Regenerative meat is meat production that follows the practices of regenerative agriculture. Regenerative agriculture goes back to the days before the mass industrialisation of food. It works with nature, allowing crops to regrow naturally, and the natural nutrients to regenerate in the soil. For over 200 years, farmers have been implementing the fastest and cheapest methods to fertilise crops leaving animals to graze on chemically fertilised land. Rather than improve the health of the crop, chemical fertilisers only temporarily add nutrients to the soil. Regenerative agriculture looks to reverse this damage by rebuilding the soil’s organic matter and restoring the natural minerals. When meat is produced in regenerative agriculture, the animals graze on crops rich in minerals and contain no chemicals. This is good for both you and the environment.