The Meat Club Veggie launch

Veggie launch

Latest update:

The co-founders of The Meat Club first set out to bring great quality Australian beef and lamb into Singapore. From there, they have seen their product range expand into chicken, fish, pork, veggie patties. The Meat Club team is excited to share that fresh vegetables have now been added to the range.

Our fresh vegetables are products of Australia, Holland, USA or Israel. Our suppliers maintain high industry standards, and you can rest assured that you and your family are getting the best produce available.

Our veggies will complement our meat-based produce perfectly in creating wholesome meals for your family. Shop Veggies and add some fresh produce to your cart today.

Here is a low-down of our veggies:

Rucola (Product of Australia)

Rucola is a leafy green plant popularly used in salads. It has a slightly peppery, spicy taste. Wash and place the leaves onto your sandwiches, wraps, and even on top of your favourite pizza.


Baby spinach (Product of Australia)

Baby spinach has a mild and delicate taste. This non-starchy vegetable is an excellent source of Vitamin K, which is important for bone health, baby spinach is a good leafy vegetable to have on hand to add into salads, wraps and hot dishes for a boost of flavour and nutrition.


Avocado (Product of Australia)

Avocado contains heart-healthy mono-saturated fat. and are naturally sodium-, sugar- and cholesterol-free. It is high in fibre and low in carbs, making it a weight-loss friendly food.


Green asparagus (Product of USA)

Green asparagus is a delicate vegetable, with crisp stems and fragile tips. They are low in calories and high in nutrients including fibre and folate. It is a particularly rich source of glutathione, a detoxifying compound that breaks down carcinogens and other harmful compounds. Steam, boil or barbecue and add into salads or serve on their own.


Broccoli (Product of Australia)

Broccoli is delicious and versatile. Often called a superfood, this cruciferous vegetable contains a wealth of nutrients and antioxidants that support many aspects of human health.


Broccolini (Product of Australia)

Broccolini serves as a delicious, healthy side of veggies with any meal and is a great way to get more vegetables into your diet. If you find Broccoli too bitter for you, Broccolini may be a good substitute. Sweet and tender, broccolini can be consumed raw, sauteed or roasted.


Brussels sprouts (Product of Australia/Holland)

Brussels sprouts are high in fibre and packed with multiple vitamins and minerals such as iron and manganese. They can be broiled, fried, steamed and stir-fried.


Cherry tomatoes (Product of Australia/Holland)

Cherry tomatoes are high in fibre, and an excellent source of Vitamins A and C and a good source of Vitamin K and potassium. Enjoy Cherry tomatoes on their own as a snack, or in salads for a pop of colour. Grown indoors and pesticide-free.


Roma tomatoes (Product of Australia/Holland)

Roma tomatoes have a meaty texture and few seeds, making them ideal for sauces, salsas and cooked dishes. Grown indoors and pesticide-free.


Red onion (Product of Australia/Holland)

Red onions are slightly sweeter and milder than brown onions. They can be consumed raw or cooked. Great in salads, salsas and dips, as well as in pasta sauces and cooked vegetable dishes.


White button mushrooms (Product of Australia/Holland)

White button mushrooms have a fragrant and meaty taste when cooked. It is versatile and delicious in a variety of dishes. Grown indoors and pesticide-free.


Portobello mushrooms (Product of Australia/Holland)

Portobello mushrooms are fully-grown brown mushrooms which have no fat and very few calories. They are rich in selenium, copper and niacin. They are great when grilled, baked or deep-fried and are also good substitutes for meat. Grown indoors and pesticide-free.


Swiss brown mushrooms (Product of Australia/Holland)

Swiss brown mushrooms, as their name suggests, have brown skin rather than white. They have a stronger taste than white button mushrooms, making them ideal for casseroles, risottos and soups. Grown indoors and pesticide-free.


Butternut pumpkin (Product of Australia/Holland)

Butternut pumpkin is a type of butternut squash. It has a sweet, nutty taste similar to that of a pumpkin. It is an abundant source of powerful antioxidants which help prevent cellular damage and reduce inflammation.


White potatoes, skinned (Product of Australia/Holland)

Potatoes mainly comprise of carbohydrates. However, they contain no fat. Pre-skinned for easy cooking, white potatoes are delicious roasted, mashed or baked.


Heirloom baby carrots with sprout (Product of Australia)

Heirloom baby carrots are good sources of beta-carotene, an antioxidant that your body converts into Vitamin A. They are perfect on their own as a healthy snack or steamed or roasted as a side dish.


Basil (Product of Israel/Holland)

Not just for pesto: Basil is rich in antioxidants, which contribute to the herb's ability to fight cancer. Basil leaves can be used fresh or dried, to flavour meats, fish and salads. Also perfect for sauces.


Dill (Product of Israel/Holland)

Dill is an aromatic herb with delicate, feathery green leaves. Dill adds flavour to soups and stews, and can also be used in salad dressings. It is also rich in several nutrients and has traditionally been used to treat ailments like digestive issues, colic in infants, and bad breath.


Italian parsley (Product of Israel/Holland)

Italian Parsley is a flavourful herb that is rich in important nutrients such as Vitamin A, K and C. It is used to flavour soups, sauces, stews, and also adds a zesty flavour to salads. It goes well with seafood, and also with grilled or roasted meats.


Rosemary (Product of Israel/Holland)

Rosemary is rich in iron, calcium and Vitamin B6. It is commonly used to season soups, casseroles, salads and stews. Perfect with chicken, lamb, pork, steaks.


Thyme (Product of Israel/Holland)

Thyme is packed with Vitamin C and A. Thyme pairs well with meat, tomatoes and beans. Unlike many fresh herbs, fresh thyme withstands and benefits from long cooking times and can be added on early in the recipe. This allows the Thyme to slowly infuse its flavour into the dish.

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