended. --[[User:Woozle|Woozle]] 10:17, 22 November 2005 (EST) (and {{Harena}})
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==Footnote==
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<ref name=thna>As of 2020-05-06, they do not seem to make/carry [[turkey ham]] anymore. Based on memory, this has probably been the case for several years now.</ref>
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Revision as of 16:50, 6 May 2020

About

Applegate, formerly Applegate Farms, is a maker of organic animal-derived food products including meats and cheeses.

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comments

It's not clear whether Applegate actually owns/operates any farms or mainly acts as a centralized distributor for meat grown by others. The "our story - our roots" page sounds very genuine, but gives very few objective details and does not even mention where Applegate is located, much less anything specific about their animal husbandry procedures.

Links

Reviews

Their meats (bacon, turkey ham[1]) are popular with the kids and seem to be free of unnecessary chemicals as advertised. Rating: Recommended. --Woozle 10:17, 22 November 2005 (EST) (and Harena)

Footnote

  1. As of 2020-05-06, they do not seem to make/carry turkey ham anymore. Based on memory, this has probably been the case for several years now.