Simple Truth

Natural Chicken Breast Boneless/Skinless

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Simple Truth Natural Chickens are raised on an all-natural, 100% vegetarian diet, free of any animal by-products or synthetic additives.
• Never treated with antibiotics, hormones or steroids
• Minimally processed
• Free of artificial ingredients and preservatives
• Natural with no added salt

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8 total reviews

Benton, Arkansas

you guys should list prices too! very interested in trying your products

April 23, 2013, 1:17 AM
Fort Thomas, Kentucky

Can you provide more details on how much "free range" these chickens have and what company you buy them from?

April 8, 2014, 12:36 PM
Simple Truth

Hi, Heather. Our company stands behind its package labeling which states Simple Truth chickens are raised cage-free in a humane environment, and fed a 100% vegetarian diet with no antibiotics ever.

Due to litigation we are unable to say more at this time.

April 11, 2014, 3:20 PM
Wichita, Kansas

The 100 percent vegetarian diet your chickens are fed, GMO veggies? Or non GMO veggies? It's not natural if Monsanto touched it.

May 24, 2014, 12:13 PM
Simple Truth

Hi, Marcia. The only way to know for sure that no GMO ingredients are used is to buy organic or a product that states "GMO Free." We cannot guarantee any food to be "GMO-free" unless it is organic. If a product is organic then it will state it on the label. We would recommend our Simple Truth Organic Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast. Thanks for your question and we hope this helps!

May 27, 2014, 4:58 PM

OK - very curious on how you keep the chickens VEGETARIAN fed - if they are never let out to free range but kept confined and only eat grains or fresh veggies that you know are organic (quire a feat) then fine - - that means they live in little cages or inside in a building with no access to outside at all.

Chickens are NOT NOT NOT naturally vegetarian, heck, gosh, darn - they will eat another chicken that died (even attack weaker ones and kill them and eat them) - not to mention bugs, lizards, snakes etc. that are not exactly "vegetarian".

Had to ask, altho I really do not expect an answer. Just had a chicken done on the rotisserie for dinner and it was very good - but I went into buying it thinking it was probably not a "vegetarian" or free range chicken.

September 4, 2015, 10:04 PM

It seems you are careful about the terms you use, the fact that you do not treat chickens with antibiotics, still leaves room to the fact that they are fed antibiotics to turn them into eating machines. Why try to deceive people? I don't like this chicken, it is water chilled and does not taste good.

September 27, 2015, 9:29 AM

I have bought this brand of chicken multiple times over the past couple of years. I bought some Simple Truth Boneless Skinless Breasts (3 pkgs) from my local store yesterday. I cooked up one of those pkgs for dinner last night and was very disappointed. The texture of the chicken was off - was tough and stringy. It didn't taste/smell bad but the texture was stomach turning - my spouse and I only ate a few bites of it. At this time, I'm debating tossing out the other pkgs that I purchased at the same time in case there's something wrong with that batch.

October 23, 2016, 7:47 AM