Canvin & Catchpole, a family butchers specialising in sustainable produce, has released a selection of Christmas hampers to support the Felix Project.
The business has joined forces with several local food brands and producers to launch their first Holiday Hunger Christmas Hampers, which include its award-winning Aberdeen Angus dry-aged wing rib, booze-infused smoked salmon, vintage Cheddar cheese and more. Each order will provide up to 12 hot meals to help tackle child hunger during the festive season.
The Felix Project and charity Chefs in Schools will use Canvin & Catchpole beef to make Christmas burgers for school kids in Enfield, London, with a goal to feed more than 1,500 children this holiday season.
The Christmas hampers will be delivered between 22-23 of December and must be preordered by 7 December.
Canvin & Catchpole is a fifth-generation family-run butchery from Bedfordshire. Its key priority is to produce meat in a sustainable way by reinvesting proceeds in trees and preserving biodiversity and animal welfare.
To order online, click here.