Khans Meat

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Khans Meat

Khans Meat. Meat from a butcher is usually sourced from local farms, making the meat fresher and the journey from the farm to your plate considerably shorter. Supermarket meat is packaged in a factory and will sit on the shelf until someone buys it or the date runs out.

With butcher’s meat, your meat will most likely be cut while you wait, or the butcher will have pre-prepared cuts that very morning. This level of freshness is hard to compete with. Below are the list of Khans Meat.

List of Butcher Shops

  • Meat Mecca
  • Oranjeville Butchery
  • Springbok Slaghuis
  • Moyoyo Molewq Butchery
  • Central Meat Market
  • Khan’s Meat Centre Cc
  • Delmas Butchery

Contact Details and Address of Butcher Shops

  • Meat Mecca

Address: 15 First Ave, Springs, 1559, South Africa, Gauteng. See full address and map.
Categories: Butcher Shops

Phone number:
011 811 4890, Fax: 011 811 6594

  • Oranjeville Butchery

Address: 32 Malan St, Oranjeville, 1995, South Africa, Gauteng. See full address and map.
Categories: Butcher Shops

Phone number:
016 351 1703

  • Springbok Slaghuis

Address: 13 Springbok Ave, Duncanville, Vereeniging, 1939, South Africa, Gauteng. See full address and map.
Categories: Butcher Shops

Phone number:
016 422 0938

  • Moyoyo Molewq Butchery

Address: 2034 BlockH, Soshanguve, 0152, South Africa, Gauteng. See full address and map.
Categories: Butcher Shops

Phone number:
012 799 7600

  • Central Meat Market

Address: 8 b Hendrik Verwoerd St, Nigel, 1491, South Africa, Gauteng. See full address and map.
Categories: Butcher Shops

Phone number:
011 814 5656

  • Khan’s Meat Centre Cc

Address: 162 Grand Pl, Lenasia, 1827, South Africa, Gauteng. See full address and map.
Categories: Butcher Shops

Phone number:
011 852 8109, Fax: 011 852 6714

  • Delmas Butchery

Address: Shop 8 Checkers Ctr, President St, Westonaria, 1779, South Africa, Gauteng. See full address and map.
Categories: Butcher Shops

Phone number:
011 753 4173

Conclusion:

when you may pay more in a butchers vs a supermarket, you can rest assured that you are buying a higher quality of meat. As mentioned above, butchers are far more likely to stock fresher, locally sourced meat. As with many things, the higher the quality the higher the price. This being said, butchers are constantly having to compete on price, , so you should expect a reasonable price range depending on the quality and type of meat you select.