"The best birds are raised naturally, outdoors, not in crowded conditions. Give these birds shelter, and plenty of good food, and you end up with a great tasting turkey every time," says Marc Sarrazin, CEO of DeBragga.
Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) October 28, 2013
The Spanish Norfolk Black Turkey is one of the oldest American breed turkeys in the world. They are very popular in Europe, but very rarely found in North America. Now, DeBragga, New York’s Butcher®, is proud to offer the best of this rare breed, as well as a very fine humanely raised, antibiotic-free turkey, for everyone’s holiday enjoyment. Both of DeBragga’s turkeys are naturally raised and antibiotic-free, making them a delicious and healthy choice for a bird this holiday season. To order the Spanish Norfolk Black, 11-12lb for $120, or the Humanely Raised Antibiotic-free, 15lb for $65, no later than Monday, November 25, go to http://bit.ly/1eNSD5j. DeBragga supplies the finest in fresh (never frozen) naturally raised meats and poultry to consumers across the United States using overnight delivery.
All of the turkeys sold by DeBragga are naturally raised birds grown on small family farms, with full access to the outdoors where they get plenty of exercise, unlike factory-farmed birds. They are not given drugs that make them grow too quickly; DeBragga turkeys develop at a slower pace, growing the old-fashioned way, with respect to the animal, and results in a tastier bird.
DeBragga turkeys are fed a vegetarian diet of grains (corn and soy) and pure spring water, with no protein supplements, animal by-products, pesticides or herbicides. Additionally, no antibiotics or arsenicals are ever administered and the birds benefit from an environment that never uses artificial light. The result is a delightfully rich tasting, yet tender, moist turkey with excellent flavor and less fat than factory-farmed turkeys.
DeBragga, New York’s Butcher®, is located at 65-77 Amity Street, Jersey City, NJ, (212) 924-1311. The company dry ages and custom cuts the finest, mostly naturally raised meats for the New York region’s most discriminating chefs, including Daniel Boulud’s restaurants, Gotham Bar & Grill, Jean-Georges, Craft, Colicchio & Sons Tap Room, Roberta’s, Mercer Kitchen, Picholine, Patroon, Le Bernardin, the Arlington Club, Tao, and Le Cirque. DeBragga, fine meats specialists to generations of legendary chefs. Consumers purchase these fine products at http://www.debragga.com/.