Cleaver’s meat goes ‘paleo’ in Australian supermarket campaign
Cleaver’s paleo products were first launched earlier in 2015 but the Australian meat producer says it is expanding the range due to its popularity.
The paleo diet is based around eating whole foods such as meat, vegetable, nuts and fruit whilst cutting out processed and dairy foods.
Cleaver’s paleo meats campaign has been created in conjunction with celebrity chef and paleo diet advocate, Pete Evans.
Cleaver’s paleo range now includes the following products:
- Organic Beef Sausage
- Organic Honey Beef Chipolatas
- Chilli Pork Sausages (free range)
- Pork Sausages (free range)
- Organic Beef Burgers
- Organic Tomato Beef Burgers
The promotion highlights that all the meat is Australian and contains no preservatives, grain or soy.
The campaign says Cleaver’s paleo meats range is available from both Coles and Woolworth with a recommended retail price of AUD$8.99 for a stock package in each product category.
About Cleaver’s Meat
Cleaver’s Meat is an Australian company founded in 1998 by a Sydney run butcher store. It promotes itself as grass fed and free raised meat. Cleaver’s say on their website that the livestock from which the meat is derived is never treated with any synthetic chemicals, antibiotics or hormones.
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He also said Australia has current land which has the potential to be converted to organic farming land.
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