We love seeing all the exciting different ways our meatbox customers use their deliveries, and with so many of you getting creative in the kitchen we thought we’d feature some of them on the blog.
With less than two months until the big day, we’re allowed to start getting excited for Christmas, aren’t we?
Well, preparations are well underway at Swillington and we are now taking orders for our free range, organic Yorkshire turkeys.
Do you know someone that wants to start a career in butchery and would love the opportunity to learn traditional butchery techniques in a unique on-farm environment?
Our butcher is seeking to take on an apprentice who will learn all aspects of the trade and all other duties connected to working in an on-farm butchery. Continue reading →
Ground-breaking new research has revealed soaring levels of antibiotic resistance in pig and chicken meat from seven major UK supermarkets. Overuse of antibiotics in farming is contributing to deadly drug resistance – a crisis predicted to kill one person every 3 seconds by 2050.
The Alliance to Save our Antibiotics ground-breaking study has found E.coli resistant to multiple crucial antibiotics on 71% of low welfare British pig and chicken meat (63% on pork samples) from 7 major UK supermarkets.
Swillington’s organic fruit and veg has been shortlisted for a Taste Award!
This year our organic produce has been shortlisted again at the Taste Awards, hosted by Deliciouslyorkshire and the Yorkshire Post.
The Taste Awards are an annual celebration of local Yorkshire produce, with 22 different award categories recognising the very best food and drink from across the county.
We love seeing all the exciting different ways our meatbox customers use their deliveries, and with so many of you getting creative in the kitchen we’ve decided to turn it into a regular feature!
In the spirit of sharing all things delicious, we’ll be featuring a selection of monthly Meatbox Masterchefs on our blog to share some of the fantastic ways you’ve been serving up our organic meat and veg. Continue reading →
Organic September is upon us and you’re thinking about trying organic food for yourself, and maybe even growing a little of your own. But what is organic farming, and why should you choose to buy organic produce? We’ve come up with five reasons why organic is… well, better.Continue reading →