IMS of Smithfield has relationships nationwide with major UK game meat producers and can offer a full range of fresh game products dependent on the season. All our game meat products have been responsibly sourced from the UK countryside. When out of season, our frozen game products will be readily available. This will include specialist products such as bison, wild boar, ostrich and other species.
Grouse 12 August – 10 December
Partridge 1 September – 1 February
Pheasant 15 October – 1 February
Woodcock 15 October – 1 February
Mallard 15 October – 1 February
Teal 15 October – 1 February
Snipe 15 October – 1 February
Our extensive range of wild game meat includes pheasant, partridge, grouse, wild duck, pigeon, rabbit and hare; all sourced from Britain’s outstanding countryside. IMS of Smithfield sources the best quality venison from some of Britain’s finest country estates, mountainsides and forests.
Wild venison is both sustainable and affordable. Making a great alternative to beef, venison has its own unique flavour, thanks to the rich diet deer enjoy, including berries, grasses and tree leaves. Venison pairs well with wild ingredients and makes a succulent meat for curries and stews. If you are watching your weight, venison is a great lean alternative, and it’s high in protein.
Game meat is wild, natural and free-range, as well as being low in fat and cholesterol. Game is a delicious and healthy alternative to many other red meats.
Order your game meat online with IMS of Smithfield and get your products delivered straight to your door. Whether you are hosting a party or simply preparing an evening meal, our wild game meat will ensure your meal is a success.
Wild game meats provide a healthier alternative to meats derived from farm-raised animals. Eating these types of game, such as venison, bison, rabbit, and elk, offers several nutritional benefits compared to domesticated animals. Unlike their domesticated counterparts, wild game animals eat their natural diets and are incredibly active, so their meat typically contains lower levels of fat than farmed animals.
In addition to being lower in fat, wild game meat is an excellent source of protein and minerals, including iron and zinc. It also contains fewer pro-inflammatory omega-6 fatty acids and higher levels of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids due to the greens they consume in the wild. This can help reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease or strokes related to inflammation. All in all, making wild game a part of your diet can bring many health benefits that may not be found in other proteins like beef or chicken.
Whether you want to experiment with game meat for the first time or you are looking for a new game recipe to try, IMS of Smithfield has some perfect game meat meal ideas just for you.
Wellington Venison – Swap out your traditional Beef Wellington for a leaner meat that is high in protein. Venison is a great alternative to beef and will give your evening meal a unique and rich flavour.
Roast Pheasant – We all love a Sunday roast, so why not try something a little different and serve pheasant instead of your traditional chicken or lamb? Keep all your usual trimmings, including roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings, alongside your pheasant.
Rabbit Stew – A hearty meal perfect for those working outdoors or long hours, rabbit stew is an old classic that is making a modern comeback.
At IMS of Smithfield, we aim to provide each of our clients with high-quality meat that is sourced sustainably without any additives or chemicals. Please contact our customer service team on 0207 383 3080 if you require further information or assistance.