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Butchers/Butcheries in the Vaal Triangle (Vanderbijpark, Vereeniging, Sasolburg and Meyerton).
The norm for consumers has become to purchase their meat; meat products and dairy from supermarket shelves, forgetting that the more traditional form of butcheries in the Vaal Triangle still exist. When entering a butchery in the Vaal Triangle (Vanderbijlpark, Vereeniging, Sasolburg and Meyerton), one often gets that nostalgic feeling of when you were a child. Walls laden with taxidermy wild animals, the smell of herbs and spices hanging in the air and the unending fridges full of the most delicious meat and meat products available on the market welcoming you.
Butcheries in the Vaal Triangle have realized that a supermarket butchery simply cannot compare and have carried forth all traditional recipes, preparation methods and products over from years and years of family experience to keep on supplying consumers with quality meat and meat products at affordable prices.
Butcheries in the Vaal Triangle have become, much like in the past, more of a close family than only a list of regular clientele, so much so that owners and staff are able to get to know their clients on a first name basis.
As a butchery in the Vaal Triangle gets their meat directly from the farmer or the wholesaler, the meat is on a much higher level of quality and the prices are able to stay below those of a retail supermarket’s.
As family traditions and recipes are continued, a butchery in the Vaal Triangle is the only place where you can still find traditional items such as cherry-bacon kebabs and home-style pork crackling.
A butchery in the Vaal Triangle does not only stock meat but proudly provides the community with locally produced eggs, vegetables, spices and even home-baked goods. They are thereby able to give their clients more of a homemade experience, thereby further securing long-term relationships.
A reputable butchery in the Vaal Triangle usually offers specials on certain products or products designed with clients’ pets in mind such as dog food or bone meal and bones, making it a one stop place for their clients to pick up their meat and that of their beloved pets.
And a reputable butchery in the Vaal Triangle would always offer hampers that are available in different sizes and have been priced to be a bit less than the standard price per kilogram per product. This entices the client to purchase in bulk and keep on returning for a monthly hamper that has been specially designed for their monthly requirements.