Thomas Foods International

High Quality Lamb to Suit Every Preference

Australian lamb is known around the world as flavoursome, versatile and natural. TFI has built an enviable reputation for delivering consistently premium quality lamb, sourced from some of Australia’s most pristine pastureland. With an eye on consumer preference trends and our uncompromising commitment to quality, TFI ensures the best chilled or frozen lamb can be enjoyed by families around the world.

Our Range

Wholesale

SIGNATURE

This is our premium offering. Before a product will be packed in this range, it has to be the best in its class.

Supreme

Our Supreme range offers our customers the ability to select high quality Australian lamb from a variety of programs, while managing profitability.

CLASSIC

Our Classic range is our fundamental range, and is what TFI was built on.

RETAIL

THOMAS FARMS

Our consumer brand, Thomas Farms, offers a wide range of value-added lamb products, such as marinated lamb legs, shanks and more.

Forequarter

Our Boneless, Rolled, Tubed Mutton Shoulders are a popular option for grilling and hot pot dishes.

Our Lamb Neck is prepared from a carcase by a cut between the 3rd and 4th cervical vertebrae. A great option for slicing in chops and grilling.

Our Neck Fillet Roasts are prepared from a Forequarter by removing the Oyster Blade, Shank, Breast & Flap. High marbling makes this cut a stand out for tenderness and full of flavour.

The Oyster Shoulder is a prepared from the Forequarter, with the blade bone and shank remaining. A great option for roasting and easy to carve.

Our Banjo Cut Shoulder is prepared from an Oyster Cut Shoulder, trimmed into an oval shape.

Boneless, rolled and netted, our BRN Shoulder is prepared by removing all the bones and cartilage from a Bone in Square Cut Shoulder. This cut is great for roasting or enjoy it slow cooked.

A Square Cut Shoulder is prepared from a Forequarter. This is a great option to cut into chops and grill.

Prepared from the Forequarter, the Shoulder Rack is a delicacy for those looking for an inexpensive substitute for a Standard Rack. A simple and tasty option for roasting for grilling.

Our Frenched Shoulder Rack is full of flavour and a great option for roasting. Derived from the Shoulder Rack, ribs are trimmed to specific rib length.

Looking for a winter warmer? Our Foreshank is a great option for slow cooking or cover roasting dishes.

Rack

Our Standard Rack option is one of the most popular cuts purchased to roast. Tail option of 4 inch or 3 inch.

A Rack Cap Off is derived from our Standard Rack through the removal of the cap. This product is great for slicing into cutlets or as a roasting dish.

Our Rack Cap On, Frenched, is a great option for cutlets to grill or roasting.

Frenching Options:

  • 4×2 inch
  • 3×2 inch
  • 3×1 inch

Rack Cap Off – Frenched is the leanest option available in our racks. A brilliant option for cutlets to grill or roast.

Frenching Options:

  • 4×2 inch
  • 3×2 inch
  • 3×1 inch
  • Fully frenched.

Loin

The loin is derived from the middle of the carcase with the flap removed. Typically, our loin is purchased for further butchery into loin chops for grilling.

Our Shortloin is derived from the loin by the removal of specific ribs, with a 1 inch tail. Most popular use is further cut butchery down to loin chops for grilling.

A Shortloin Pair is prepared from a carcase by a straight cut through the lumbar vertebra to clear the tip of the ilium. Typically, the Shortloin Pair is sliced down the middle and broken into lamb chops for grilling.

Our Boneless, Rolled Shortloin is derived from the Shortloin, through the removal of all bones, rolled and strung. A versatile cut, this is a great option for roasting, grilling or cut into chops.

Eye of Shortloin is a portion of the Backstrap. Tender, lean and boneless. Similar to the Boneless, Rolled Shortloin, the Eye of Loin is versatile and can be grilled, roasted, diced or sliced into steaks.

The Tenderloin is the most tender cut found in the carcass. Similar to the Tenderloin found in a beef carcass, but smaller, it is may be grilled or diced.

The Tenderloin – Butt off is the most tender cut found in the carcass.

Derived from the end of the Tenderloin, the Tenderloin Butt is tender piece of meat, great for quick grilling.

Leg

With the Chump and Shank retained, our Bone In Leg – Chump On is one of our most popular cuts for roasting or slow cooking.

The Leg Chump Off Shank Off, is prepared from a Leg Chump Off by removing the Shank. A great  option for the family Sunday roast.

Our ABO Lamb Leg Chump On is prepared from the removal of the aitch bone and knuckle tip, leaving only the femur bone. This leg cut is great for roasting.

Our ABO Lamb Leg Chump Off is prepared from the removal of the aitch bone and knuckle tip and chump, leaving the femur bone. Another great cut for roasting and easy to carve.

Just like our Foreshank, the Hindshank is a tasty flavoursome cut for the slow cooker.

Our Lamb Leg Chump On is prepared from a Bone in Lamb Leg Chump on with all bones, cartilage, sinew, ligamentum nuchae and lymph nodes removed. A great cut for further butchery or roasting.

Our Boneless Leg Chump Off Shank Off, is prepared from a Leg Chump On by the removal of the chump and shank, all bones, cartilage, tendons and lymph nodes. This is a great cut for roasting or breaking down into individual muscles for steak or diced products.

Completely boneless, our Lamb Leg Chump On Shank Off is prepared from a Leg Chump On by the removal of the shank (extensor) at the stifle joint. Great for roasting or further butchery.

Leaving the fat on for full flavour, the boneless chump is great for grilling, roasting, pan frying or breaking down into steak cuts.

Our rump is prepared from a Chump by the removal of the tail and cap muscle. This is a small cut, making is easy for many dishes such as steaks, dicing and stir-frying.

A Silverside is prepared from a Leg by separating the primal through the seams between the Silverside and Knuckle and the Silverside and Topside. The second largest muscle, the silverside is great for steak cuts, slow cooking or roasting.

Our Knuckle is prepared from a Boneless Leg by separating the primals through the seams between the Knuckle and Topside and the Knuckle and Silverside. A great product for steaking, slow cooking or roasting.

The Topside is the largest muscle on the lamb leg. Completely boneless, the Topside is great for a range of cuts such as roasting, dicing, steaks and stir frying.

Manufacturing

Breast and Flap is a popular cut enjoyed through Asia. Prepared from a Breast and Flap with all bones and cartridge removed. A great option for hot pot dishes and grilling.

The Flap is prepared from a Breast and Flap by a straight cut between the 5th and 6th ribs. This cut is great for grilling or slow cooking.

The Flap is prepared from a Breast and Flap by a straight cut between the 5th and 6th ribs. This cut is great for hot pot dishes and grilling.

Trimmed from between the Ribs (when preparing frenched racks). Intercostals are a popular cut throughout Korea for skewers on the grill

Trimmings are portions of meat remaining after the preparation of primal cuts from a carcase. This option is primarily for diced meat or burger production.

Premium Australian Lamb Delivered Globally

Get in touch with our sales team to discuss a solution that suits your specifications and that your customers will love.

Contact Us