Do I have to be home for meat to be delivered?
What will my meat be delivered in?
Where will my meat be left?
Our MeatCart delivery driver will leave your insulated delivery bag at your doorstep or the nearest practical spot. It would be preferable though that we leave your delivery in a shaded area. You can help us by leaving a note with your online order when you get to checkout, telling us the best place to leave your delivery.
How do I pay for my order?
What cut of meat is best?
What is the difference between grass fed and grain fed beef?
Can I get the same order every week?
How do I stop or change my recurring order?
My recurring order has stopped and I don’t know why!
Are your credit card details correct? Your recurring order will continue until you either decide to cancel the order in your account page or if your details have changed and MeatCart can’t process your order. Check your credit card details to ensure your card has not expired or any other details have changed.
What should I order for my BBQ?
How many people does a 500g pack feed?
How many people does a 1kg pack feed?
Can I buy whole cuts of meat instead of steaks?
How long can my meat last in the refrigerator?
Can I freeze my meat when it is delivered?
What do I do with the bag the meat was delivered in?
Is all your meat Australian?
What category of beef are Meat Cart steaks?
Official meat categories can be confusing. The Australian meat industry through Aus-Meat has a category system to grade meat and there are 13 categories. You’d think they could have made it a bit easier!
Rest assured that we sell graded meat of excellent quality. MeatCart veal is all veal, MeatCart beef is all *Y* Yearling or *YG* Young Beef meat, which means it can be no more than 36 months old. The younger the meat, the more tender it is going to be. Most of the product you get in a supermarket is an *PR* or *S* grade meat which means it can be up to 7 or 8 years old.