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Goosnargh Corn Fed Chicken Supremes

Reg's famous Goosnargh corn fed chicken is developed slowly with no aid from growth promoters.

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  • £14.00
  • £12.60

Serves: 4 people

Box contents: 4 x 198g to 227g (7oz to 8oz)

Reg Johnson's poultry has steadily grown in popularity due to it's fantastic quality and taste which top chefs around the UK including (Paul Heathcote and Nigel Haworth )have been singing the praises of for years. The farm is based in Goosnargh a picturesque village in rural Lancashire. As Reg's reputation has grown he now regularly sends his poultry down to London to be sold on Borough Market and to supply the top restaurants in the Capital. The corn fed chicken supremes he supply's are taken from birds that are developed slowly over 10 to 14 weeks with no aid from growth promoters. The wing bone (aka sprig bone) bone is left on which helps enhance presentation.

Farm: Swainson House Farm, Goosnargh

Farmer: Reg Johnson & Bud Swarbrick

Reg Johnson Goosnargh Corn Fed Chicken Supreme

Customer Reviews


I first had Reggie's chicken at The Staith House Gastro Pub on North Shields Fish Quay. I was blown away at the taste and plumpness of the breast. My memories of being a child on the farm came flooding back. This was Chicken. Not just any Chicken but slowly raised and the tastiest Chicken I had for years. I thought it must be a one off and I struck lucky and would never taste another chicken like it. After a couple of supermarket buys of corn fed and organic chicken I was craving for a Reggie chicken. I then went on line and found Reggie's chicken on this website. I purchased a full chicken and 4 chicken supremes. My flavour buds have been restored and I will never buy another chicken again unless its one off Reggie's Awesome.
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