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We have diverted over 10 million lbs of food from landfills so far...

On this year’s International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste, we want to thank you for Doing Good with us.

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We give a cluck about fighting food waste.

Did you know that 40% of healthy grocery store food gets tossed into a landfill? That’s not okay. We know we can, and should, do better.

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We pick up healthy surplus food from local grocery stores after food bank donations —
then load them into reusable coolers (like the kind used for picnics, but bigger).

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We turn that healthy surplus grocery food into nutrient-dense chicken feed that mimics their natural diet.

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You buy the chicken at your local grocer
and feed your family great-tasting chicken and combat climate change from your kitchen. Winner, winner!

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Good for Plate.

You can now enjoy 100% natural*, fresh, and amazing tasting Do Good chicken. You’ll find it in the poultry section, right alongside the chicken you usually buy. We’re going to make chicken a whole lot better for the world. Somebody has to.

  • natural
    100% natural (minimally processed, no artificial ingredients)
  • usa-raised
    Hatched, raised, and harvested in the U.S.A.
  • non-artificial
    No artificial ingredients, antibiotics, hormones or steroids
  • cage-free
    Cage-free
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Do Good Chicken Reports 10 Million Pounds of Food Surplus Saved From Landfills in First Six Months of Operation

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Do Good Chicken Reports 10 Million Pounds of Food Surplus Saved From Landfills in First Six Months of Operation

Climate-Forward Brand Addresses Food Waste, a Top Concern for Consumers based on National Survey Findings BEDMINSTER, N.J., Sept. 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Do Good Chicken™, the first chicken brand…

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Do Good Chicken Reports 10 Million Pounds of Food Surplus Saved From Landfills in First Six Months of Operation

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Do Good Chicken Reports 10 Million Pounds of Food Surplus Saved From Landfills in First Six Months of Operation

Climate-Forward Brand Addresses Food Waste, a Top Concern for Consumers based on National Survey Findings BEDMINSTER, N.J., Sept. 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Do Good Chicken™, the first chicken brand…

Good for Planet.

Our chickens are raised on a diet that includes ingredients made with nutritious surplus grocery food. That means when you choose to cook with our chicken, you become a part of something bigger — fighting food waste and climate change at the same time.

Each of our delicious Do Good Chickens stops approximately 4 lbs of  surplus groceries from being thrown away, thus reducing nearly 3 lbs of greenhouse gases (CO₂e).

That’s a lot of weight off the world’s shoulders. .

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% of all food
in the U.S. went unsold or uneaten in 2019
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the cost of surplus food in the U.S.
million tons
amount of surplus food generated by retailers

Statistics provided via ReFed.

Why buy Do Good Chicken?

Besides enjoying great-tasting, wholesome chicken, your purchase helps to:

End food waste.

If you eat just one package of our chicken per year, you’ll stop a pound of food from going to waste. And if you’re a normal U.S. consumer, you eat an average of 98 pounds of chicken a year. Imagine that impact!

Combat climate change.

We are the first verified U.S. chicken brand to combat climate change. We created a closed-loop system where surplus food isn’t going to waste. Instead, we upcycle this surplus grocery food into a healthy, nutritious feed for our chickens. Each chicken then saves 4 lbs of surplus grocery food, thus reducing 3 lbs of GHG.

Keep you and your family healthy.

Chicken is delicious. When you purchase Do Good Chicken, you can eat what you love and feel great about every bite. Plus, our chicken is 100% all natural — no antibiotics and no added hormones or steroids. Just cage-free chickens raised in the U.S.