The ultimate stress free box. A wide ranging selection of meats to keep your fridge stocked up. From quick to cook cuts to larger joints, this box will take away the planning and hassle of regular shopping.
The Ultimate box is a combination of two boxes, our popular Family Favourites box and a Surprise box. The Family Favourites ensure that all of your staples are covered, while the Surprise element will ensure that things remain varied each time you order.
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All of our meat is cut fresh by our butchers and you can start your subscription as early as tomorrow if you order by 1.30pm. For your first delivery, simply select the day (Tuesday to Saturday) that suits you for a regular delivery and we will then deliver on that day at your chosen interval.
If you are out when your delivery arrives, our drivers will leave your order with your neighbours or in a safe place of your choosing. Please specify at the checkout.
All further questions are answered here.
The ultimate meat box subscription contains items with the following allergens:
Sausages - gluten, mustard, celery
The 'surprise' element of the ultimate meat box may contain further items containing the following allergens:
Burgers - celery, mustard, gluten
Chipolatas - celery, mustard, gluten
Sausagemeat - celery, mustard, gluten
Black pudding - gluten
If you would like to request that your Ultimate meat box contents does not contain any of the above allergens, please make a note in the checkout, or call us on 02037138413 when placing your order.
Our subscriptions are super flexible, there is no minimum term, you can pause them and you can cancel at any time. And you can select the first delivery date as soon as tomorrow if you order by 1.30pm.
We'll take payment couple of days before your order is due to arrive. For answers to all your questions visit our FAQs.
The humble Sunday roast has very royal beginnings. During the reign of Henry VII, his royal guard would dine on roast beef each Sunday after church and the tradition caught on. To this day, the Yeomanary Warders are still nicknamed 'beefeaters'