Medina join forces with Steyne Farm

Steve Ross, MD of Medina Foodservice and Richard Salter, owner of Steyne Farm

The desire to know exactly where your food is coming from has never been more prominent, and the demand for local meat is growing, but with limited Isle of Wight meat available it took considerable effort to ensure supply met customer demand. With that in mind, we are proud to have developed a tremendous working relationship over the last year with island farmers Richard Salter and Sue Harbour in Bembridge.

This collaboration has been in the making since the beginning of 2019 and now sees a quality range of true Isle of Wight born and bred, Red Tractor Scheme assured Steyne Farm beef being available exclusively to Medina Foodservice.

Whilst Richard and Sue have had to make significant changes to their own operation, their dedication and experience has shone through. The ability to be able to offer such a quality, local product doesn’t stop at the farm either. We have invested heavily at our Newport premises – making alterations to our butchery preparation room, adding a meat hanging room and chiller. Time has been spent ensuring the conditions are just right for maturing the meat to a high standard.

All of these changes mean that Medina Foodservice are now proud to exclusively offer Steyne Farm’s true Isle of Wight beef, as well as lamb. 

Medina Foodservice – proud to support local!