Enter our Competition to win

a box of Cabrito goat meat and a Cabrito Cap worth over £100!

In celebration of National BBQ week, we're giving away a full box of Cabrito goat meat and a premium Cabrito cap.

Enter by subscribing to the Cabrito Goat Meat mailing list!

Competitions

By entering this competition you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy. We do not sell or distribute your information. Unsubscribe from our mailing list at any time.

Enter by simply signing up to our newsletter. The winner will be chosen at random on 19 July.

Your prize includes:
2 x Kid Chump (approx 300g each)
1kg Ex-Dairy Chops
1.5kg Ex-Dairy Shoulder
1 x Kid Dice 500g
1 x 500g Mince
1 x Cabrito Cap

"Absolutely superb, meat just melted and tasted sublime. Highly recommend and can't wait to try the other cuts in the box. Will definitely recommend to friends. Thank you Cabrito"

Michelle James

"Ordering was easy, customer services brilliant and my order arrived in 2 days, well packaged & still fully frozen. I've cooked a goat curry, the meat was so tender and very tasty. Will definitely order again."

Debbie DeRitter

"I cooked my shank in the slow cooker with a red wine and thyme gravy. It was delicious! It fell off the bone and was meltingly tender, I'm so glad I have one more in the freezer and will definitely be ordering more."

Rachael Paget

cooking-kit-2-mobile

Cabrito began selling ‘kid’ goat meat sourced from British dairy farms to London restaurants in March 2012. We have since grown to supply butchers, catering suppliers and direct to the public via our online shop and nationwide. It is great to see, even if it has taken a while, that Britain is finally waking up to what the rest of the world has known for a long time: Goat meat is delicious.

All Cabrito kids are a by-product of the dairy industry and would have in the past been euthanized shortly after birth. In a world of dwindling resources and rising food prices Cabrito believes this cannot be justified. They now have a network of farms producing high quality meat from a previously wasted resource.