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Mangaroa Farms

Mangaroa Porterhouse/Sirloin Steak

Mangaroa Porterhouse/Sirloin Steak

Regular price $18.49 NZD
Regular price Sale price $18.49 NZD
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Mangaroa Farms' beef sirloin is excellent for grilling or roasting. Enjoy juicy and flavorful meat, ideal for special dinners, raised on lush pastures.

Order Details: Once ordered, your frozen package will be carefully packed and sent on Thursday morning. Greater Wellington customers will receive same-day delivery (if the shipping option is selected), and North Island deliveries will arrive on Fridays.


Important Information:

  • All meat is sent frozen: Please do not re-freeze your meat if it is noticeably thawed. Instead, store it in the fridge and consume it within 5 days.
  • Best before dates: Please don’t be alarmed if you receive your meat after its “Best Before” date. The date is when the meat is packaged fresh, and we freeze our meat immediately after processing. If your meat is frozen when it arrives, it is okay to keep it frozen and extend the shelf life of the meat for a long time. If your meat is defrosted, please store it in the fridge and consume it within 5 days.
  • Sorry, rural folks: Unfortunately, due to the potential of shipping delays which could result in defrosted meat, we can’t deliver to rural addresses at this stage.


Pick-up Information: Prefer to pick up your order? Visit us at the Mangaroa Farm Shop located at 98 Whitemans Valley Road, Upper Hutt. You can find directions and view our opening hours at the Google Maps link here.


Questions: For any enquiries, please contact us at shop@mangaroa.org. We’re happy to help.

 

Thank you again for your support in our regenerative farming efforts.

 

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Resilience & Regeneration

Our veges are grown locally on our farm with no harmful sprays/chemicals inside our greenhouse, or outside in one of our classic 25m long garden beds. Happy herds of sheep, cows, and chickens are grazed in the pastures nearby, working as part of a regenerative system that nourishes the underground soil microbes, and giving back to Papatūānuku.