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KIND OF MEAT AND TYPES OF MEAT CUTS WE OFFER
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In our modern industrial facilities, we cut, debone and pack primal and sub-primal cuts of veal & pork, raw chicken and turkey, as well as premium meats and cuts, such as black Angus, & Kobe beef from the premium Italian calves Chianina, for retail or restaurant cuts. We also offer large carcasses of lamb and a large variety of frozen meats. We source our meat from certified suppliers and farms from all over Greece, and Europe.

PARTNERSHIPS – WE SUPPLY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE BODIES

Every day, we supply public and private entities, such as public services, supermarket chains, butchers, restaurants, sausage industries and retail stores, distributing more than 2,500 tonnes of meat per month.

MEAT SUPPLY – QUALITY ASSURANCE

We source our meat from major European companies and certified Greek livestock farms from all over Greece, with no geographical limitations. With systematic sampling and food control, our specialized veterinary and food technology department ensures the quality of the meat we offer.

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calf steak
Pork Neck
Pork chop (boneless)
Lamb Chops
Beef Bun (boneless)
Pork chop with bone
Calf Steak (boneless)
SIRLOIN BEEF (BONELESS)
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CONTACT
DETAILS
Our Adress
Pyrgou 21 Moschato
183 46, Athens
Attica, Greece
Contact Infos
Phone: +30 210 4837370
Fax: +30 210 4837370
Email: info@attikameat.gr
Opening Hours
Mon-Sat: 07:00 – 17:00 (office)
Mon-Sat: 03:00 – 11:00 (production)