Chiltern Artisan

Beef Biltong Original Grab and Go Packs

£3.00
  • Beef Biltong Original Grab and Go Packs
Beef Biltong Original Grab and Go Packs Beef Biltong Original Grab and Go Packs Beef Biltong Original Grab and Go Packs

Chiltern Artisan

Beef Biltong Original Grab and Go Packs

£3.00

Description

Handmade Beef Biltong Packs

Our snack packs are perfect for lunchboxes, your gym bag or work bag. Make sure you have a couple tucked away for those interminable commuter journeys.

Our grab bags are a more substantial serving, great for sharing or for longer journeys. Take them with you when you go mountain biking, climbing or on a long walk - protein is a great boost when doing endurance exercise.

Remember, biltong is great for sharing. Take a pack or two with you when you go mountain biking, climbing or on a long walk - protein is a great boost when doing endurance exercise.

Beef Biltong

Beef Biltong is high in protein and delicious. We trim off excess fat and the marbling of natural fat through the meat gives beef biltong its succulence. It is a softer texture than venison biltong and has that great beef flavour.

Our beef comes from our carefully selected butchers in the Chilterns, much of it from local beef herds and is hand-cut into fillets that are chosen for shape, grain and texture.

What's in our Beef Biltong?

Carefully selected cuts of prime beef, sourced from local butchers and farms. Our butcher carefully prepares the meat before rubbing it in spices and herbs brought from his hometown in South Africa.

When we make Beef Biltong, it is dehydrated for five to six days. We use 200g of Beef for every 100g of biltong product. Concentrated meaty goodness!

Ingredients

Prime Beef, flavouring.

Flavouring: celery, maize flour, maize meal, colourants, flavour enhancer (MSG, E621), hydrogenated vegetable fat (palm fruit), anticaking agent, acidity regulator, spice extract (antioxidant TBHQ)], salt, spices, sugar. Preservative potassium sorbate.

Allergens: Celery 

Prepared in an area where foods containing Milk, Egg, Soy and Wheat Gluten may have been used.