Venison is characterful meat that has a long history on British tables. It may have been the preserve of the rich and royal for many centuries, but it's growing in popularity now. Even when they're 'farmed', deer very much remain wild animals. They're not domesticated in the way sheep, pigs and cattle are, so that has to be a major consideration for farmers who breed deer for venison.
At Coombe Farm, we're lucky enough to work with one of only seven Soil Association Certified Venison Farms in the UK. The welfare of the animals is of the utmost importance, and to keep them healthy and stress-free they must be given the liberty to roam and follow their natural instincts. Their diet of grass is supplemented only when necessary with hay, peas, spelt and barley grown on the farm. So the meat they produce is clean and untainted by chemicals.
Ingredients: Venison (94.7%), Cranberries (4.7%), Salt*, Pepper.
Additional Information: Asterix (*) denotes non-organic ingredients. See allergens in Bold. Please note this is produced in an environment that handles nuts (including peanuts), seeds, cereals, celery, soya and products containing gluten.
Nutritional’s per 100g: Energy 417 kJ/ 98 Kcal. Fat 1.5g, Of which saturates 0.8g. Carbohydrates 0.