How to Order

 

At French's farm we like to give you and your order the personal touch it deserves and we are pleased to announce that French's Farm Award Winning Produce is now available for postal delivery to your door.

 

Simply call our dedicated order number on 07856 302475 and speak with one of our master butchers who will assist you with your order.  Our master butchers will expertly choose the correct cuts for your requirements and can give you a guide on anything from cooking times to seasoning.  As part of the service you can add flavour and seasoning before packaging which will allow the meat to marinade if you are having a BBQ for example.

 

Your order will then be vac packed this allows meat to last for up to 5-10 days in the fridge and 3 months frozen, we will then add cooling sheets and package up for next day delivery by UPS couriers.  All of our produce can be delivered to your door, with the exception of our frozen fish and pies.  For a full list of our produce please follow this link our produce.

 

Organic grass fed topside

Tender organic sirloin steak

Full flavour organic brisket

Tender fore rib of beef

Rump steak full of flavour

Extra lean steak mince with no added water

Rolled rib eye for roasting

Lean fillet steak

Organic rib eye steak

Salt marsh lamb barnsley chops

Salt marsh lamb shoulder
 half or whole

Salt marsh lamb cutlets

Salt marsh lamb half or whole leg

Salt marsh lamb loin chops

Tender pork chops with or without kidney

Succulent pork belly in
 strips or piece

Tender leg of pork

Lean pork steaks

Selection of sausages so plain, herb chipolata, venison and gluten free

 

Free range organic chicken

Plump chicken breast

To order for home delivery

Telephone: 07856 302475

 

 

Simply call our dedicated order number (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday) to speak with one of our master butchers who will assist you with your bespoke order.  Our master butchers will expertly choose the correct cuts for your requirements and can give you a guide on anything from cooking times to seasoning.

 

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