This section contains Ostrich Meat sourced under CITES - The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. All import, export, re-export and introduction from the sea, of species covered by the Convention, has to be authorized through a licensing system, including the meat cutting plants and abattoirs which are licensed through the EU Food Standards Agency
Ostrich meat is known to be low in both fat and cholesterol levels, and is therefore a very healthy red meat option. We recommend that you serve this meat pink in the centre, rare if possible, to enjoy this product at its most tender and succulent best.
- Ostrich Burgers are back ! This ever-popular burger has been off the menu for a while, but we are really happy to be able to re-introduce it this year. We have come up with a lovely recipe that brings out the flavour of the ostrich meat, which as ever is low in both fat and cholesterol content - a real healthy option. The burgers weigh 6oz (170g) and are packed in two's. Learn More£3.95
- Whole muscles can be rolled and roasted for dinner parties - again, do not overcook this tender joint. It does make a superb Wellington in place of beef - the pastry keeping the tender meat succulent and moist. This joint will comfortably feed four adults. Learn More£30.00
- Whole muscles can be rolled and roasted for dinner parties - again, do not overcook this tender joint. It does make a superb Wellington in place of beef - the pastry keeping the tender meat succulent and moist. Learn More£15.00
- Ostrich Fillet Stir Fry is one of the easiest, most nutritional ways to cook Ostrich. Add your own choice of vegetables such as brocolli, spring onion, asparagus tips and red and yellow peppers - not only incredibly quick but also very, very good for you. Learn More£9.00