Remember we recently put together our Menu of ideas for producing foods that your customers can enjoy at home? Within the Menu, we included a section on Side Dishes and we’ve been giving some further thought to this. We reckon that your Side Dishes don’t need to be on the side-lines, they could easily become the Main Event!
Take a look at some of the latest developments happening at Lucas. In this, our News & Events section you will find a collection of recent news articles and a list of up and coming events.
We’ve said it before, but it’s really important to keep your counter display and if your customers are ordering online – your website – looking fresh and interesting…
NEW! NEW! NEW! Today we’re introducing two NEW! varieties to our range of Coaters…
There’s little doubt that it will be a long time before most people are ready to go back to eating out at cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs, (ah, remember those places?), which means that butchers have an opportunity to go beyond supplying simple meats: Here’s the ideal time to offer meats and ready meals that are similar to those that customers would normally enjoy when they’re eating out.
Whilst it looks like life may start to get back to “normal” – whatever that looks like – in the foreseeable future, there’s no doubt that this is going to take some time. This is especially the case when it comes to people’s being able to eat out. So, we thought it might be beneficial at this juncture to have a look at how retail butchers can offer their customers restaurant-type meals that can be prepared at home.
One of our team members has a family of five people: Two adults and three children. Three of the family members are out and out carnivores, one is a vegetarian and one a “flexitarian”. “Flexitarian?” I hear you ask…
We are very excited to introduce to you our latest innovative product that we believe will prove extremely popular within the butchery industry.
It’s Beginning to Look a lot Like Christmas… …In every high street, supermarket and shopping centre, but is your counter beginning to look a lot like Christmas too? You, know, it really is vital that it does and it’s not too late to start now!
It’s thought that the first time the word “sausage” was used in the English language was in the mid-15th Century. Whether that’s the case, or not, we’re pretty sure that sausages have come a long way since then.
Now we know what you’re thinking, but no, we’re not talking about running off into the sunset: We’re talking about offering your customers something delicious to go with their choice of meat from your counter. Not so exciting you might think, but you could be surprised!