Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 


Green Meadows Beef Raises The Steaks

Media Release Date: Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Green Meadows Beef Raises The Steaks

Family owned producer of premium New Zealand grass-fed beef shakes up the industry with innovative website, export-quality cuts and farm to front door delivery. Green Meadows Beef, a new family business that produces 100% grass-fed, free-range beef, is bringing a fresh approach to beef marketing and delivery so that New Zealanders can enjoy healthier, tastier and more ethically produced meat.

The Carey family founded Green Meadows Beef after realising that the best New Zealand beef is exported and never made available to the local market. The Carey family believe that Green Meadows Beef has a much better flavour, taste and colour compared to the beef presently available to New Zealanders.

“All of our animals are farmed ethically and fed their natural diet in the lush green pastures of South Taranaki,” says Nick Carey, Director at Green Meadows Beef. “They receive the best of care, which includes drinking household quality water from troughs filled by the local Cold Creek community water scheme. We believe it’s these details that give our beef its superior flavour and texture, as well as that beautiful vibrant red colour.”

To make it as easy as possible for New Zealanders to access the Green Meadows Beef products, the family ship free of charge throughout both the North and South Islands. They have also developed an easy to use website at www.greenmeadowsbeef.co.nz for online ordering.

The Green Meadows Beef cuts have already been met with approval from New Zealand chefs, home cooks and food bloggers.

Delaney Mes, who is a food writer for Metro and also writes the New Zealand food blog, Heartbreak Pie, says:

“The steak I cooked up was absolutely delicious. It’s good to see a product you can buy directly and that you know exactly where it's come from. Consumers are certainly becoming more informed. When they eat meat, they want quality. People are also becoming more environmentally conscious and wanting to be less wasteful and use more parts of the animal, so having a wider variety of cuts on offer is ideal.”

For more information on Green Meadows Beef and to order online, visit www.greenmeadowsbeef.co.nz. Green Meadows Beef can also be found on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

-- About Green Meadows Beef Green Meadows Beef is a New Zealand, family owned producer of export quality, 100% grass-fed beef. The Carey family founded Green Meadows Beef in 2012 after realising that a large amount of the best New Zealand beef is exported and never made available to New Zealanders. They are passionate about providing Kiwis with premium, export quality, 100% grass-fed beef that is natural, healthy and tastes good.

Green Meadows Beef is a true family effort, led by Michael and Margy Carey, and their sons, Nick Carey, Brent Carey and Karl Carey. After 30 years in the New Zealand dairy industry, Michael was drawn to the opportunities presented by farming premium grass- fed beef. His extensive knowledge of animal management is complemented by Nick Carey’s business and marketing expertise.

Their 420-acre Green Meadows Beef farm is located in Coastal Taranaki.

Green Meadows Beef products can be purchased online at www.greenmeadowsbeef.co.nz and delivered free of charge throughout New Zealand.

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Cosmetics & Pollution: Proposal To Ban Microbeads

Cosmetic products containing microbeads will be banned under a proposal announced by the Minister for the Environment today. Marine scientists have been advocating for a ban on the microplastics, which have been found to quickly enter waterways and harm marine life. More>>

ALSO:

NIWA: 2016 New Zealand’s Warmest Year On Record

Annual temperatures were above average (0.51°C to 1.20°C above the annual average) throughout the country, with very few locations observing near average temperatures (within 0.5°C of the annual average) or lower. The year 2016 was the warmest on record for New Zealand, based on NIWA’s seven-station series which begins in 1909. More>>

ALSO:

Farewell 2016: NZ Economy Flies Through 2016's Political Curveballs

Dec. 23 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's economy batted away some curly political curveballs of 2016 to end the year on a high note, with its twin planks of a booming construction sector and rampant tourism soon to be joined by a resurgent dairy industry. More>>

ALSO:


NZ Economy: More Growth Than Expected In 3rd Qtr

Dec. 22 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's economy grew at a faster pace than expected in the September quarter as a booming construction sector continued to underpin activity, spilling over into related building services, and was bolstered by tourism and transport ... More>>

  • NZ Govt - Solid growth for NZ despite fragile world economy
  • NZ Council of Trade Unions - Government needs to ensure economy raises living standards
  • KiwiRail Goes Deisel: Cans electric trains on partially electrified North Island trunkline

    Dec. 21 (BusinessDesk) – KiwiRail, the state-owned rail and freight operator, said a small fleet of electric trains on New Zealand’s North Island would be phased out over the next two years and replaced with diesel locomotives. More>>

  • KiwiRail - KiwiRail announces fleet decision on North Island line
  • Greens - Ditching electric trains massive step backwards
  • Labour - Bill English turns ‘Think Big’ into ‘Think Backwards’
  • First Union - Train drivers condemn KiwiRail’s return to “dirty diesel”
  • NZ First - KiwiRail Going Backwards for Xmas
  • NIWA: The Year's Top Science Findings

    Since 1972 NIWA has operated a Clean Air Monitoring Station at Baring Head, near Wellington... In June, Baring Head’s carbon dioxide readings officially passed 400 parts per million (ppm), a level last reached more than three million years ago. More>>

    ALSO:

    Get More From Scoop

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Business
    Search Scoop  
     
     
    Powered by Vodafone
    NZ independent news