DELIVERY

Where do you deliver?

We do contactless home postal/delivery’s across the whole of CH. 🚚📦

Either in our Meat Point Van, DHL or Swiss Post.

How long does it take for dispatch?

Orders are processed as soon as possible and usually within 2 days (dry goods) and 4 days (fresh meat, wors & sausages). In exceptional cases, due to high demand or other reasons, order processing may take longer but every effort will be made to complete and dispatch your order promptly.

Delivery times & prices

The following options exist:

  •  Collect from the shop in Versoix. Opening hours are

    Opening Hours:

    Tuesday  & Wednesday      10h30 – 18h00

    Thursday & Friday               10h30 – 18h30

    Saturdays                             09h30 – 18h00

    Sundays/Public Holidays      Closed

    Mondays                               Closed

  • By prior arrangement, it is possible to also collect from my house in Aubonne.  Both options are free of charge.
  • DHL shipping – Once the order is handed over to DHL, they will send you a notification. You are able to follow your package and intervene with the delivery place and time as far as their system allows it. We charge a flat rate of CHF18.00 anywhere in Switzerland.
  • Personal delivery –  At our discretion and discussion with you. Normally CHF18.00
Can I track the delivery of my order?

DHL shipping – Once the order is handed over to DHL, they will send you a notification. You are able to follow your package and intervene with the delivery place and time as far as their system allows it.

Can I get a delivery on the weekend?

The shop is open for collection, and by arrangement from my house. DHL does not deliver on Saturdays/Sundays. If it is critical to receive your parcel on a Saturday, we can send it with overnight post, and at your risk. The cost for that is CHF28.00.

Can I order products to be collected?

Of course:-) You can now place your order online & choose to ‘collect’ at our shop in Versoix, Geneva (collection is free of charge).

VISIT OUR SHOP PERSONALLY 

Meet Point Market Place | Rue des Moulins 10,1290 | Versoix​ | Geneva 

Opening Hours:

Tuesday  & Wednesday      10h30 – 18h00

Thursday & Friday               10h30 – 18h30

Saturdays                             09h30 – 18h00

Sundays/Public Holidays      Closed

Mondays                               Closed

PLEASE NOTE

We do keep stock of sausages, boerewors, bacon & biltong in-store

But fresh meat cuts must be ordered online in advance.

ORDERING & STOCK 

Best before dates on products

“Best Before” dates are about quality, not safety. When the date is passed, it doesn’t mean that the food will be harmful, but it might begin to lose some of its flavour and texture.

 

Best before

Best before dates are an indicative guide of when the quality of food or drink will start to change. They are not to do with safety. Food that has passed its best before date is safe to eat.
Best before should be considered a rough guide rather than a strict rule. There is no reason to throw away food that goes past its best before date, it is perfectly safe to eat and will often taste just as good.  

Use by

Use by dates relate to the safety of the food. You shouldn’t eat food that has gone past its use-by date as it may be unsafe.

Legal obligations

Food producers and manufacturers have a legal obligation to include either a best before or use-by date on their food.

Supermarkets and retailers can legally sell produce that has passed its best before date, but cannot sell food that has passed its use by date since use by is related to safety rather than quality.