Sutton Hoo Chicken

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The story of Sutton Hoo Chicken began in 1994 when Charles & Belinda Nash set out on a mission to rear truly free range chickens in the Suffolk countryside they both loved. Despite Charles’ passing in 2009, Belinda and Charles’ godson, Will, continues to carry on the couple’s lifelong dream, caring for their chickens traditionally on Suffolk meadows. The traditional breed they use is a slower growing chicken; grown on average for 10 weeks - 25% longer than standard free range chickens. 

"Working with the East of England Co-op has been hugely beneficial for us over the years. We are grateful for their regular orders and for promoting our locally, slow grown chickens and we truly admire the way that they champion local producers. It is so great that in addition to our whole birds, they also stock our full range of chicken burgers, sausages, marinated spatchcocks and chicken pieces."


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