Linden Foods introduces meat boxes range to Fane Valley
Red meat processor Linden Foods has revealed a new range of meat boxes to be sold in Fane Valley Co-operative stores in Northern Ireland.
Linden’s Farmer’s Range includes eight farm family boxes: a sirloin steak box; chicken fillet box, supplied by Kettyle Irish Foods; a burger box; and a family box, which includes a range of steaks, sausages and mince - “enough protein to feed the average farm family for a week”, reported Fane Valley. Prices range from £15 for a burger box to around £45 for a sirloin steak box.
Local Armagh beef farmer Joe McCarragher also commented: “I think it is a great idea. I am a Fane Valley customer and supply my beef cattle to Linden Foods.
“Farmer’s Range really completes the full circle of what Fane Valley can offer me as a customer. I know the quality of product is extremely high and it is especially pleasing to know that I am eating beef I have supplied and trust. There is a good variety of meat and generous portions, conveniently boxed, and I believe there are new products to be offered in the coming weeks. The frozen option really suits my family and how we cook at home.”
The boxes will be stocked in Fane Valley-supplied stores in Altnamachin, Armagh, Augher and Portadown stores, with further plans to introduce the products at Omagh, Banbridge and Comber stores.
Dessie Ferguson, general manager, Fane Valley Stores, commented on the new venture: “We are delighted to be able to add to our vast product range. This new venture will certainly add a unique dimension to the Fane Valley Store network.”
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