You get locally grown seasonal fruit and veggies delivered to your door, so why still settle for supermarket meat?
Jane and Nick Somper know every farmer who supplies the exceptional meat for their Dorset Meat Company boxes. The duo source from just 20 small family-run farms across Dorset and Wiltshire, all of which share a sustainable stance on rearing meat in harmony with nature.
As big supporters of the Slow Food movement, Jane and Nick launched their delivered-to- the-door service to make traditionally reared, grass-fed meat easily accessible to foodies who care about where their produce comes from.
‘We advocate that we should all eat less meat but, when we do, we need to ensure it’s of the highest quality and produced in a way that respects nature, the environment and the animal,’ says Jane.
We’ve teamed up with Dorset Meat Company to introduce one lucky reader to the ethical subscription box service. The Introductory Meat Box (usually £49.95) is the perfect way to roadtest the subscription and includes a selection of popular cuts for weekday meals (think pork chops on Monday, toad-in-the-hole on Wednesday and rump steaks on Friday to ring in the weekend), as well as a beautiful topside joint for a showstopping Sunday lunch.
Tempted? Answer the question below for your chance to win.
The question: How many farms supply Dorset Meat Company?