Koch's launches Cranberry Turkey Burgers
April 1, 2010
by Meat&Poultry staff
TAMAQUA, PA. – Koch’s Turkey Farm is introducing its first product in the Turkey Burger marketplace with Cranberry Turkey Burgers. Made with all-natural turkey, the product contains no artificial ingredients. The burgers contain a minimal amount of fat and go from the skillet to the plate in about five minutes, the company relays.
“Our new burgers are truly unique, they combine the great taste of cranberries with our delicious turkey,” said Duane L. Koch, president of Koch’s Turkey Farm. “With these new burgers families can now continue to eat great tasting burgers without the worry of having too much red meat in their diet.”
Koch’s turkeys grow naturally without the use of hormones, stimulants or antibiotics. Each turkey is fed a special all-natural vegetarian diet and allowed free-range access, weather permitting. Product is being sold nationally at Whole Foods and other natural-foods stores.
All turkeys are raised humanely with Koch’s receiving a near perfect score on the Turkey Welfare and Humane Practices independent audit conducted by Steritech, one of the premier providers of food safety and quality assurance services in North America.