Koch's Turkey Farm launches turkey burgers
Feb. 10, 2011
by Meat&Poultry Staff
TAMAQUA, Pa. – Koch's Turkey Farm has added its new All Natural Turkey Burgers to its Turkey Burger line, which was launched last year. The new addition was created to give customers another option in selecting a healthy alternative to beef burgers.
Koch's Turkey Burgers are made with all-natural turkey and contain no artificial ingredients. The burgers feature a minimal amount of fat and are delicately flavored with Rosemary. The burgers go from the skillet to the plate in about seven minutes, making them a quick healthy meal.
"Turkey Burgers are quickly becoming America's Burger of Choice," said Duane Koch, president of Koch's Turkey Farm. "Our Turkey Burgers are low in sodium, calories and saturated fat – and they taste great."
Sold at Whole Foods and other natural foods stores, Koch's turkeys are raised without the use of hormones, stimulants or antibiotics. Each turkey is fed a vegetarian diet in a free-range environment.