Q: Are your products halal?
A: Yes. All our products are halal.
Q: How long do I cook my chicken?
A: For information on how to cook our products refer to the product page.
Q: Where do you get your wild rabbits?
A: Our wild rabbits are sourced from Victoria and New South Wales. They’re not farmed and are tested to ensure they are free of calicivirus (FVC).
Q: Can you cut up my chicken for me?
A: Yes we are happy to cut your chicken. This includes deboning whole chickens and cutting them into curry pieces. For special requests contact us so we can arrange to have your chicken cut the way you want it.
Q: Can you add the marinade to my chicken?
A: Yes. We can add on any of our many delicious marinades, these include; Honeysoy, Satay, BBQ Plum, Buffalo Chilli and Lemon Pepper.
Q: How long will my chicken last in the fridge?
A: We receive our chicken fresh straight from the abattoirs every morning, so they will last approximately 4-5 days.
Q: What is the difference between your chicken and other supermarket chicken?
A: We sell 100% La Ionica chicken. It’s all processed chemically free and it’s free of any added hormones.
Furthermore unlike some supermarkets which receive their chicken plastic wrapped and gassed, we receive our chicken fresh daily and prepared on-site. This all adds up to unbeatable freshness, incomparable to other supermarkets.
Q: Is the roast chicken gluten-free?
A: Yes. Our roast chickens don’t have any stuffing in them and are gluten-free.
Q: Can I freeze my chicken?
A: Yes we receive our chicken fresh daily straight from the abattoir so they are perfectly fine to freeze.
Q: Do La Ionica chickens contain hormones or steroids?
A: No. There are no hormones or steroids in La Ionica chickens. The only hormones in our chickens are those produced naturally by the chicken itself.
Q: Are your schnitzels and kievs gluten-free?
A: We do have gluten-free options available for our schnitzels and kievs.
Q: Are your marinades gluten-free?
A: Yes, with the exception of the satay marinade. To ensure the prevention of cross-contamination we prepare the marinades at different workstations.