A family-run butcher and supplier of free range poultry and specialist game meats has launched a new evening delivery service on Tuesdays and Fridays. NIFRA Poultry is based in the Queen Victoria Market and has been running for over 50 years.
Do you want fresh, high-quality meat delivered to your door? Are you interested in trying exotic game meats the whole family will enjoy? Do you need a lean protein boost? If you have answered ‘yes’, this is the service you have been waiting for!
Family-run free range poultry and game meat specialist butchers, NIFRA Poultry, has launched a new evening delivery service on Tuesdays and Fridays between 5pm – 9pm. As you may be aware, the business was established in 1964 and is based in the well-known Queen Victoria Market.
You can find out more at https://nifrapoultry.com.au
The new evening delivery service has been launched in a bid to reach you and other customers who may not otherwise be able to access the butchers. The company understands you lead a busy life and may order your food online for convenience and to save yourself time.
In case you are wondering, a minimum spend of $40.00 AUD is required for your shop to be eligible for home delivery. You and your family can enjoy a range of high-protein, lean meats, and healthy options. NIFRA Poultry supplies chicken burgers, a range of sausages including carrot and spinach chicken sausages and chorizo chicken sausages, as well as turkey and chicken breast.
Aside from poultry the company is a specialist provider of game and exotic meats including emu fillet, wild boar leg, venison leg, and wallaby rump. As you may know, with the rise of celebrity cooking shows on television many consumers are increasingly asking for more exotic and interesting meats to cook for their friends and family.
To compliment the range of meats the company supplies, it also offers freshly made seasoning, spices, and eggs including quails. Tandoori and honey soy marinades can also be purchased from the company, which prides itself on supplying high-quality, free range poultry and game meat.
Free range meat is arguably better for you and your family as it tends to be more nutritious than factory farmed food. It is also good for ethically and environmentally conscious consumers such as yourself, who want to know where their food has come from.
A company spokesperson said: “We’re a family-run business that has happily been serving Melbourne’s poultry loving residents since 1996. We understand the importance of customer service alongside high-quality, free range poultry and game meats that your whole family will enjoy.”
You can find out more via the website provided!