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Meat from butchers can be anything from farm assured meat through to the highest standard of meat, organic, with many other systems of rearing animals in between, such as outdoor reared, grass fed and free range. At Coombe Farm Organic all our meat is organic and butchered here on the farm. We approach butchery with a whole-carcass perspective. That means when our butchers start working, their intention is always to make the most of the carcass, from head to hoof. We don't believe in wasting anything, so they have to be sure that the cuts they produce make the best use of the animal and are what people want to buy.
Organic and non-organic meat differ by the standards to which they are reared and ultimately slaughtered. Organic animals are given the freedom to live their lives as nature intended, roaming freely, feeding on a natural diet, and with minimal intervention of medicines, and no use of fertilisers and pesticides. Organic meat has to be certified, all of our organic meat at Coombe Farm Organic is certified by the Soil Association, the decision to work with the Soil Association's was, if we’re honest, a no-brainer. They demand some of the most stringent standards in the world of farming and food production. This ensures that the quality of everything carrying the Soil Association stamp is impeccable.
Organic meat comes from animals that have been reared in accordance to strictly governed, regulated and inspected rules and procedures. At Coombe Farm Organic we are certified organic by the Soil Association. The decision to work with the Soil Association was a no brainer as they demand some of the most stringent standards in the world of farming and food production. This ensures that the quality of everything carrying the Soil Association stamp is impeccable. Animal welfare is the top priority when rearing organic animals, only natural pesticides can be used, and GM ingredients are not permitted. Livestock live free range lives, meaning they can roam and forage as nature intended and we believe that happy animals make the highest quality meat.
When choosing meat to purchase, it is worth carrying out some research. There are a number of studies that suggest organic meat is a healthier option – higher in Omega 3, Amino Acids and Healthy Fats.