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McIntosh Meats catches seafood market

Tony Delaney, owner operators Amanda and Matt Stevenson, Dean Sheperd and Jasmine Graham.
Tony Delaney, owner operators Amanda and Matt Stevenson, Dean Sheperd and Jasmine Graham. Renee Pilcher

FAMILY butcher shop, McIntosh Meats, has been operating from its new premises at Southside Town Centre for 12 months and recently introduced a new product line - seafood

Owner operators, Matt and Amanda Stevenson, pride themselves on running a "wonderful family butcher shop" and pull out all the stops to provide the Gympie community with top quality meat at affordable prices.

They are currently supplying seafood by filling orders and will be stocking fresh seafood in the store from February. The couple has owned McIntosh Meats for the past six years, and having relocated from its original premises on Exhibition Rd, now enjoy operating out of the brand new store.

"We have incredible specials on offer daily," Amanda said. "Matt's been a qualified butcher for 20 years and strives to accommodate everyone's preferences."

McIntosh Meats supplies customers with its award-winning sausages, gluten-free sausages, local free range chickens, Tasmanian free range meat and in-house smoked ham, bacon and cabana, among other products.

The butcher is known for providing "great customer service" and this is achieved in a number of ways, one of which is by supplying products in demand.

With three qualified butchers, including new staff member Dean Sheperd, an apprentice and a fully qualified retail salesperson in store, customers always leave satisfied.

As key sponsors of the Gympie Devils' senior rugby league football club, McIntosh Meats continues to demonstrate its commitment to "going the extra mile" for its community.

"(The goal is) to keep our small family business operating and keep supplying our lovely home town," Amanda said.

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