Although there is surprisingly little about the organization online, AWA will audit a farm at no charge to be sure that it manages issues of animal welfare responsibly, such as allowing cows to graze on grass in open fields. The organization appears legitimate, but the label “American Grassfed” seems to be more prominant than the AWA one. Farms that pass the audit are allowed to use both.
While animal welfare is certainly good for the animals, environment, farmers and consumers, there are other labels that indicate more certification in addition to this. The “Family Farmed” logo, for example, ensures the product recognizes animal welfare, is locally grown, is ecologically sustainable, and is owned by a family or co-op.
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