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New MuscleFood.com order

Discussion in 'La Cuisine' started by Ace Modder, Feb 27, 2018.

  1. Ace Modder

    Antec Rep

    Joined: Sep 8, 2003

    Posts: 22,680

    Location: 150 yds from OcUK


    I tend to use musclefood a fair bit, but I've just placed my biggest order to date.

    1 x 2.5kg Premium Chicken Breast Fillets
    2 x 170g Matured Free Range Picanha Steaks
    2 x 170g Matured Pure Rump Steaks™
    2 x 170g Free Range Hache Steaks
    20 x 20g Extra Lean Free Range Meatballs
    1 x 400g Extra Lean Free Range Steak Mince
    1 x Extra Lean Diced Beef - 400g
    2 x 113g Extra Lean Steak Burgers
    1 x Dragons Fire Glazed Chicken Breasts - 1kg
    2 x 5oz Hickory BBQ Chicken Steaks
    2 x Chicken Mini Fillets - 200g
    2 x 113g Sweet Chilli Chicken Burgers
    2 x 113g Extra Lean Chicken Burgers
    6 x 75g Low Fat Pork Sausages
    10 x 35g Low Fat Back Bacon Medallions
    1 x Chicken Fajita Stir Fry - (1 Person)
    5 Spice Pork Meat Bag - 1 Person-1 x Pack
    1 x Luxury Meat Seasoning – 25g
    1 x The Ultimate Make One Change Recipe Guide
    2 x Kellogg's Nuts & More Bar-1 Bar-Chewy Chocolate
    1 x Mango lime Water Energy Drink 400ml-1 Bottle
    1 x 2.5kg Premium Chicken Breast Fillets
    4 x Extra Lean Free Range Steak Mince - 200g
    2 x 170g Matured Free Range Sirloin Steaks
    2 x 113g Matured Free Range Minute Steaks
    1 x Giant Free Range Beef Meatballs - 200g
    2 x 5oz Hickory BBQ Chicken Steaks
    1 x 2 x 113g Free Range Rump Steak Burgers
    10 x 35g Low Fat Back Bacon Medallions
    6 x 75g Meaty Cumberland Sausages
    1 x Chicken Mini Fillets - 200g
    Gluten Free Breaded Chicken Goujons 320g-1 Pack

    £108 all in.
  2. Cleisthenes


    Joined: Jul 29, 2013

    Posts: 7,551

    Location: TN1

    You must have an enormous freezer
  3. Ace Modder

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    Joined: Sep 8, 2003

    Posts: 22,680

    Location: 150 yds from OcUK

    Actually it is a amazing that when you take the stuff out of the plastic packaging and bag them into food bags how much less space it takes up. Some things come vaccum sealed, like the chicken fillets 2.5kg, they have to be rebagged. But the stuff like the burgers, two in a plastic carton, these can be reduced massively in size easily.
  4. seabiscuit

    OcUK Staff

    Joined: Jan 12, 2009

    Posts: 2,246

    Location: OcUK HQ

    So is that the meat feast pizza toppings for Saturday?
  5. Ace Modder

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    Joined: Sep 8, 2003

    Posts: 22,680

    Location: 150 yds from OcUK

    haha Simon.
  6. Reppyboyo


    Joined: May 3, 2004

    Posts: 3,021

    I tend to only buy their bundles every now and then.
    Otherwise I dont find them much cheaper than supermarkets or my local butcher.
  7. Hedge


    Joined: Oct 18, 2002

    Posts: 17,568

    Location: Somewhere in the middle.

    I find that when I freeze loads of meat I can rarely be bothered to defrost it so end up eating other stuff instead.

    For that reason I tend to avoid stockpiling loads of stuff.

    Their prices are decent but to be honest supermarkets etc are about the same.
  8. Swinbag

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Nov 30, 2008

    Posts: 1,181

    Few people at my work order this stuff regularly, is it worth trying? There always seems to be an offer going.
  9. Rotty


    Joined: Oct 18, 2002

    Posts: 40,276

    Location: Notts

    I have done a couple of times but the quality is really bad
  10. tlrBeta

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Jul 1, 2008

    Posts: 1,503

    Location: Birmingham

    I've been using them quite a lot recently, £10 for 5kg for chicken (thanks to an offer) every fortnight, then I just top up the order to hit the £25 minimum order fee.

    - Chicken has been fine, not a lot / any water added - overall I'm impressed so far.
    - The steak burger I had last night was good :)
    - The slow cook goulash etc
    - Sausages I recently brought have also been fairly good.

    Customer service has been fairly good also. I've had unable to deliver (due to all that snow in December) - replacement shipment sent. Also the chicken arriving in packages opened within the box (refund given / or offer of replacement next day). I can't really ask for more then that.
  11. robfosters


    Joined: Dec 1, 2010

    Posts: 33,644

    Location: Welling, London

    Online meat ordering is not for me. Meat is the one product that I want to choose myself.
  12. jpaul


    Joined: Mar 1, 2010

    Posts: 10,279

    from 8feb
    The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) have today published details of a recall of meat products by Muscle Food.

    Muscle Food is recalling certain meat products supplied by DB Foods Ltd due to incorrect use-by dates.
    - DB foods apparently own muscle foods



    associated companies

    Registered AddressUnit L The Fulcrum
    Vantage Way
    Dorset BH12 4NU

    Registered AddressUnit L Fulcrum Business Park
    Vantage Way
    Dorset BH12 4NU

    Brookfield Farm produces high welfare English veal, beef and pork fresh from the West Country. All producers for Brookfield Farm have the RSPCA's Freedom Food accreditation, further supporting our commitment to farm animal welfare.


    if musclefoods sell stuff from Brookfield then could be good

    Last edited: Feb 28, 2018
  13. krooton


    Joined: May 9, 2004

    Posts: 25,816

    Location: Leafy outskirts of London

    I binned MF a few years ago, Great British Meat Co is my go to for big orders, and Farminson if I want something special.
  14. danb21t


    Joined: Oct 30, 2009

    Posts: 422

    Location: High Wycombe, Bucks

    Musclefood chicken is generally very good, decent sized breasts with no added water. Only ever had an issue with the packaging once and they replaced straight away.

    I think their extra lean steak mince is worth while when its on special, really nice tasting, meaty mince.

    The rest of it however, meh.
  15. lookitsjonno


    Joined: Sep 10, 2003

    Posts: 4,257

    Location: Midlands

    Most of their meat comes from eastern Europe so I tend to avoid.
  16. CHokKA


    Joined: May 17, 2004

    Posts: 3,636

    Location: Home

    Yeah I was the same with Westin Gourmet. I had one order from them, saw the country of origin for the meat and never ordered from them again. It might come across as snobby, but I prefer knowing that the meat I buy is British.
  17. jpaul


    Joined: Mar 1, 2010

    Posts: 10,279

    Westin & muscle are the same company addresses - part of D-B foods -

    Hopefully he will post up some pictures of the origin labels ? - the deliveries late - no ?