Wild and Game launches ready meals range

By Michelle Perrett

- Last updated on GMT

Wild and Game has launched a range of game-based ready meals
Wild and Game has launched a range of game-based ready meals
UK specialist and not-for-profit business Wild and Game has launched a range of ready meals using meat from game.

The company said it wanted to turn the UK into a nation of game-eaters.

The new high-quality ready meals focus on familiar favourite dishes and substitute game for more widely used meats, such as beef and chicken.

The ready meals include grouse with a mushroom and peppercorn sauce; pheasant breasts with a pancetta, mushroom and cider sauce; pheasant breasts Florentine; and pheasant tikka masala.

“These are dishes people would probably love to cook at home, but many people are not confident cooking with game, so we came up with this range of high-quality ready meals to make life easier,”​ said Wild and Game’s co-founder Steven Frampton.

The company also supplies a range of pies, pasties, sausages, pâtés and packed game for home cooking.

“Our products are supplied frozen, so will be available all year round, not just in the game season,”​ said Frampton, who co-founded Wild and Game with Michael Cannon.

“We would love to see game such as pheasant eventually becoming a common sight in UK supermarkets.”

Wild and Game’s products are available online, with the company also supplying pubs, restaurants, small shops and the general public.

In September, game supplier Ben Rigby Game completed an extension project​ to double the size of its venison processing facility.

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