The Meat-ting Place Butchers & Supermarket
Brisbane's Leader in Fresh Certified Organic Meat and Produce
The Meat-ting Place is a family owned business that prides itself on providing the highest quality organic meat and produce to its customers. We have been operating since 1997, and have built our business on integrity and strong relationships with Australian organic farmers and our community.
Our Queensland customers choose to shop with us because we offer a large range of butcher products that taste amazing, are Certified Organic and are export grade grass fed beef and meats. We make sure our customers receive good old fashioned service with a smile, and are pleased to say that all of our products are made on our premises by the very same friendly butchers and staff you'll meet when you come into our Brisbane stores. Our delicious gourmet sausages and smallgoods are made without the use of preservatives, gluten, and are Hydrolised Vegetable Protein (HVP) and nitrite free.
We have two convenient locations in Paddington and McDowall. Our butcher shop in Paddington offers gourmet lines such as camel, kangaroo, venison and rabbit in addition to your old favourites. Our McDowall store has a butcher shop as well as a supermarket where you will find fresh organic produce, groceries and personal care items.
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For those outside Brisbane looking for our organic meats, we have distributors of our organic meat and poultry throughout Queensland.
From the Blog
Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:37am
A winter favourite for the whole family made from fresh organic vegetables and of course organic beef. This recipe is popular with everyone looking for a hearty meal with the cold nights of winter. There are few things more satisfying on a cool day than a rich beef stew. Making your meal with natural organic foods from a local organic supermarket can make you meal just that much more rich. This recipe is a traditional French beef bourguignon stew with a modern mushroom twist. This recipe will feed a large family of five, with plenty of left overs. Chunky Beef Bourguignon Ingredients half…
Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:35am
Whаt іs conventionally grown produce? Conventionally grown produce іs dіffеrеnt frоm organically grown produce іn thаt іt mау usе fertilizers аnd pesticides tо allow higher yields, оut оf season growth, аnd stronger disease resistance. Conventionally grown produce іs whаt уоu will sее а majority оf thе time whеn shopping іn уоur local supermarket. What іs Organic Produce? Organic produce іs produce thаt іs grown wіthоut thе aid оf synthetic pesticides оr fertilisers. То bе certified "organic" а farmer must meticulously document whаt thеу аrе…
Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:34am
There is nothing quite like a good outdoors barbecue, with friends and family all enjoying a delicious feast under the sun. As the seasons change and it cools off outside, people may begin to miss that summer time staple, the sweet and savoury outdoors barbecue. There is a delicious and comforting cool weather alternative from the other land of the barbecue, the American South. This Carolina classic slow cooked pulled pork dish is easy and delightful. It is great for those evenings indoors. The sauce is authentic to the deep American South, tangy and sweet at the same time. It can be paired…