A new resource is launching this weekend in Andover that will slash shopping bills across the town and will raise a cheer from the health conscious.

Stacked Foods in Pelican Court provides the public with fresh high-quality meat, in bulk and at great, low-cost prices.

Opening its doors on Saturday, after building up a customer base over the last year through word of mouth at gyms, the new shop is offering packs of meat at prices that any budget supermarket would struggle to match. 5kg of quality chicken can cost as little as £24.50 from Stacked Foods!

The shop also has a ‘Sports Lounge’, which will be selling sports clothing, supplements and protein powders.

Owner, Father of two and qualified personal trainer, Ryan Rawlinson, told Andover & Villages, “We aim to provide the highest quality meat, in high volume and at a low prices.

“Stacked foods started when I was looking for somewhere to source high-quality meat for my own and my family’s diet. Having to buy in bulk meant that I needed to find friends and family to also buy meat at the same time, and it snowballed from there. Before I knew it, I was supplying meat to a lot of gyms in the area and now it’s grown so much, we have taken the big step to open a shop.

“I really want to let everyone know that, although we started out as a way to help the fitness community in the area to get excellent quality protein at fantastic prices, we are also here for families and anyone who eats meat.

“We offer a cheap delivery service in the area and can also deliver countrywide.”

Stacked Foods opens for the first time this Saturday, 18th July. There will be a BBQ, tasters, drinks, music, 15% off all clothing and the opportunity to win a £50 voucher to spend in store.

You can visit Stacked Foods at Unit 3 Pelican Court, New Street, SP10 1DR.

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