What to Look for When You’re Buying Meat

While millions of Americans buy pork, beef, chicken and more meat at the grocery store, it can be hard for shoppers to know if they're getting what they pay for. Inside Edition spoke to Greg Bardwell, the manager at Fleishers Craft Butchery in New York City, and he has some tips for buying the best meat. Bardwell said it's important to check the coloring of the meat. "If anything looks pale, it's probably gonna be lacking in flavor and lacking in nutrients," Bardwell explained.