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Plastic versus wooden chopping boards - which is best?

Plastic versus wooden chopping boards - which is best?

It’s a question that’s long plagued professional chefs, home cooks and butchers alike. Wooden chopping boards and butchers blocks have centuries of history and use behind them, there are increasing numbers of people who strongly favour using plastic versions instead. However, we’ll not hang around on the fence here at...

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Our top tips for merchandising in your butcher’s shop

Our top tips for merchandising in your butcher’s shop

Now, although butcher’s knife skills and efficiency are highly valued skills in butchery, it’s often been said that value-adding practices and merchandising are some of the toughest challenges that they also have to contend with. After all, the best meat in the world is no good at all if you...

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The basics to correct labelling in your butcher’s shop

The basics to correct labelling in your butcher’s shop

We take pride in providing high-quality equipment to help butcher's shops of all sizes meet and exceed the demand from their customers. From meat slicers, mincers and bandsaws to butcher's blocks and aprons, we supply everything a butcher could need to create and display the finest cuts of meat. Of...

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3 ways to maximise productivity in your butcher’s shop

3 ways to maximise productivity in your butcher’s shop

The modern butcher faces stiff competition, whether they’re working in a dedicated butcher’s shop, or in-house at a supermarket counter. Whatever the nature of your premises, it’s a good plan to improve productivity in all aspects of the business in order to make the most of busy periods. Improving productivity...

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Is the traditional high street butcher shop dying?

Is the traditional high street butcher shop dying?

If you asked an average passerby when was the last time they visited their local, independent butcher’s shop, there’s a decent chance that many of them wouldn’t be able to remember. For many professionals both inside and outside the industry, this is hardly a surprise. Traditional butcher’s shops are seen...

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The biggest reason why British beef is the envy of the world

The biggest reason why British beef is the envy of the world

People all over the world love beef, and British farmers are hardly the first to have mastered the art of rearing it. But although we face fierce competition from the rest of the world - France in particular is known for the pride it takes in its beef - there’s...

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Essential skills you need to become a successful butcher

Essential skills you need to become a successful butcher

Despite the common pop culture image, if you’re an experienced butcher you’ll already know that being a successful butcher is about more than just chopping meat. There’s no denying that food preparation is a huge part of the job, but from the outside it can be easy to underestimate the...

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The ultimate guide to butcher’s knife steels

The ultimate guide to butcher’s knife steels

When you come to buy a butcher’s knife, you’ll often find that a honing steel is essential to keep it in good condition. After all, if your butcher’s knives aren’t sharp, they’re not going to be a whole lot of use to you. That’s why, as well as stocking a...

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Which is better: wet ageing or dry ageing meat?

Which is better: wet ageing or dry ageing meat?

If your idea of a great meal is a slab of beef steak cooked to mouth-watering perfection, you probably know that ageing meat brings out the best flavours. This is why, for example, aged steak is a premium dish in top restaurants, and why few people opt for cheap cuts...

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The best tools to sharpen your butcher's knife

The best tools to sharpen your butcher's knife

It's no secret that working with a dull knife can be difficult. It requires more physical effort, costs you time and delivers sub-standard results, as well as putting you at risk of an accident. Like any tool, knives require maintenance to ensure they continue to work effectively, but with so...

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