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Today consumers are looking for nutritious proteins that fit their lifestyles. Explore Veal.org to learn about why you and your consumers should choose veal!

Veal is versatile, nutritious, and delicious and can be utilized in a variety of preparation methods and recipes. Embrace the changes the veal industry has undergone and put veal on your menus and in front of consumers! 

Beyond the animal welfare changes made in the industry since the early 2000’s veal continues to be a delicate and delicious protein. Perfect for any menu. 

Much like beef, veal is a nutrient dense protein. A 3oz. serving of veal has only 170 calories and 27 grams of protein!

A nutritional chart breakdown of common veal recipies.

Looking for great recipe ideas? Check out our foodservice recipes for inspiration to help you get started! Make them your own and enjoy the versatility of veal!

Much like beef, veal is a nutrient dense protein. A 3oz. serving of veal has only 170 calories and 27 grams of protein!

A nutritional chart breakdown of common veal recipies.

Looking for great recipe ideas? Check out our foodservice recipes for inspiration to help you get started! Make them your own and enjoy the versatility of veal!

Putting veal on your menu?

Check out these videos of Nick Poccia, Corporate Chef and Product Manager at Marcho Farms. Nick talks about specific cuts of veal and great ways to add them to your menu.

Looking for your next Podcast?

Travel to two veal farms with Eat Ya’ll and Chef Marcus Daniel, Executive Chef at Joseph Decius in Roanoke, Indiana. Chef Marcus toured veal farms in Indiana and had a chance to see where the veal on his menu is raised. Learn more about his veal tour experiences by listening to the podcasts below.

[EATYALL PODCAST #51]
MODERN VEAL FARMING REVEALED WITH CHEF MARCUS DANIEL

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[EATYALL PODCAST #52]
WHY VEAL IS RELEVANT RIGHT NOW WITH CHEF MARCUS DANIEL AND STRAUSS FEEDS’ STEVE ANDERSON
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