Online retailer field&flower unveils Christmas range

Grass-fed meat and sustainable fish delivery service, field&flower has launched its new luxury Christmas Range.

The festive range includes a variety of luxury produce, premium-quality hampers and bespoke meat boxes, which are full of the finest, traceable products of the highest provenance, claimed the company.

Customers have the option to purchase one of field&flower‘s luxury, ready-made hampers, such as The Christmas Trimmings Box (£32.46), The Gift of Wild Game Box (£56.34) or The Cheese and Chutney Hamper (£37.08), or they can select products to suit their own individual requirements  in a bespoke box.

James Mansfield, co-founder of field&flower, said: “We’re really excited to be launching our fantastic new Christmas range this festive season. Christmas is traditionally a time for us all to indulge in the finest foods and enjoy eating and socialising with friends and family, so it’s important for us to be supplying only the highest-quality products for our customers to enjoy.

“Each item that makes up the Christmas range is fully traceable and is sourced from some of Britain’s best farmers and suppliers, and we’re incredibly proud to be supporting the country’s rich farming heritage.

“We understand that our customers care about high-welfare, grass-fed, free-range meat and the nutritional benefits this brings, and this is exactly what we deliver right to their doors.”

Turkey, salmon and joints of gammon and beef are some of the products that make up the Christmas range, as well as festive goodies such as luxury pork pie, free-range cocktail sausages, and premium sage and onion stuffing balls.

The free-range turkeys, geese and ducks in the Christmas range have been sourced from farmer Stuart Perkins in the Somerset countryside at Castlemead Farm, where they are reared slowly in a natural and unrestricted outdoor environment, while the pork products come from Rob Mercer, a fourth-generation farmer at Packington Farm in the heart of rural Staffordshire.

James Flower, company co-founder, is one of the field&flower’s beef farmers and all beef produced on his farm goes into the company’s luxury meat boxes. 

All wild game products come from Somerset, mostly from the Mells Estate, the Barrow Farm Shoot, and Castlemead Farm, and all fish is caught using sustainable methods off the ports of Brixham, Bridport and Newlyn by fishermen who comply with schemes such as the Responsible Fishing Scheme and the Great Dorset Seafood Campaign.

The online retailer has also introduced a Rustic Olive Wood Board, plus a variety of chutneys and relishes designed for the festive period.

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