News: WA’s Big Butcher launches in Osborne Park

WA's Big Butcher

Premium West Australian meats that would’ve been destined for international exports and then served in restaurants around the world are now accessible to the general public at WA’s Big Butcher in Osborne Park.

An extension of family-owned Western Meat Packers Group and Margaret River Fresh, the new retail offering and shopfront showcases high-quality beef and lamb, from farm to table at wholesale direct pricing. WA’s Big Butcher caters to the masses and will appeal to a variety of customers.

Whether it’s a family looking to feed hungry mouths on a budget, a BBQ enthusiast, or someone who just appreciates high-quality,
ethically sourced produce, the biggest wholesaler in the state has something for everyone, from sausages and mince to tomahawks and 9+ wagyu.

WA's Big Butcher

Western Meat Packers Group takes up a whooping 20,000m² of Osborne Park real estate including WA’s Big Butcher showroom and Australia’s largest dry-age fridge. The oversized fridge will satisfy all meat connoisseurs with the opportunity to choose a premium cut of meat and have it aged on-site. After 38 days of ageing, shoppers will sit down with the master butcher to discuss how they’ll carve the piece of meat and how to best cook and serve the A-grade produce.

Andrew Fuda, the CEO of WA’s Big Butcher says he’s looking forward to bringing a new experience and high quality food offering to West Australians.

WA's Big Butcher

“For 37 years the Western Meat Packers Group have ensured they supply a range of quality meat products delivered consistently, efficiently and reliably and our new shopfront will continue this ethos,” said Mr Fuda. “We’re very excited to be introducing Australia’s largest dry-age fridge to the state.”

WA’s Big Butcher will not only provide Perth shoppers with meats at wholesale direct pricing, it also fills a gap in the market for small businesses who need wholesalers with the high standard of a big company but can fulfill those smaller orders, cutting out the middleman.

WA’s Big Butcher will also stock north west seafood from Ainsworth Fishing, making it a one stop shop for a range of produce.

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Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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