GOLDEN, COLO. — Mel Coleman Jr., fifth generation member of the family that started Coleman Natural Foods, is featured in a new episode of the “American Humane in Action” television mini-series.
“American Humane in Action” provides viewers with a firsthand look at how groundbreaking programs affect change in the real world, from animals rescued from perilous disasters to endangered species on the brink of extinction.
Hosted by American Humane CEO and president Robin Ganzert, the five-part series features Hollywood stars – four-legged and two-legged – leading conservationists, frontline rescue workers, those battling to keep our country safe and those who ensure a humane food supply.
Coleman is interviewed in the show’s farm episode, where he talks about his family’s efforts to always keep the health and safety of the animal first and foremost when it comes to raising practices.
The producers that work with Coleman Natural Foods didn't have to change the way they operate to meet American Humane Certiﬁed science-backed standards, according to the company. Coleman Natural produces all-natural pork sourced from American family farmers. Every animal is raised without the use of antibiotics or added hormones, ever, on all-vegetarian feed in a 100% crate-free environment in both gestation and farrowing.