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Green Meadows Launches the Ultimate Father’s Day Gift Box

Green Meadows Beef Launches the Ultimate Father’s Day Gift Box for Steak Loving Kiwi Dads


Green Meadows Beef, producers of premium 100% grass-fed, free-range Angus beef from Taranaki has launched a Father’s Day Box for meat loving dads. Ideal for all fathers that fancy a good steak or two, the $99 ‘Godfather Box’ can be justly described as the ultimate in man presents. It will contain a range of Green Meadows Beef, Culley's Smoked Chilli Salt, 'Dad Fuel' muesli from The Muesli Hub and a plunger pack of Ozone Coffee. It can be purchased online at www.greenmeadowsbeef.co.nz and will be available to order until midday on Wednesday 4 September 2014.

“What man wouldn’t prefer a juicy steak over a tie or pair of socks,” says Green Meadows Beef Director, Nick Carey. “Our Godfather Box is a unique gift, full of aged beef and other treats ideal for a meat-loving Kiwi dad. The beef is quite different to anything they would have picked up in the supermarket. The aging process of the meat adds a depth of flavor that you just won't find in most supermarket cuts. We have some fantastic suppliers on board this year as well. Ozone Coffee, The Muesli Hub and Culley’s have all provided some deliciously different and tasty products that dad is sure to love.”

“It’s also a quick and easy option,” he adds. “If you’ve left gift buying until the last minute, you can jump on our website, order a Godfather Box and it will be with Dad in time for Father’s Day.”

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.

Along with the Godfather Box, a number of other shopping options are available, from 5kg boxes to larger 20kg packs and custom cuts. The beef is delivered free of charge, directly from the farm and Green Meadows Beef’s own butchery to the front door.

The Godfather Box and all other Green Meadows Beef products are available through www.greenmeadowsbeef.co.nz. For more information on the other The Godfather box suppliers, visit www.ozonecoffee.com, www.themueslihub.co.nz and www.culleys.co.nz.

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