We are sending our thoughts and condolences to everyone that has been impacted by Cyclone Gabrielle.
We are feeling very grateful that our Meat Box family are safe and that we are open and operating as usual. We're sending aroha to all of those that aren't in this position, and we are doing what we can to support our Meat Box customers over this time.
We are pleased to update you that NZ Post are delivering to unimpacted areas throughout New Zealand, with new orders being dispatched from today.
Those orders that were due for delivery on Tuesday are now making their way to you and will be arriving this week.
We use a premium perishable network which means that if there are any delays with your order these will be stored in a chiller at the depot, however as always if your Meat Box doesn't arrive chilled please contact us for support.
There will be no deliveries in Northland, CoromandelPeninsula, Bay Of Plenty, Hawkes Bay and Gisbourne areas this week.
If you are due for delivery in one of these areas, our team will be in contact with you to rearrange delivery.
For the most up-to-date delivery information please refer to NZ Post here and your tracking information that will be emailed to you.
Keep safe everyone.
Ngā mihi nui,
The Meat Box team
Update: Monday 13th Feb
Despite the best efforts of the team, it's inevitable now that there will be delays to some Meat Box deliveries. Specifically, due to Tropical Cyclone Gabrielle, NZ Post has suspended Courier Pick Up’s in Auckland, resulting in no orders being collected from our deport for delivery tomorrow.
We will continue to hold back packing all orders until we have an update from NZ Post to ensure that your order arrives fresh. We will provide an update when delivery opens again as to when you can expect to receive your order.
As always, our commitment to you is to do our best to deliver on time, there are simply some circumstances we can’t control. We appreciate your support and understanding during this time.
We understand the worst of the Cyclone is yet to come, keep safe everyone.