There is more to it than the Easter lamb!

On average, the Belgian consumer eats 2 kg of mutton per year. In other European countries, the average is twice that much. No surprise, because mutton is healthy and tasteful. But the Belgian consumer is not familiar with the many fine preparations of this delicious meat.

Still, cookery books are filled with recipes for preparing the most wonderful lamb and mutton dishes. Just think of the many stews possible, especially on the menu in oriental restaurants.
Sheep and lambs are frequently slaughtered at the Anderlecht abattoir. No wonder that quite a few wholesalers trade this particular kind of meat. You can find them listed up hereunder.

 

BUCQUOYE Eddy (1.13)
Burgweg 47
8647 Lo-Reninge
T. 058/ 28 92 34
F. 058/ 28 94 41
bucquoye.eddy@skynet.be
KESTEMONT (2.06-2.07)
Donderstraat 25
1750 Gaasbeek
T. 02/ 521 69 33
F. 02/ 521 69 33
wim.kestemont@hotmail.com
ROBBERECHTS (3.00)
Gasthuisstraat 46
1785 Merchtem
T. 02/ 520 96 96
F. 02/ 520 96 91
bvbarobberechts@skynet.be

HURIKO BEEF (3.01)
Ropsy Chaudronstraat 24 Box 47
1070 Brussel
T. 02/ 521 60 29
F. 02/ 521 66 49
huriko-beef@hotmail.com

MANUPOLIS (2.00)
Rue de Herve 231
4030 Grivegnée
T. 02/ 521 97 70
manu.polis@skynet.be

AMAR-K (1.08)
Rue Verte 61
1210 Bruxelles
T. 02/ 521 14 86
Karim.amar@telenet.be