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Green Meadows Beef Expands Market In Wellington/New Plymouth

Green Meadows Beef Continues To Grow Demand. Export- Quality, 100% Grass-Fed Beef Now Available In Wellington & New Plymouth

Green Meadows Beef, 100% grass-fed, free-range, export–quality Angus beef from South Taranaki, has responded to increased demand for their beef by making it available in two North Island food stores. Moore Wilson in Wellington and Fresha in New Plymouth are now both stocking a wide variety of Green Meadows Beef, from Scotch Fillet and Rump Steaks to Premium Beef Mince.

Moore Wilson will publicly launch Green Meadows Beef at an in-store tasting event on Sunday, 7 April from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Wellington chef, Liam Brash, who has worked at The Savoy in London, will be cooking up a variety of gourmet bite-sized beef treats for the public to try. Green Meadows Beef Directors, Michael and Nick Carey, will be on hand to answer questions about the different cuts of beef and the Green Meadows Beef way of farming.

The Fresha launch event will take place in-store on Saturday, 13 April from 10:00am to 2:00pm. The Carey Family will again be in attendance to meet customers in person and showcase the different cuts of Green Meadows Beef.

“We are proud to be able to offer our customers the finest Angus beef that Taranaki has to offer,” says Stephen Shaw, Fresha Food Store owner.

“Moore Wilson and Fresha both share our passion for great tasting, high quality New Zealand food. They are the perfect partners for the next stage in the development of our business and we are flattered that they have chosen to stock Green Meadows Beef,” adds Nick Carey. “We’re looking forward to making it even easier for customers to find export-quality, grass-fed New Zealand Angus beef and discover why the taste, texture and colour are so superior to anything you’d find in a regular supermarket.”

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. All animals are reared ethically, fed their natural diet and allowed to roam freely. They receive the best of care, which includes drinking household quality water from troughs filled by the local Cold Creek community water scheme.

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

For more information on Green Meadows Beef, visit www.greenmeadowsbeef.co.nz. Green Meadows Beef can also be found on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. For further details on Moore Wilson’s and Fresha, visit www.moorewilson.co.nz and www.fresha.net.nz.

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.

The 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 throughout New Zealand.

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