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Mottainailamb - 'Simply a class of its own'

15th May 2020

We have been lucky to have joined up with Mottainailamb to try out there succulant Lamb products:

check their website as below they have some really great specials on at the moment in Perth, delivered to your door contactless! I will be trying their Lamb out over the next few weeks with some wonderful BBQ recipes so 'keep in touch' Ross

                    www.mottainailamb.com

         

Just a few samples above Rack, Shoulder, Rib Eye............................................................................................

Mottainai Lamb is the result of collaboration between horticulture, agriculture and science. After 3-years R&D developing a safe feeding program for sheep, Mottainai Lamb is the outcome:

Sustainably produced marbled lamb meat that is a Good Source of Omega-3 with Increased Oleic Fatty Acids.

Our story of evolution is as unique and intriguing as the product itself. It is estimated that one third of the world’s food is lost or wasted each year, compounded by a large proportion of crop and food production diverted into animal feed or biofuels, as reported in the Food Sustainability Index 2017. Between 20 and 40 per cent of fruit and vegetables grown in Australia is rejected even before it reaches the supermarket because the produce does not meet cosmetic standards.

Mottainai Lamb is different… 80% of the food fed to our lambs is recycled organics that would otherwise go to landfill. Carrot pomace (by-product from juicing), unsaleable carrots, green carrot leaf and sedimentary olive oil is carefully collected and scientifically blended with 20% lupins, wheat, barley hay, vitamins and minerals for a nutritionally balanced diet.

Mottainai Lambs are raised on the coastal plains of Lancelin, Western Australia where ancient limestone sands meet the rugged outback.

Check out the video below...

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-09/wa-company-uses-excess-carrots-to-produce-wagyu-lamb/11182946

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