Dartmoor’s Eversfield Organic expands its Ocado offering
Eversfield Organic, the award winning farm which is located just outside of Okehampton, has expanded its range with online retailer Ocado, making it even more accessible to buy ethically farmed, organic groceries throughout the UK, seven days a week in handy one-hour slots.
Eversfield Organic, the 450 acre farm nestled on the edge of Devon’s stunning Dartmoor, will now offer a wider range of fresh organic products through Ocado including its meat, bacon, vegetable boxes, fudge and dairy.
Online retailer Eversfield, whose specially selected breed of cattle and lamb are grass fed for life and are free to roam on the estate, now has one of the largest, organic meat ranges on the Ocado website.
This will include its popular organic meat boxes such the steak box, which is 100% traceable from its outdoor bred and reared cattle. Customers will also be able to order its award winning well hung organic beef fillet steak, which was this year named as one of Women’s Health magazine’s 50 Best Foods.
Speaking about the launch of the dedicated shop , Eversfield Organic director Mark Bury said: “The Eversfield brand shop at Ocado makes it all the more easy for people to buy high quality, healthy produce and make the switch to eating organically.
“The site is simple to navigate, making it time efficient for customers to browse the whole Eversfield Organic product range; from our charcuterie selection, including our delicious honey roasted ham to new products such as our stem ginger and salted caramel Devon fudges.”
Andrew Ayres, buying manager at Ocado added: “Ocado customers were already enjoying the Eversfield Organic range – particularly hard to find items like the Paleo meat box.
“The expansion of the range and launch of this dedicated shop makes it even more convenient for shoppers to access delicious, organic produce delivered right to their kitchen table as part of their weekly shop.”
(from a press release)
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