Welcome to Alternative Meats Online Shop

Welcome to Alternative Meats - Deliciously Different

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Our Barbeque Selection boxes are guaranteed to put a smile on the faces of your friends and family this summer ...... So break out the barby, chill the drinks and prepare to cook some of the tastiest barbeque food you've ever experienced!



We now feature many of "Our Top Chefs" in a really interesting new section where we share with you who is buying our products for their restaurants and their favourite recipes - plus details about their wonderful restaurants and hotels up and down the country.   We are constantly adding to this amazing list as and when we can grab a few moments, so if you haven't spotted a favourite yet, please do email us !


Receive a free copy of "Meat on the Bone" with every order - a Butcher's Magazine that promotes Welsh Beef and Lamb products using tasy recipes and handy information 




Here is a very recent new creation, our Mangalitza Bacon ...

We have developed two flavours, "Dry Cure" (Plain) and "Black" (Treacle Cure) ... and both are available to buy here on the website.


Don't forget we've got the fantastic * * Gold Star Award winning Mangalitza Gammon available, as well as our delicious Mangalitza Burger .



Wagyu Cattle were originally bred in Japan, and are renowned for producing beef of a superior eating quality - if you like, Wagyu is the Rolls Royce or Dom Perignon of the Beef world.   The unique taste and unctuous, buttery texture are due to the marbling of fat within the meat, fat which will begin to melt at room temperature.   It is also magically low in mono-unsaturates, which means you can relax and enjoy it without worrying about your health!

Our Welsh Wagyu cattle are reared by the forward-thinking Ifor Humphreys in Montgomeryshire, where they graze on the clover rich pastures of his family farm.   They are finished on grass or hay and a blended grain ration grown on the neighbourhood farm, and Ifor also gives them a daily pint of locally brewed Monty's Beer and a little massage, echoing the traditions followed by farmers from Kobe, in Japan, who made Kobe Beef famous.