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Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby AdamSmith » 01 May 2014, 15:16

Hi

New on here, as I commented earlier we are looking to learn more about what UK BBQers are after.

My site is http://www.meatpacks.co.uk

Coming into BBQ season we have started to look at other types of meat to offer.
We now have whole flat briskets, boston butts, and various bulk pork rib options.

We've noticed an increase in online butchers but want to make sure were are doing a bit more, and offering more than the usual supermarket range. We send next day across mainland UK and you can choose your exact delivery date.

New customers can also have 10% off, using the discount code 'first' at checkout.

That's enough company blurb for now, hope the rain holds off for the Bank Hol

Thanks for reading

Adam @ Meatpacks
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Re: Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby Tyrone1Wils » 02 May 2014, 11:36

Ahh so you're the meatpacks man, I've been thinking of ordering something for a while.

I might be placing an order soon, thanks for the code!
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Re: Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby ConorD » 02 May 2014, 16:29

Can you get the thicker "packer style briskets as my locally sourced ones tend to be a little thin?
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Re: Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby AdamSmith » 12 May 2014, 12:23

Hi

We currently sell what we call a 'Whole Flat Brisket' it's a fair sized bit of meat, average weight 2.75kg and is not rolled or trimmed, ready for you to cut it how you like. Some prefer to leave fat on and not turn it, others trim and turn during cooking. :D

http://www.meatpacks.co.uk/Beef/WholeFlatBrisket

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Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby TakingtheBrisket » 12 May 2014, 12:49

Hi adam,
Does it include the point?
Cheers
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Re: Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby Stu_C » 20 May 2014, 15:03

I see your based in Reading, I'm in Winnersh Wokingham. Do you have a collection point or shop for collection to save on delivery costs?
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Re: Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby AdamSmith » 11 Jun 2014, 12:55

Hi
We do local delivery at a reduced cost of £3.50.

If you want to collect you'll have to contact Berkshire Meat Traders - sales@berkshiremeattraders.co.uk

Ta

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Re: Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby AdamSmith » 11 Jun 2014, 13:00

and Jon

Yes our flats do include the point.

ta

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Re: Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby TakingtheBrisket » 11 Jun 2014, 13:38

AdamSmith wrote:and Jon

Yes our flats do include the point.

ta

Adam


Cool, just ordered brisket and butt.
Thanks
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Re: Meatpacks.co.uk

Postby JEC » 14 Jun 2014, 06:16

Looks like a good alternative to your local butcher, certainly more choice and probably less embarrassment :oops:

How many racks are there typically in a babyback box?
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