Eating with Eric Podcast

Episode 6: George Faison on Heritage Breeds and the NJ Situation

The meat maven praises Britain’s Prince Charles (you’ll never guess why) and explains the stumbling block for animal husbandry in New Jersey.

Photo courtesy of Stephanie Faison.

George Faison, co-founder of D’Artagnan and former COO of DeBragga & Spitler, says biodiversity isn’t just important for the planet, it’s great for the plate—producing meat that’s more flavorful and better for you. He also examines why the Garden State deserves its nickname and the difficulties meat producers face here.

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