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Beef Orders Blossom for Devon Butcher

A family-run Devon butchery business, Andrew James Butchery, has been selected to supply 2 tonnes of topside joints to the Chelsea Flower Show, the horticultural event of the year which will welcome 165,000 visitors and 500 exhibitors.
Andrew James Butchery is delivering a bounty of prime quality topside joints from its high-tec facility in Cullompton to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which is taking place from 24-28 May at the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Steve Turton, master butcher at Andrew James Butchery and his skilled team provide a bespoke service to chefs, bringing expertise in maturation, butchery and packaging to deliver a tailor-made butchery service to meet chefs’ individual specifications. Steve commented: “We’re supplying our premium quality meat to one of the most prestigious events of the year which is really exciting – it’s a great addition to list of high profile events in London that we’ve supplied to in the last 6 months like the Olympia Horse Show and Winter Wonderland.”
Steve continued: “London has developed a real appetite for our premium meat which is great news for our business, and it means we’re now delivering to the city five days a week.”
Andrew James Butchery uses meat that is fully traceable and from reputable, British farm assured sources.  Breeds are carefully chosen to ensure the best quality meats.  Meat from AJ Butchery is hung to deliver incomparable tenderness and flavour, then expertly butchered using traditional, hand-cut techniques.
The skilled team of butchers at Andrew James supply premium quality meat and expert advice to leading chefs in London, the South West and nationwide.
Visit www.ajbutchery.co.uk for consistently reliable great quality meat and butchery expertise tailored for the premium food service industry.
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