Tide Mill Farm/Commonwealth Poultry
Chicken breasts boneless and skinless
2 breasts per package
Choose from Tide Mill Farm Organic and Commonwealth Poultry All-Natural
If you're still buying grocery store chicken - you really don't know what you're missing! Our chicken breasts are delicious, flavorful, and naturally raised.
We've just added a choice when it comes to chicken. We still offer Tide Mill Chicken from Edmunds, Maine. But we've just welcomed a new chicken source to the Heartstone Farm family - Commonwealth Poultry in Gardiner, Maine.
What's the difference between Tide Mill and Commonwealth?
Tide Mill chickens are organic, and Commonwealths are not. That's it.
They both deliver chicken that has exceptional flavor. They both work with small family farms to source their chickens - so the care and treatment of the birds is night and day from factory farms. And the processing is similar - both are right here in Maine, USDA-inspected and air chilled.
Raising chicken that qualifies for organic certification is more expensive - and the result is a premium price for chicken from Tide Mill.
It's a personal choice - but we're proud of the chicken from both Tide Mill and Commonwealth - and we're happy to offer you a choice.
- Each package contains 2 boneless, skinless breasts
- Tide Mill packages average .6-.9 lbs
- Commonwealth packages average 1 - 1.5 lbs
- USDA inspected
- All Natural - No Antibiotics - No Hormones
- Hand cut and trimmed
- Flash Frozen and Wrapped In Air-Tight Cryovac - Will Last 12 Months In Your Freezer
Our standards for chicken are high. It has to be wonderfully flavorful. The chickens must be all-natural, never receiving antibiotics or growth hormones. We insist on air-chilling in the processing to
It’s really important to us that the chickens come from family farms - not factory farms.
We’re proud to be working with two great sources for chicken here in Maine.
We’ve been partnering with Tide Mill Organic Farm in Edmunds, Maine for over two years and their dedication to producing and processing great organic chicken is truly impressive.
Now, we’re excited to welcome an additional chicken source - Commonwealth Poultry in Gardiner, Maine.
Both Commonwealth and Tide Mill produce great chicken - the only real difference is that Tide Mill is certified organic and Commonwealth is not.
That’s a personal choice for our customers - but know this: either way you’ll be getting great chicken.