Local butchery wins third gold award

2017-05-18 06:01
PHOTO: SuppliedWith the Gold Cleaver Award are Nadhan Appalraju and John Rassouw of Michael Freys.

PHOTO: SuppliedWith the Gold Cleaver Award are Nadhan Appalraju and John Rassouw of Michael Freys.

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A SHELLY Beach butchery, Michael Frey, was recently awarded the 2016 Gold Cleaver Award by the South African Meat Industry Company in Johannesburg, where the country’s best butcheries, both nationally and regionally, were announced.

In KZN Michael Frey Shelly Beach came second in the province following Grobbies Butchery from the Bluff in Durban, which received a platinum award.

Michael Frey received the award and R10 000.

As a qualifying butchery, a 212 point checklist is done, to see if the business meets all the criteria.

Branch manager Nadhan Appalraju said this is their third consecutive award which means a lot to them.

Appalraju said being awarded means they are meeting the businesses goals of supplying quality meat to clients and providing good service, which encourages them to vote for them.

He said they are honoured and thank their loyal customers for the support.

“As a business we will always strive for the best whether its in our services or the quality of our meat,” said Appalraju.

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