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Media Coverage & Press Releases

Sydney's Best Shops for a Christmas Ham, The Sydney Morning Herald, Good Food

12th Dec 2017

A good ham costs good money. This is a cold hard Christmas truth and the sooner you embrace it, the happier you'll be. Like the fact that Die Hard is the greatest Christmas movie of all time. Or that Good King Wenceslas is the only carol that doesn't make you want to stuff baubles in your ears. A properly stored ham will provide you with at least three weeks of sandwiches and snacking, so it's worth spending a little extra on a prize pig. A sexy leg you can glaze on Christmas morning, slice
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Growing Demand, The Northern Daily Leader

1st Dec 2017

Demand for free range pork grown at Gunnedah and Barraba is increasing. The Free Range Butcher – a Syndey-based business run by former Barraba local Ben Clinch and his wife Alison – has sold all the pasture finished pork Mr Clinch could source from his parent’s farm at Barraba and Jack Hewitt at Gunnedah in the lead up to Christmas. Even though the animals cost twice as much to produce compared with intensive systems, demand has been steadily growing as consumers become more educated.Rea
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Producer Profile - The Free Range Butcher, Peninsula Living

1st Oct 2016

Farrners' markets have been rising in popularity for years now, and it's not hard to see why.  Less food miles means the produce on sale is better for the environment, is fresher, in season, and tastes amazing.  Your'e outdoors, free from supermarket's fluorescent lights and plethora of packaging.  It's a win,win.Read the full article at:
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Sound Bites, Manly Daily

11th Dec 2014

Ben Clinch talks about growing up on a farm and explain the ethos behind his business, The Free Range Butcher.Read the full article at: 

To Market - Orange Grove Market, SBS Feast Magazine

1st Aug 2014

Each Saturday a Public School in Sydney's inner west transforms into a bustling marketplace selling fresh produce and gourmet foods with the help of a market pioneer and a strong community of stallholders.Read the full article at: