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Free Range Organic Chicken Drumsticks (500g)

Bostock Brothers

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Sold out. Currently on the way from New Zealand. Arrival beginning of February.

You get 3-5 bone-in skin-on chicken drumsticks in a convenient 500g vacuum pack. The chicken is naturally slow grown and therefore the meat is much healthier, better formed, tastier and juicier than commodity chicken. 

When it comes to chicken meat for a BBQ, drumsticks are the most popular choice and fly off the plate. Chicken drumsticks are super easy to prepare and taste delicious. This will be your favorite dish for your late weeknight meal. Drumsticks are so popular that there are literally millions of recipes online. See our recipe at the bottom of this page.

New Zealand certified organic, free-range and pasture-raised chicken. Naturally slow grown and family farm-raised with love and care on an apple orchard farm in the sunny Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. No antibiotics, no growth hormones, no GMO feed, no chemicals and free of chlorine. The healthiest and tastiest chicken you can get! The Bostock Brothers chicken farm is the only certified organic chicken farm in all of New Zealand! Certified by AsureQuality which is fully owned by the Government of New Zealand. The outer packaging is made of maize and is therefore non-plastic. Yes, it is biodegradable!

Please note that we are directly importing this item to Japan and due to our low-margin operation the prices are subject to changes based on external factors with every new import. Thank you for your understanding.



Contents 1 pack contains 3-5 chicken drumsticks
Weight Approx. 500g (1.1lbs.)
Serves Serves 2-5

Shipping & Handling

Shipping Shipping and delivery is frozen
Handling Keep frozen below -18°C (32°F)
Defrosting Time In the fridge: approx. 12h
In ice-water: approx. 1h
Cooking Method oven roast, grill, cast-iron skillet, frypan, slow cooker
Expiration Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months)
Chilled: Please consume unopened pack within 4 days.



Ingredients Chicken
Bone Bone-in
Skin Skin-on
Packaging Vacuum packed, biodegradable outer packaging


Ben and George Bostock grew up on their family’s organic apple orchard in sunny Hawke’s Bay and share a family passion for healthy, safe growing practices where there is control from the farm to plate. This means no chemicals, no antibiotics, no hormones, and no genetic modification. The brothers are determined to give their organic chickens the best life. Their apple orchard provides the perfect environment to farm organic chickens. The birds enjoy a happy life roaming freely among the apple trees and are housed in uniquely designed french chalets, which are clean and spacious and enable the chickens to roam freely outside once they are fully feathered.

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✔ The only certified 100% organic chicken in all of New Zealand. The only real free-range and pasture-raised certified organic chicken in all of Japan.

✔ Raised on an organic apple orchard in sunny Hawke's Bay, New Zealand with all the love and care.

✔ No antibiotics, no growth hormones - ever

✔ No genetic modifications, no chemicals, no chlorine - ever

✔ One farm, one family, one importer - traceability from farm to fork.

✔ Naturally slow-grown chicken. Meat is better formed, of much higher quality and superior taste.

✔ Chicken are fed certified organic lush, green grass, and juicy organic apples as well as home-grown non-GMO feed including corn and barley.

✔ Air chilled - no chlorinated water is used to cool the meat. Which means less shrinkage and water loss during cooking.

✔ No factory farming! The Bostock Brothers are real brothers and are a real family business. Strictly non-commodity produce.

✔ The happiest, healthiest and tastiest chicken that you can buy in all of Japan.


At A Glance

Chicken Breed Cornish Cross, raised and bred for meat.
Farm/Ranch Bostock Brothers Farm

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Region Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
Breeding All year free-range, free-roaming. Once fully feathered they are free to leave the chalets and roam outside on green pasture grass. Bred for quality, not quantity which means the chicken is much slower growing and are as pure and natural as they can be.
Raised by Ben and George Bostock
Farming Experience Organic apple farming since childhood, organic chicken since 2014
Feeding Certified organic lush, green grass and juicy organic apples as well as home-grown feed including corn and barley.
Traceability 100% fully traceable from farm to fork
Hormones Never
Steroids Never
Antibiotics Never
Animal By-Products Feeding Never
GMO Never
Chemicals Never
Chlorine Never

Instructions & Cooking Tips


Completely defrost chicken drumsticks and pat dry with a paper towel. All you need is sea salt, paprika powder, garlic, olive oil, black pepper and lemon. 


Mix well. There is no need to over spice, a couple of pinches of each spice is sufficient. Crush and mince two garlic knobs and gently rub the chicken. The paprika powder is not spicy and suitable for kids. If you want spicy drumsticks add just a little bit of cayenne powder. 

Leave the drumsticks to marinade in the fridge for 30 min or place in a ziplock bag and keep refrigerated for up to 24h max. Before cooking, heat up the skillet or fry pan to very hot, then add extra virgin olive oil and then the drumsticks. This makes the skin crispy and darker in color. Keep rotating for about 5 min. 

Now reduce heat to low and let the drumsticks cook slowly but thoroughly. We recommend adding a lid for shorter cooking times and juicier meat. If you prefer crispy, cook without a lid on low heat, keep rotating so they cook evenly. 

Serve while hot and with wedges of lemon, great and healthy salad without dressing and barbeque sauce. 

Some people worry about the pinkish color around the bones. This is not blood but myoglobin. No matter how long you cook the chicken, the color will not change. If the meat is cooked until the color is white and the internal temperature has reached at least 70 degrees Celsius the meat is safe to eat.

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