Introducing Cluck ‘n Moo™ Burgers: What’s Behind the Name

Cluck ‘n Moo™ Burgers - A healthier version of traditional beef burgers with a New York twist.

Cluck ‘n Moo™ Burgers – A healthier version of traditional beef burgers with a New York twist.

Cluck ‘n Moo™ Burgers are a healthier version of traditional beef burgers with a New York twist. They’re the creation of a New Yorker, who got inspiration for the burger from his wife and for its name from the legendary Woodstock Festival.

Cluck ‘n Moo™ Burgers are custom blended from antibiotic free chicken and grass-fed beef and are lower in fat and saturated fat and have fewer calories than a regular grass-fed beef burger. New York resident and Cluck Inc. CEO Steve Gold came up with the idea the old fashioned way at his kitchen table. He was grilling burgers when his wife shared her dream of a great-tasting burger she could enjoy without feeling guilty about the fat.

After more than a year of taste trials, the proprietary mix was finalized and the hybrid Gluten Free burgers needed a name. Gold recalled growing up in upstate New York.

The origin of Cluck and Moo goes back to a place called Bethel when peace and love reigned and Cluck met Moo at Woodstock.

Moo was playing it cool,chomping on some alfalfa when Cluck crossed the road to Yasgur’s Farm. “Outa Sight,” Moo mooed. “Peace, Love and Chicken,” Cluck clucked. And so with the sounds of Woodstock in the background they became best friends, clucking and mooing on that little farm. They dreamed about venturing out, beyond the daisy-populated fields, bringing the Woodstock magic of their friendship to everyone.

In 2013, the world was changing. Cluck and Moo knew it was time to come out of the barn – time to partner chicken and beef to become one far-out burger. And the legend of Cluck ’n Moo began…

In keeping with the spirit of Woodstock, the animals are humanely raised and sustainable packaging is used. The chickens come from farms in Pennsylvania and the burgers are produced in New Jersey.

Cluck ‘n Moo™ Burgers have 52 percent less fat, 34 percent fewer calories and 57 percent less saturated fat than grass-fed beef burgers. They come in packages of four, four-ounce burgers that are 190 calories each and contain 21 grams of protein. They have zero trans fat, no artificial ingredients and are hormone free.

Learn more at www.clucknmoo.net; and join: https://www.facebook.com/ClucknMoo and: https://twitter.com/ClucknMoo.

 

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