Cut from the thickest section of the fillet, the chateaubriand is perfect for roasting as a joint...
The shoulder is full of flavour and when boneless makes an easy carving roasting joint. When...
Unsmoked free range gammon from the Sussex Downs. With a mild salty flavour it is...
If you're after a stunning roasting joint that is easy to carve and keeps its...
Veal shin on the bone is an epic component for stews and ragus. Cook low and slow...
Our venison haunch from Hampshire have been boned and rolled neatly into a roasting joint....
For those who want a leaner option, our lean meat hamper is the perfect choice....
Vibrant and aromatic, with the fragrance of lemongrass and turmeric.
Each jar contains 180g.
Red grouse from the Yorkshire moors
About this breed
Hampshire Duroc cross
Cornish Reds and White Cobbs from England
Aberdeen Angus and Hereford breeds from Ireland and the UK
Suffolk Texel cross from Cornwall
Fallow Deer from Hampshire
Rubia Gallega x Frissona
Sutton Hoo, Suffolk. Truly free-range chickens, reared over 40 acres of Suffolk Meadows, run by a small farming family.
Stream Farm, Somerset.
A beautiful organic farm situated high up in the valley focussing on impressive sustainable and regenerative farming practices.
Tom Adams works with Graham Dawe rear cattle, sheep, pigs and chickens over his land that overlooks the picturesque River Tamar.
The estate is owned by the Marquess Townshend, who passed on the baton to his son Viscount Tom Raynham.
Renillo farm in Extremadura rears Iberian black pigs on a foraged natural diet of acorns from October through to March.
Father/son duo Richard and Tom Calver have built a name for their family-run business, creating some of the UK’s finest cheese and now ex-dairy beef.
Father and son John and Tom rear Aberdeen Angus cattle on Norfolk's nutrient rich coastline.
Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk.
Alice and John Pawsey set out to create a biodiverse environment in which to raise their New Zealand Romney sheep.
Creeting St Mary, Suffolk.
Andrew Deacon, at Earl Stonham Farms, specialises in the production of the UK's best pure blood Wagyu beef.
Knowing where our meat comes from is of the utmost importance, providing provenance and transparency for our customers.
When it comes to sourcing meat, we champion small, British, and often family-run farms, where traditional farming techniques have been learnt and upheld across generations, ensuring we are working with the best in the business and supporting diverse ecosystems. The attention to detail these farmers employ is second to none, with animal husbandry and farming in harmony with nature at the forefront of everything they do.
Knowing our farmers
Throughout the years, we have developed close relationships with our suppliers, allowing us to know exactly where our meat comes from. Regular trips to visit our suppliers and inspect the abattoirs they are slaughtered, ensures total traceability, and instils in us the confidence that these animals are being cared for in the most humane and ethical way.
At HG Walter, we want to make sure we are doing the right thing, in the proper way.
Sourcing breeds that are native to the UK is of the utmost importance to us, as it not only helps to maintain heritage breeds that have framed this country’s agricultural landscape, but it just tastes better too.
Native breeds’ durability against the UK’s elements ensures they can live a healthy free-range life, devoid of antibiotics, grazing and foraging on the land they have evolved with. These animals live active lifestyles and are slow grown to perfection, translating directly into their flavour and texture.