It’s the how, not the cow!

Good news… 🙌

Our teammates at Aubrey’s HQ (Aubrey Allen Wholesale) have been voted by chefs as Meat Supplier of the Year for the third year in a row as part of the 2020 Restaurant Magazine Awards!

It’s amazing to see the hard work by all of the team recognised by those who choose Aubrey’s products in their restaurants and establishments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A huge part of that success is down to our meat-buying ethos.

Here’s a couple of reasons why it matters where you get your meat from –

🐷 British meat is produced to some of the highest welfare standards in the world – the farmers we work with are passionate about caring for their livestock and it also shows in the finished product

✈️ British food travels far less from farm to shop so has a lower carbon footprint than most imported foods. Our British Beef, Suffolk Pork, Cornish Lamb and Worcestershire Chicken has a much shorter distance to travel than some supermarket cuts coming over from New Zealand, Brazil and Germany amongst others

🚜 65% of all agricultural land in the UK can only be grazed. If it isn’t grazed, it goes to ruin.  Grass fed beef enhances the environment by improving soil, helping with absorption of carbon, production of oxygen and is critical to our ecosystem! 

🌍 The carbon footprint of UK beef is 35% lower than the global average and significantly lower than a number of the other key beef producing nations.

🐮 Britain’s cattle passport system means that each animal can be uniquely traced to its mother and place of birth – at a time when supermarkets are making up wonderfully British farm names that, in a number of cases, have been found not to exist, we shout proudly that every single piece of beef coming through our doors can be traced right back to its farm, including this beautiful Wagyu cattle from Earl Stonham Farms in Suffolk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We could go on for days about why we are so proud of what we sell!

If you would like more information please contact shop@aubreyallen.co.uk

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