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Local Lad Brings Meat Head to Market

These days many people love to try and keep fit and stay healthy. Healthy living has become a huge trend, and for many people, maintaining a well presented physique and looking their best is high on their list of priorities

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Meat-Head, is a locally based online meat company which is growing day in and day out since its launch two months ago. If you ever thought going to the local butcher was a chore or found it difficult to source good qualitfy meat, then Meat-Head is certainly worth looking at.

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The company delivers freshly prepared meat to your chosen location with a fully tracked service and offers next day delivery. They are making waves on social media, with over 6,000 fans on Facebook already and customers are impressed with their affordable prices.

Meat-Head is a brand new company which sells over 70 meat products online. They are a British Red Tractor approved company with a team of well experienced butchers and are starting to create quite a name for their famous home-made burgers and sausages.

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Nathan, a local lad who set up the company, was inspired by his Granddad who built up his own meat empire supplying restaurants and pubs across the North-East for many years. He is currently a business student at Northumbria University and splits his time between his studies and running the business.

Meat-Head offer all types of meat including chicken, beef, lamb and pork and are aiming to add more to their product range this summer.

Website: www.meat-head.co.uk

Meat-Head Facebook page

Twitter: @Meat_HeadUK

Instagram: @MeatHeadUK

 

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