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Ambassadors (Melissa, Chad, Matthew and Todd) on Knowing Where Your Food Comes From

By Joe Heitzeberg - Co-founder and CEO of Crowd Cow. I'm on Instagram at @jheitzeb.
Ambassadors (Melissa, Chad, Matthew and Todd) on Knowing Where Your Food Comes From
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Meet some of the people who inspire us. Chefs, athletes and musicians whose life journeys are driven by adventure, curiosity and authentic connection. They are Modern Carnivores from all walks of life united in the belief that food is one of the great pleasures in life ― and by seeking out the very best and by being closer to the source of their food, they make the world a better place.

Melissa Reome (Grilling Influencer)


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Q: Why is it important for you to know where your food comes from?

A: What our food eats is also consumed by us. How the animals are treated also greatly impacts the meat we ultimately eat. Responsibly sourced meat should be important to everyone.

Melissa is a carnivore, who loves to cook and grill for her family and friends. She shares her knowledge and teaches others to grill across her social media channels and website. When she’s not grilling, she works as a full time pharmacist.

Read more about Melissa Reome on Crowd Cow

Chad Amburn (Backyard BBQ Enthusiast)


Q: Why is it important for you to know where your food comes from?

A: I think the more important question is, why wouldn't you want to know where your food comes from. Especially meat!

Chad is a backyard bbq enthusiast and lover of all things live-fire! He can usually be found in the kitchen, or in front of one of his many grills.

Read more about Chad Amburn on Crowd Cow

Matthew Groark (Teacher and BBQ Dad)

Matthew Groark
Q: Why is it important for you to know where your food comes from?

A: For me, serving BBQ is about the opportunity to connect with people and make them smile. Crowd Cow provides the opportunity to connect with the meat by knowing where and from whom it is coming from! That’s a pretty cool connection that you just don’t find at your local market or butcher!

Matt is a high school teacher and credits his pupils the reason he started Groark Boys’ BBQ! With a mission to not only serve delicious Q, Matt has also used this passion to raise thousands for charities in need!

Read more about Matthew Groark on Crowd Cow

Todd Colondro (Influencer)

Todd Colondro
Q: Why is it important for you to know where your food comes from?

A: Quality ingredients allow me to cook my best, enjoy food the most, and feel confident I'm eating as responsibly as I can.

Todd is a man of many hobbies; from art, to shoe collecting, to classic cars. However, his passion is cooking up a great meal.

Read more about Todd Colondro on Crowd Cow


SHOP: 100% Grass-fed, Grass-finished craft beef

No hormones, no unnecessary antibiotics. Dry-aged beef.

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