Butchers prepare and sell meat and meat products, either directly to the public, or to restaurants and supermarkets. They cut the meat into sizes small enough for individual sale, and may also remove bones if necessary. They place the meat onto trays for display and sale, and may also package meat for retail sale. They advise customers on the type of meat they sell, and may make recommendations about cooking or preparing their products. Some butchers also marinate, cure and smoke meat, and make sausages and other forms of smallgoods. Nowadays, most butchers stock native game such as kangaroo or emu meat.