2kg box (approx 19-20 Patties per box)


Preservative Free, Raw and Frozen, just Thaw and Serve.


Camel meat is a great source of protein.

It is low in fat (2.9% – 3% fat) and cholesterol and high in unsaturated fatty acids. Unlike other species that store fat in their muscle, camel fat is concentrated in the hump.


Camel meat has a high moisture content of around 76% – 79%.

This high moisture content helps carry nutrients to cells, flush toxins out of organs and keep the skin moist.


Camel meat is a rich source of various macro and micronutrients. Macronutrients are required in larger amounts and include protein and fat and provide the body with energy. The micronutrients are required in smaller amounts and are commonly known as vitamins and minerals.

The micronutrients in camel meat include vitamin C, B3, B6, B12 and E and minerals iron, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, zinc and copper, and it also contains a rich source of carnitine and taurine.


Camel meat has had a bad wrap due to the toxic plant know as Indigofera – it is important that I set the record straight:

There are around 700 species of Indigofera plants worldwide and around 30 of those species are found in parts of Australia including Queensland, Western Australia, the Northern Territory, New South Wales and South Australia.

These legume plants are resistant to drought and flood, high in protein and palatable t