We are all about our local community. Rural Australia has been built on communities that help each other out. Country shows, sports events, pony camps and picnic races all succeed based on everyone joining in and doing their bit.
We don’t see it being any different in Sydney. You will see us in your local schools, sports clubs and at fairs with sleeves rolled up and getting stuck into it.
A window into country life
One of the central themes that we have built our business on is transparency. From designing the butchery with large display windows into our cool room and preparation room to displaying the national vendor declarations (NVD’s) that are proof of origin of our meat. We want you to know as much as possible about all the stages that your food goes through before it ends on your plate. That includes introducing the people who produce our meat for their livelihood. We will have our farmers in store from time to time to answer any questions you may have about the origin of 1888 Certified’s meat. We will also have our farmer’s stories in-store and online so you can see how proud they are of their efforts and why that extra effort adds so much value to you.
Education and employment
A large part of being part of a great local community is contributing. We not only want to give you a great tasting healthy alternative, we want to educate people about the meat industry. It’s not just kids in schools. If you have any questions about how our livestock is raised , ask our staff. We are farmers . No one is in a better position to answer your questions.
We also intend to support our local community by employing locally. If you are interested in either the butcher or livestock as a potential career come and speak to us.