Since its launch in 2016, Farmer’s Market has quickly grown into Hong Kong’s leading online butcher. We credit this to their authenticity. Like the butchers in days of old, Farmer’s Market specializes in premium, fresh, traceable, 100% hormone and antibiotic-free, naturally farmed, happily grass-fed meat. Traceability, customer service, and sustainability are emphasized above all in their approach. The offer includes Australian beef, lamb, pork, chicken, duck, barramundi, prawns, salmon, weekly specials, and more! Oh, and fresh products are fresh, and frozen products are frozen when they get to your kitchen.
Knowing where your meat comes from
Farmer’s Market wishes to make families more aware that what they eat matters. They emphasize the importance of knowing your source, where your meat & seafood comes from and how it was raised. Claiming that it is from “Australia” is, unfortunately, not enough these days, and therefore you should know exactly where your produce is from and be confident that your meat has been naturally farmed without hormones and antibiotics. Farmer’s market guarantees and deeply cares about the safety of their products and they’re completely transparent with their customers about where and how their meat and seafood was produced.
About the company & owner
Emma Pike is a mother-of-two, an entrepreneur since the age of 15 and an Aussie now living in Singapore, having relocated after spending a few years living in Hong Kong. While living in Hong Kong, she noted the diminishing quality of meat and its increasing prices, and she was inspired to start a business which would solve this problem for consumers. In what would turn out to be a very successful attempt to provide households with opportunities to get restaurant-quality meat for an affordable price, she launched Farmer’s Market in Hong Kong in 2016. Since its launch in 2016, Farmer’s Market has quickly grown into Hong Kong’s leading online butcher and in 2019 Emma opened Farmer’s Market Singapore.
Excellent Customer Service
Farmer’s Market is a small, family-run business that cares about its customers and prioritizes excellent customer service. Emma Pike sources the meat and seafood in her store just as carefully as she sources food for her own family.
Premium naturally and sustainably farmed meat and seafood home delivered 5 days a week with no minimum order. You can order online Monday-Friday before 12pm for next day delivery. Orders over HK$600 delivered FREE and under HK$600 is only HK$70 for delivery.
Like many foods, meat is also graded to demonstrate quality but what do these labels stand for and how do we decipher them? The grade relates to the animal’s age so you may see labels like YG, PR, SS, and A grade. The other grading system from Australia is the MSA grading scheme where MSA 2 is a failure for export, while MSA 3, 4, 5 are considered good standards with 5 being the highest. While supermarkets offer A grade meat (which is the lowest quality you can kind), at Farmer’s Market, you’re guaranteed to find the best PRS certified beed, which is an Australian Standards grade for prime steer animals. They are usually raised to three years and have a good level of fat. We all know that more the fat, more tender and delicious the steak!
Farmer's Market was born out of a need for affordable & easily accessible meats, and that is exactly what they promise to deliver —to your doorstep. They practice more than they preach, and the charities they support, as well as their free e-books and recipes, speak volumes about the scope of their dedication.
Meat lovers of Hong Kong who want a reliable butcher. Emma and The Farmer's Market combine the best of the past when you knew exactly where your meat was coming from and what was in it (meat!), with the advantages of the future, when buying the stuff you desire is just a click away.
The Farmer’s Market team are passionate about home cooking and love to share inspiring recipes every week on their recipe blog. You can find everything from quick midweek meals to more creative and innovative recipes on the Farmer’s Market’s recipe blog and can pick up the key ingredients in their online store.