Where You Can Order Fresh Meat, Poultry, and Seafood For DeliveryWhen meats, poultry, and seafood fly off the shelves at supermarkets, go to the sources.by Rachel Perez .
Nearly two weeks into enhanced community quarantine, you already probably know about the long lines at supermarkets and the long wait for online grocery store deliveries. If you're going our for a supply run, you have to be early, too, so you can get some choice meat, poultry, and seafood, since they fly off the shelves fast. Even if you've landed on a grocery delivery timeslot, these items are still subject to availability.
A workaround to this dilemma is to order from stand-alone stores in advance. Sure, you still have to wait because of the limited manpower during quarantine. Don't expect same-day delivery, but you can place orders in advance.
The availability of Marvs Boqueria's offerings — crabs, prawns, squid, lobster, Lapu-lapu, salmon, and more — depends on what's caught early in the day, so you can be assured that they are fresh. They also have staples, such as tilapia and bangus, which they directly get from reputable sources. Marvs Boqueria also cleans, cuts, and preps your seafood according to your desired specifications. All you have to do when it arrives is to cook or store it in the freezer. Deliver anywhere; no minimum order — you only pay for your seafood and courier fee. Order by messaging them on Instagram or via SMS and Viber at (0917) 851-2732.
Wild Caught by Andre delivers export-grade seafood like baby octopus, tuna sashimi, grilled mackerel, or organic black tiger shrimps to your doorstep. All orders are flash-frozen and vacuum-sealed. Shop via Wild Caught's order form here, email them at email@example.com, or contact them at (0917) 539-3144 or (0920) 925-1659.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Pacific Bay is available at major supermarkets nationwide, but you can also place your order via their website and have fresh seafood, such as shrimps, salmon, or lobster. They also have wagyu beef. Order via Pacific Bay's website.
Rare Food Shop
Rare Food Shop's biggest clients include hotels and restaurants, but it caters to an individual household's needs as well. Rare Food Shop offers beef (Angus beef, wagyu cubes, lamb) pork, chicken (breast fillets, even whole turkeys), and some seafood. They are the exclusive distributor of Nico Bolzico's organic, grass-fed Bolzico Beef. They don't have minimum orders, but they cater to Metro Manila customers only for the time being. Shop via Rare Meat Shop's website.
Urban Meat Trading
Behind Urban Meat Trading are experienced chefs from five-star hotels and fine dining restaurants. They deliver high-quality meats, such as adobo cuts, liempo, ground pork, beef sukiyaki, and more at affordable prices. Message them on Instagram and Facebook or contact them at (0917) 186-6328 to order.
SoLo Meat Group
SoLo Meat Group delivers within Metro Manila only. They source their meats from Australia, New Zealand, and the U.S. All their offerings, such as beef sausages, premium sirloin steak, and more, are 100% grass-fed. To order, visit their website, message them on Instagram or Facebook or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Poultry and dairy needs
Farm to Fork
Farm to Fork can provide for your local meat cravings, such as pork and chicken longganisa, chicken and barbecue, and chicken tocino. They also offer dairy products such as free-range eggs, kesong puti, pasteurized milk, and yogurt drinks. They also deliver ready-to-eat meals such as chicken adobo, embutido, binagoongan, pork sisig, and dinuguan. Order on their website.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Pinkie's Farm delivers fresh full cream milk, flavored milk, full cream yogurt, and greek yogurt, and kesong puti. They also offer unsalted butter and cultured buttermilk. Message Pinkie's Farm through their Facebook , Instagram, or through their email email@example.com, or contact them at (0918) 999-9555.
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