Meat from a butcher in Zambia is usually sourced from local farms, making the meat fresher and the journey from the farm to your plate considerably shorter. Supermarket meat is packaged in a factory. Every town and city will have butcheries. Larger supermarkets will have in store a department that sells meat and poultry, this may also be called the butchery.
Livestock slaughter plants or abattoir custom-slaughter cattle, sheep, swine, and goats raised by owners or purchased live. The meat is distributed to butcheries. A pure slaughterhouse will just do the dispatch of animals. An abattoir does slaughter and meat processing. By the time an animal has gone through it has been reduced to carcasses, bones, offal, blood and skin.
In Zambia, most livestock is naturally fed on free-range farms making the meat the best for human consumption. The meat processing system involves a few steps: starting with slaughtering the livestock, secondly, cutting the carcass using the connector, and finally inspecting the meat is packaged, processed into various items, distributed to the retailers, and sold to the customers.
Packaging meat helps to prevent spoilage, weight losses and enhance customer acceptability. Of meat products. Butcheries stores most commonly use a stretchable plastic meat film coupled with a bottom foam tray.
Find a butchery listed here to order online and have your meet delivered to your door.