In a world of 'on demand' everything, we can get all we need at the click of a button.
Problem is, it's not always what's best for us.
Uber Eats, Netflix, online gambling, gaming, vaping and more..
McKenzie's Meats is changing this with nutrient-dense, freshly cut grass-fed meat delivered to your door 'on demand'.
It's called MM ON DEMAND.
Maximise your health on the go
Eating nutrient-dense food that is highly satiating is the fastest way to maximise your health. With bio-available nutrients found in animal products your body thrives, is full of energy, it wants for nothing.
Cravings and sugar crashes are a thing of the past.
With McKenzie's Meats you get locally grown, fresh grass-fed and finished meat delivered to your door whenever you want. At home you have no excuse not to eat nutrient-dense.
But, what about when you're away from home?
We are very proud to introduce our new products - Spicery natural spices! Spicery is a family business based in Canberra who share our health first values. They make delicious, flavoursome spices which enhance (not overwhelm) the flavour of your meat and veggies, adding variety and sophistication to your home cooking. Spicery is a family business founded and run by Emily and David. Their spice recipes have evolved from family recipes and Emily’s love for creative and exotic cooking. All the spices are blended by hand in Australia at Spicery HQ in Canberra. My favourite thing about Spicery? Their products are...
Organic fruit and veggies delivered to your door McKenzie's Meats has partnered with Field to Feast to bring you organic fruit and veggies along with your grass-fed meat. To unlock free delivery with Field to Feast, simply use the discount code MEATCLUB when you purchase your fruit and veggie box from Field to Feast's website. https://www.fieldtofeast.net/ We'll deliver your fruit and veggie box to your door with your next meatbox. Keep reading to find out more about Field to Feast or, go right ahead and order your first fruit and veggie box! Fruit and veggies in a McKenzie's Meats blog,...