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field&flower partner with the Telegraph to offer seasonal meat boxes


By The Drum Team | Editorial

March 23, 2012 | 1 min read

Somerset-based field&flower, the meat box delivery company, has partnered with the Telegraph to offer readers of the newspaper seasonal meat boxes.

The range, which includes half a free-range lamb, will be available to purchase exclusively on the Telegraph website.

Anna Walton, business development manager at the Telegraph, said: “We're pleased to be working with field&flower and look forward to introducing our readers to this fantastic quality meat delivery service.”

James Mansfield, co-owner of field&flower with James Flower, said: “We offer a variety of high welfare premium Somerset meat all year round. From farm to fork, we deliver fresh to your front door direct from North Somerset each week. Along with guaranteed provenance all our meat has been well hung and traditionally butchered.

“We believe field&flower is the perfect for the Telegraph readers. We are thrilled to have been featured in Rose Prince’s The Telegraph Good Produce Guide for the second year running, a great testament.”

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