A good relationship between the farmer and the butcher has given customers the best beef possible.
Every butcher has a few grocery items to complement their core products – how you display them can make the difference to an extra spend.
What better way to promote your sausages than during a cricket telecast.
Mick Ferrero of The British Sausage Co explains.
Competition is fierce for the retail butcher in a shopping centre with other butchers and supermarkets. Karve It Up have found their niche market through a range of value-add single serve and family size meals available everyday that caters for a range of tastes and dietary requirements.
Hand injuries in the meat industry are one of the highest points of injury for knife handlers. Training into safe knife handling and appropriate protective clothing are the key.
Operating for more than 40 years, Hardwicks continues to provide Victoria with a quality meat processing service for both domestic and export products as well as catering to small farmers’ needs.
What started out as a challenge between friends, The Melbourne Salami Festa continues to go from strength to strength to celebrate amateur salami makers.
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