Fleischzentrum Klosters Davos, Klosters

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KLOSTERS | Fleischzentrum Klosters Davos was founded in 2014 and is the only end-to-end meat processing facility in the region. Local farmers and families bring in animals which are humanely put down before being transformed into an assortment of end products. The sausages and dried meat products here are excellent, with the care taken at all steps of meat processing evident in the flavour and quality of the product.

Executive Director Samuel Helbling and Production Manager Florian Rudin are passionate about what they do, and run a sustainable operation that considers the environment, welfare of the animals, and the needs of the community. They use all parts of the animal, and do not dispose of anything that is not mandatory by law. And customers can come in and request small batch products made to specific recipes – old family recipes and the like.

Fleischzentrum Klosters Davos don’t currently have a retail outlet, but if you make advance arrangements you can visit the facility itself, in Klosters, and sample some of the quality products that are made here, as well as learn more from the personable Helbling.

Fleischzentrum Klosters Davos

Gulfiastrasse 38
Klosters Serneus
Graubünden 7252
Switzerland

Telephone: +418 1422 1057
E-mail: [email protected]eischzentrum.ch
Website

Open
Tue – Fri: 7:30am to 12:00pm; 1:00pm to 4:00pm

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