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Organic Lean Beef Mince
Organic certification means that no artificial fertilisers or sprays are used on pastures. Farmers thus must manage pastures like nature intended by continually building soil and feed soil microorganisms so keep fields green and lush.
Though not technically, organic certification means that all supplemental feed such as grass or grains must be certified organic too. Since organic grains are very expensive in New Zealand, this means that organic beef is grass-fed because it is cost prohibitive to farm otherwise.
This is a very good thing because grass is what cows are made to eat, not grains. Grains cause inflamation in the 4 stomachs of a cow, which leads to unhealthy and sick cows (that non-organic farmers routinely treat with antibiotics). Of course organic guarantees, no antibiotics or growth hormones have been used. If an organic cow needs medical treatment, they get it of course, it just means they can't be sold as organic anymore.
Vacuum packed and approximately 500g. Weight may vary slightly from week to week.
The comradery between butchers - both at work and in the industry, is fantastic. Everyone gets on and has a laugh, while still being very passionate about what we do.
Clarks Organic Meat is located at the foothills to the Waitakere Ranges, where you will find only the best quality Certified Organic and Free Range Meat & Poultry. We pride ourselves on our range of Quality meat, poultry, game & our very own Award winning Gluten & Dairy free sausages. Not to mention the range of speciality cuts available everyday and on request.
Keep refridgerated below 4C. Use by expiry date but at it's best if enjoyed sooner than later!
FYI - minced meat will spoil in less time than steak or roasts because it has a large surface area that is exposed to air. Vacuum packing meat eliminates oxidisation and keep meat fresh longer! This requires a plastic, unfortunately, but it also means less food waste!