Corey Lea tackles US meat shortage by taking network of ranchers to digital platform

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Cattle rancher and cowboy, Corey Lea made a commitment to continue to bring economic justice and US homegrown food to our plates. 

When Lea saw a way to drive customers to Black food sources, he started with a company driving customers to Black farmers selling fruits and vegetables. Soon after, the US meat shortage hit, and another idea was born from the food insecurity—he’s been building a national network of farmers to sell meat with new company, SFE Land and Cattle.

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Now, his goal is to provide 100,000 pounds of meat processed and delivered after the first month of his launch, all without the middle person.

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  1. Mr. Lea
    I am an AA farmer in Mississippi.
    I have a potential case against the FDA.
    Can you give me the contact information for the attorney you used.

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