The report, which examined over 200 studies - utilising data from the 76 strongest - found that higher welfare meant lower levels of fat, including saturated fat, higher levels of Omega-3, and higher levels of antioxidants.
Comment: Perhaps they found lower levels of saturated fat, but this fat was undoubtedly far more nutrition-dense.
Some of the most significant differences were found in beef, where pasture-reared cattle were found to have up to 430% higher levels of Omega-3 and 335-700% higher levels of antioxidants than non-grassfed.
The report also looked at lamb, pigs, eggs, chicken and milk with similar results across the board.
Read the full report here.