Inyama Tee Shirt
Inyama Tee Shirt
Now you can rep Inyama Biltong on whatever adventures you are on. Wear it to the gym, on a hike, to the pub, wherever you want!
- Colour: Hibicus Rose or India Ink Grey
- 100% COTTON - ORGANIC RING SPUN COMBED, FABRIC WASHED, 180 G/M²
Our shirts are made to order so please allow up to 7 business days for arrival.
How is it sent?
All orders are sent by Royal Mail - 24 Hours Tracked. Packaing is unbranded.
How is it packaged?
100g comes in 1 x 100g bag.
500g comes in 1 x 500g bag.
1kg comes in 2 x 500g bags.
All bags are resealable.
What's the shelf life?
Once opened, we recommend you consume the contents within 3 days.
What is biltong?
The iconic South-African snack you want in your life! Our biltong is made using only the highest quality, regeneratively farmed beef that Devon has to offer. The cuts of silverside are marinaded, spiced and air-dried for 5 days, ensuring the most tender and delicious pieces of biltong.
Is biltong healthy?
This delightful snack is not only a protein powerhouse but also a rich source of iron, zinc, and vitamin B12. And with its low-fat content, it's a perfect choice for weight-conscious individuals aiming to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Our biltong is completely gluten free and keto friendly.
Where does your beef come from?
Our beef is the driving force behind the business. It's the reason we do what we do. As a Devon based company it is very important to us to support local farmers. But that wasn't enough. We source all our beef exclusively from small, family-run regenerative farms here in Devon. Not only does this help support the local economy, but these farmers are also playing a crucial role in helping to curb climate change.
What is regenerative farming?
Regenerative farming is an agricultural revolution that restores and revitalizes the land. It involves techniques like crop rotation, cover cropping, and integrating animals to enhance soil health and biodiversity. This farming approach fights climate change by storing carbon and benefits both the environment and farmers. It's a celebration of harmony between humans and nature, creating a sustainable and thriving future.
That means, no fertilisers, no hormones and no land wasted on growing feed for animals.