We believe that eating meat shouldn’t cost
The Ethical Butcher is changing how animals and humans coexist in the food chain and how we view our place in nature.
Our farmers honour natural systems and farm in ways that increase bio-diversity and regenerate the land, having a positive impact on the British countryside.
Many of our farmers have measured a net loss of carbon as a result of the methods they employ, improving soil health and combating climate change.
We believe all farming should be like this, so a proportion of our profits will be channelled into training more farmers in regenerative techniques. Eating meat doesn’t cost the earth.
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Pork and Lamb
We've just taken a second and delivery of lamb and pork from Balcaskie Estate in Fife, Scotland. The estate is PFLA and Soil Association organic certified and is working to improve biodiversity as well as lowering the use of external inputs year on year.
Our beef is always 100% pasture-fed and good for the Earth. Sourced only from farms that meet our high expectations, this is beef as it should be.
Our lamb is guaranteed to be pasture-fed and free of any unnatural additives. You’ll find no hormones and no antibiotics in our sheep cuts: just grass-fed lamb, as it should be.
Continuing our commitment to innovation, we are delighted and proud to announce the addition of whole carcass, soy-free pork to our range. After 18 months of trial and error, Redwoods Farm now offer a mix of rare breed pigs reared on a diet of woodland forage, pasture and homemade soy-free feed and taste unlike any supermarket pork you’ll find. We also continue to offer select cuts from Dingley Dell Farm as we aim to be 100% soy-free in the near future.
Curated meat collections for every occasion. Our boxes range from the luxurious collections to impress guests through to family basics, all offer great value from the list price and reflect seasonal availability of meats and other products from our network of producers
Our venison is proudly sourced from Packington Estate which is ancient parkland and kept within a regenerative system.
The deer graze pasture and browse the trees in a natural landscape and are not given any supplemental grains.
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In The Press
'He gave me a ribeye steak to try, a Dexter longhorn cross from Jane’s Farm in Cheshire, and it was as fine a piece of meat as I’ve had, the fat as golden and sweet as toffee and the marbled flesh rich with the flavour of clover'
'Best for meat lovers: The Ethical Butcher.'
For each type of cut, a variety of farms is available - each one is accompanied by a short film that interviews the livestock farmer and explores his or her philosophy.'
“All of the Ethical meat available is produced in a way that has either no effect or a positive effect on the environment, where the animals are reared in ways which means they perform their natural behaviours and eat their natural diet,”
We've been championing The Ethical Butcher for a long time, ever since we first wrote about its crowdfunding scheme in January 2019. We were very excited about the prospect of quality carbonneutral meat being delivered to our homes and, in the current climate, The Ethical Butcher is even better.