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The benefits of free range ethically farmed meat is clear

The benefits of free range ethically farmed meat is clear

Today’s consumers are far more aware of the need to know more about what goes in to the making of their meats. The excellent quality stock and ethical farming practices of the Hope family, Hope Meat Supplies ticks all the boxes in this regard.

The farm began operating in November 2007 from it’s base in Richmond and delivering orders to Durban.  With the increase in demand for the naturally bred, reared and raised free range A Class meat a retail outlet was opened in February 2013 at 17A Mackeurtan Avenue, but still delivers weekly to various places in Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

Doing things “old school” with no short cuts and offering a healthier end product is what has given Hope Meat Supplies the edge and has piqued interest in what they do. Breeding especially for the butchery has given Hope Meats the edge in sourcing consistent, good quality meat.  All the animals raised are Free Range and are not given growth hormones and routine antibiotics.

The shop stocks a full range of meat and deli products which are sourced from small, local suppliers which means all meat they sell are fully traceable from conception to consumption. The range includes Beef, Lamb, Chicken, Eggs and Pork, as well as product ranges which are preservative free, gluten free and free from added MSG.

In addition the store sells speciality banting beef, lamb and pork sausages as well as boerewors and beef patties along with a range of other banting products including coconut oil, farm butter, full cream youghurt, cheeses, xylitol, olive oil, fams and salami, granola, salad dressing and mayonnaise as well as a range of sauces and spices including a curry sauce.

The store also sells arguably the finest biltong and drywors in town, the perfect gift for young and old alike. Why not pop into the store at 17A Mackeurtan Avenue, Durban North. Phone 031 5631201 or 083 556 4835 or email to place an order or visit their website or facebook page.




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