About us – Wholesale meat suppliers
We are a seasoned and trusted wholesale bulk meat supplier with customers all over the UK who rely on us to provide the freshest and highest-quality meat available.
All of our products are hand-selected from our merchants to ensure consistent quality. We will be able to meet all of your demands thanks to our large product selection.
We can always get our things at the lowest possible price because of our great supplier relationships, and we pass those savings on to our clients.
We understand that everyone’s tastes are different, so we hand-pick meat based on the preferences of our customers. Regular feedback is always welcome to ensure that our customers are happy with the products we recommend.
There is no cost for delivery! We’ll collaborate with you to find the best delivery option. All wholesale meat purchases received by 9 p.m. will be delivered by 9 a.m. the next day – that’s less than 12 hours!
We’ve created solid ties with a variety of suppliers over the last 40 years to guarantee we always have lots of high-quality meats. The majority of our vendors provide us with early access to their inventory. This ensures that we get the freshest, highest-quality beef available, as well as the most up-to-date use-by dates.
Where can I find a quality wholesale meat supplier?
Whelan meats, of course! Our main goal is to deliver outstanding customer service and to always go above and beyond for our customers. We take pride in our ability to properly communicate so that you are always aware of the greatest products at the best prices. You can buy your meats from us in just 3 easy steps:
Step 1 – Complete our contact form with a brief explanation of your requirements.
Step 2 – A member of our staff will contact you within one full working day to have a quick talk about your requirements.
Step 3 – You’ll be given a phone number and an email address to use for future orders. Within 24 hours, you will receive all products, delivered fresh and free of charge.
What meats do you supply?
We offer a wide variety of quality naturally reared meat from around the UK, some being common such as the finest naturally reared beef, pork, lamb and poultry to more specialised meats like game and deli meat.
We offer a wide range of cuts of meat such as beef brisket, steak beef ribs, sausages, beef wagyu steak, bbq picanha beef, pork ribs etc and we also offer wholesale halal meat.
For more information on what we have in stock or prices, please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you can request a call back by completing an online form on our website.
What kind of customer buys wholesale meat?
Whelan Meat provides high-quality, cost-effective meat to any significant organization that wants to provide the highest level of meat to its clients. Our usual customers would be a butchers shop, retail stores, caterers, restaurants and hotels.
What meats are a good, healthy alternative to beef?
Beef is most likely the first item that comes to mind when you think about meat. The variety of steak cuts alone implies that a dedicated meat-eater can go their entire lives without ever considering other animal proteins, with the exception of the occasional dosage of bacon. Of course, that strategy implies this individual would lose out on a variety of other red meat delicacies, including lamb, which is a perennial favourite. Lamb might be difficult to cook, but the end product can be a flavour explosion unlike any other.
Still, which of these meats is best for you when it comes down to it? Obviously, no one expects red meat to be the be-all and end-all of nutritious diets, but it’s always a plus if that delectable protein is also rather good for the old health. So, without further ado, let’s find out which is healthier: lamb or beef?
Despite being fatter than beef, lamb is more likely to be grass-fed, and as a result, it contains more omega-3 fatty acids than grass-fed cattle, according to Cafe Evergreen.
Lamb can be a rich source of vitamin B, zinc, iron, and selenium when consumed in moderation. It’s a good source of protein because it’s a red meat, and although being rather fatty, it has less marbling than beef. As a result, the majority of the fat on the lamb is on the outside, where it can simply be trimmed away.