And here's how it works: The customer can choose from among approximately 40 types of meat. He can order the type of meat, piece, and label for any number of people, and at the end, specify the average thickness. The meat is cut by hand, then, picked up by coop@home and delivered.
Information about the meat and tips for preparation
In addition to the purchase, the customer can inform himself in the meat dictionary about the different types of meat. The butcher team also provides tips for how the meat can best be prepared and which side dishes fit best.
Perfectly tuned timing for a fresh delivery
It was especially challenging to coordinate the timing between the preparation center and the butcher shop. Finally, the meat may only be added to the order only at the very end, so that the meat arrives fresh at home.