Where do you deliver to?
We deliver from the top of the North Island to the bottom of the South Island. As we deliver a a ready to eat meat product that is perishable, we are generally unable to deliver to your door if you live at a rural address. Instead, we do what we can to get the product as close as possible to your door, or we can get the order delivered to a friend/family member or your work.
Why don’t you do rural deliveries?
We do not deliver to rural addresses as this may take up to 3 days or more and we can’t risk our product sitting for that length of time. If you do live Rural you could organize your package to be delivered to a location for collection that is not a rural address, a great place is your nearest NZ Couriers depots as there are many nationwide in many remote areas. . If you are unsure whether we can deliver to your address please send us a message on the website and we will reply asap if we are able.
What days of the week do you deliver?
When you place your order online, the dispatch will typically the following day with delivery the day after (unless is a weekend or public holiday).
We ship Monday to Thursday for delivery Tuesday-Friday. Please note: if there is a public holiday scheduled we will not dispatch any product to be delivered on that day.
How much does delivery cost?
North island is a flat fee of $10.90
South Island of) $17.50
This includes a re-usable insulated box and ice pack that you find very handy for picnics, bbq’s etc.
What happens if I’m not home when you deliver?
Couriers can deliver at all times of the day. If you’re not home when the courier delivers, we ask the courier to leave your package on your property rather than a ‘card to call’. If you have a particular spot where you’d like the box left if you are out, please put this in the Delivery Notes field when you place your order. The default spot will otherwise be at your front door.
What Courier Company do you use?
We use NZ Couriers. When you receive your tracking number for your order you can track it through NZ Couriers Go Sweet Spot.