Hudson Meats to relocate

hudson meatsButcher and deli, Hudson Meats, will relocate from Surry Hills to Rose Bay this October.

The new store, which will be formally opened by owners Jeff Winfield and Colin Holt, will provide the same produce and service to customers in the eastern suburbs the company is known for.

“We have always wanted to have a store in Rose Bay and with the end of lease at Surry Hills, now was the perfect time to relocate,” said Winfield and Holt.

“We’re excited about taking our specialty, premium and natural pasture-raised products, as well the amazing range of deli items and dry goods to Rose Bay.”

The owners said some of the products their new store will have will include six-week grass-fed dry-aged beef, handmade sausages and Hudson Meats’ Black Berkshire leg ham for Christmas.

Hudson Meats also offers hands-on butchery classes, events, catering and recipe ideas.

In August 2007, Winfield left the world of IT and Holt hung up his apron as a two-hatted chef and they opened the doors of the first store on Crown Street, Surry Hills. Following the success of Surry Hills, Hudson Meats opened stores in Cammeray, Lane Cove, Mosman, Drummoyne and Toorak, their first shop in Victoria. Hudson Meats now offer customers online shopping and home delivery.

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