A limited edition Ramadan Wagyu Burger box has been launched by Hellmann’s and halal butchers 'That Fat Cow'. 

Available in two sizes – feeding families of two or four – each recipe box is designed to be cooked and assembled  at home and provide the 'ultimate Iftar feast'.

The month of Ramadan began on April 2 and sees Muslims across the world fast from dawn till dusk.

The Ramadan Wagyu Burger box includes 'premium blend of wagyu cuts – with buttery, halal chicken crisps and chips' and can be delivered direct to your door. Each box comes with a generous amount of Hellmann’s Real Mayonnaise.

Both brands have also pledged to donate 100% of profits from the boxes to the food bank run by the Shahid Afridi Foundation (SAF UK). Each box for four sold will provide up to 12 warm meals for homeless communities in South London.

•    Belgian chocolate coated Dates, to break the fast with 
•    Chicken Crisps, with a paprika and Hellmann’s Mayonnaise dip

Main course: 
•    Wagyu burger patties, buns, cheese slices and pickles
•    1 Hellmann’s Real Mayonnaise Squeezy Bottle
•    Crispy French fries, with a sprinkle truffle dust and Hellmann’s Mayonnaise dip

•    Chocolate Fondants  

Rachel Chambers, Marketing Manager at Hellmann’s, said:  “This is Hellmann’s fourth year of celebrating Ramadan, we’ve sponsored the Open Iftar for the past three years and we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be sponsoring them once again for 2022, as well as working with That Fat Cow on our Ramadan recipe box.

"We hope through both activities we’ll be able to support Muslims celebrating Ramadan nationwide and deliver delicious Iftar feasts to families breaking fast across the UK.’’

Qassim Qureshi Co-founder of That Fat Cow said:  “Delicious, high-quality produce is at the core of what we do at That Fat Cow. 

"Hellmann’s is a likeminded brand, who pride themselves on delivering good honest food, and we couldn’t be happier to be partnering with them on the launch of our collaborative Ramadan recipe box - which not only delivers a feast for Muslims across the nation, but also continues with our charitable ‘food for food’ initiative over the holy month of Ramadan which aims to provides a source of food for communities who are most in need.’’

Limited to 500 boxes and priced at £60 (for four) and £35 (for two) – with 100% profits donated to the foodbank run by the Shahid Afridi Foundation (SAF) – Hellmann’s x The Fat Cow’s Ramadan boxes are available nationwide to order via That Fat Cow’s website, until stocks last.