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Buy fresh beef shin online

Beef shin is a bargain cut that offers up fantastic flavour. As the name suggests, it is sourced from the foreleg of the cattle.

The meat provides full, rich and deep flavours, and is available diced or boneless.

The other cut from the leg, the shank, is taken from further up the animal's leg.

All our beef comes from cattle which was born, raised and slaughtered in Scotland. Here at Campbells, we strive to source beef from farms which meet the Quality Meat Scotland assurance standards.

After we carefully select our beef, we hang it for a period of between 21 and 28 days in our chill. This process ensures that the beef is both tender and flavoursome.

As beef shin is from a part of the cattle that works hard throughout its life, it tends to be quite tough.

Like other tough cuts, beef shin is best done using a slow cooking method. To bring out the full flavour, we suggest using one for the following methods: braising, stewing or slow roasting.

When an order is placed through our Campbells Prime Meat Ltd website, we guarantee that our customers receive freshness. It's the Campbell's promise.

Our skilled butchers prepare each order onsite at our Linlithgow premises on the day of dispatch. We use 100% fresh meat to prepare every order - no matter how big or small. So, your meat order will arrive as fresh as possible at your door.

Once you receive your order, it's entirely up to you whether you want to freeze it or consume it that week. All our beef products have a refrigeration shelf life of up to six days.

We pride ourselves on providing our customers with great value for money. Which is why, in addition to offering great prices, we also offer free delivery on all orders over £50.

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