Slow Food London. We have been added to their list of approved retailers in capital.

About Slow Food London

The Slow Food movement is an idea, a way of living and a way of eating. It is a grassroots movement created in 1989 in Italy by Carlo Petrini to counter the rise of fast food and fast life. To date, it counts over 100.000 members in more than 150 countries worldwide. They promote the links between the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment. In the fast modern junk food environment, Slow Food is the voice of calm, reason and quality. They encourage consumers to maximise the enjoyment taken in eating and sharing food, and promotes the consumption of sustainable sourcing and locally produced food.

Slow food from Morley Butchers

As a butcher who specialises in offering the very best quality meat to our customers we are delighted to be approved by the organisation.

We select the best suppliers so our customers can be confident that the meat they buy from us is not only good eating but comes from a traceable source where the animals have had a wholesome free range lifestyle, enjoyed high welfare standards and a natural diet.

Animals that are reared by non-intensive traditional farming methods and are truly free range (with lots of exercise) grow far more slowly as a result. This slow natural growth results in superior meat for your plate.

The high standards of our suppliers ensures that you get better taste, succulence and flavour in your cooking and entertaining.

Quality supplier examples

If you would like more detail on two of our award winning suppliers, about the way they farm and feed their animals follow the links below to find out more.

Blythburgh Free Range Pork: Lots of detail on their farming and why their Pork tastes so good. Plus an interesting video.

Fosse Meadows Free Range Chicken: Find out about their diet, environment, natural development and more.

Our own slow food products

Its not just our suppliers that qualify for Slow Food approval our own traditional products also qualify. We produce our own Gammon here in the shop using the best cuts from Blythburgh Pork and a (slow) 28 day Dry Cure process. Biltong and Boerewors are also made on the premises to traditional South African technique and recipes – marinading and air drying for five days to get a perfect result.

Why not try them for yourself and see how all this slowness makes better food.  Come in and see us and find out just how good they taste?