Simple Truth

Organic Chicken Tenders Boneless

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Simple Truth Organic Chickens are raised on a fully organic diet with all-natural, 100% organic vegetarian grain feed, free of any animal by-products and synthetic additives. Each package of Simple Truth Organic Chicken carries the USDA Organic seal and is certified organic by a third-party certifying agency.

  • Never treated with antibiotics, hormones or steroids
  • Free of artificial ingredients and preservatives
  • Natural with no added salt
  • Certified 100% organic
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Janet
Detroit, Michigan

can you please include all your sale items in the Natural Way section of your store. I mostly shop at Hillers but if I knew what was on sale that is GF, Natural, or Organic I would shop at Kroger more.

 
February 6, 2015, 10:22 AM
Penny Case
Roseville, Michigan

I Rarely see any organic chicken at the Kroger in Roseville -- Eastgate, Michigan. Come one either have some or point me to another Kroger that does. Thank you~

 
February 6, 2015, 5:10 PM
Penny Case
Roseville, Michigan

I would love to buy some and try your recipes if I could Find It~

 
February 6, 2015, 5:11 PM
Penny Case
Roseville, Michigan

Come on....not one....

 
February 6, 2015, 5:12 PM
Beverly

3 stars does not do it for me. I want products that are 5 stars. Kroger is making a strong effort in the organic dept., but not being competitive with the higher prices compared to other stores. I do like the frozen skinless chicken breasts in the freezer dept. I prefer those to the fresh.

 
September 2, 2015, 8:04 AM
Tori

Yes, Please list what is organic weekly specials and also just list it all for pricing because if I think I can get a better deal than when I am in your store I will leave without it and go somewhere else. If they are not cheaper I will buy it anyways so I have it. Also it would be nice to see much more organic, grass fed meats!

 
January 12, 2017, 2:10 PM