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Beef

   
Beef

Beef is one of the most nutritious foods, beef has appetite-sating high-quality protein, which has all the essential amino acids needed (isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, valine and more)to build muscle and bone. Beef is a great source of B vitamins (vital for brain function), and the most absorbable form of iron (called haem iron), which builds red blood cells and gives you energy. Its rich store of zinc supports the immune system.

All our beef is dry aged for 21 days and is locally sourced so it is fully traceable from farmer to customer.

 Lamb

   
Lamb

Lamb refers to the meat of a sheep younger than one year old. There are various cuts of lamb, including lamb chops — which may come in the form of rib chops, loin chops or shoulder chops — and whole leg of lamb. An excellent source of protein, 4 oz. of lamb contains 27.5 g of protein, or 55 percent the recommended daily intake for an adult, according to LIVESTRONG.com's  MyPlate. Eating 4 oz. of lamb also delivers 48 percent, 37 percent and 14 percent of the daily value for vitamin B12, niacin and riboflavin, respectively. 

All our lamb is locally sourced so it is fully traceable from farmer to customer

 Pork

   
Pork

Pork is “the other white meat” and is a healthy alternative to red meat. And when it’s eaten in reasonable quantities (8 oz), a pork chop can be quite good for you. Pork chops can be relatively lean, but they’re typically not as low-fat as chicken or fish. By contrast, however, a USDA, University of Wisconsin and Maryland study found that a 3 oz (85 g) serving of pork tenderloin contains 0.105 oz (2.98 g) of fat and that the same portion of skinless chicken breast contains 0.106 oz (3.03 g) of fat.

All our Pork is locally sourced so it is fully traceable from farmer to customer.

 Ham

   
Ham There are many ham varieties sold in meat markets and grocery stores. Some of the most popular are honey baked, smoked, country, deli sliced and luncheon meat hams. There are two distinct ways to make ham into the form you can recognize: wet-cured and dry-cured. The majority of store-bought hams are wet-cured and fully cooked. However, read the cooking instructions carefully; some may need extra cooking and preparation time. All our Pork is locally sourced so it is fully traceable from farmer to customer.

 Poultry

   
Chicken

Chicken - white meat is much better for you than red — that’s a well-known fact. As such, chicken (not deep-fried) is a great alternative to red meats. It’s low in fat — without the skin — and it’s pretty tasty if it’s prepared correctly. Chicken is a great source of protein and, as an added bonus, it’s less expensive than beef. Be sure to cook or heat it to an internal temperature of at least 165 degrees F.

All our Chicken is locally sourced so it is fully traceable.

 Bacon

   
 Bacon Bacon Lets You “Pig Out” On Essential Vitamins & Minerals: From bacon, we receive: 65% of our Recommended Daily Intake of Thiamin (Vitamin B1) as well as 47% of our Niacin (Vitamin B3), 38% of our Vitamin B12, 36% of our Zinc, 24% of our Vitamin B6, 22% of our Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), 22% of our Phosphorus, 10% of our Pantothenate, 10% of our Magnesium, 9% of our Iron and the Protein to fat balance in bacon is actually 4 to 1, which is one of the highest protein to fat balances found in any meat, fish or fowl found on Earth. http://bacontoday.com/top-10-reasons-bacon-is-actually-healthy-for-you/#sthash.pd9wHcXN.dpuf All our Pork is locally sourced so it is fully traceable from farmer to customer.

 Sausages

   
 Sausages

What could be better than a full Irish breakfast.  The traditional Irish breakfast incites memories of meals in kitchens that smell of freshly-cooked meats, fried vegetables and baked bread. Irish sausage an amalgamation of freshly-ground beef or pork, seasoned with spices and layered with rusk  has cooked in the frying pans of households for centuries. Butchers fill collagen casings with the seasoned meat, whose mild and zesty flavour caters to palettes that routinely disfavour piquant foods.

All our Pork is locally sourced so it is fully traceable from farmer to customer.

 Turkey

   
 Turkey

This big bird never saw it coming. Domestic turkey is a relatively recent addition to the world’s protein menu, and it’s great for you. Turkey is generally a white meat (turkey breast), but it packs more flavor than chicken, and its dark meat can be downright gamy. Turkey meat is also relatively low in fat: one 4.9 oz (140 g) serving of skinless roasted turkey contains about 0.25 oz (7 g) of fat.

All our Turkey's is locally sourced so it is fully traceable from farmer to customer