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DUROC BREED - HAPPY NEW ZEALAND PORK
In the lush green valleys of the Waikato region of New Zealand, their Duroc pigs are raised with care and consideration for both their welfare and the welfare of the environment that surrounds them.
The pigs are sheltered with room to roam and provided with things to stimulate them and keep them active. Their feed is varied with a dominance of corn rather than the usual cheaper barley, which helps keep the pigs healthier and therefore the pork meatier.
All waste and sawdust is trapped and composted and no runoff is allowed to escape in to our beautiful surrounding streams and rivers.
With decades of experience, we know that a happier pig is a healthier pig and a healthier pig produces much more flavourful, moist and succulent pork. And best of all, that’s what makes our customers much happier too.
Buy a Box of ten and Save! 3 Fat Pigs Streaky Bacon comes from a traditional family run business in Catalonia, Spain. Naturally smoked with beech wood provides an authentic smouldering taste.
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NOTE: PRICE LISTED IS PER/KG PRICE Whole Ham AVG Weight - 10kg Half Ham AVG Weught - 5.5kg This is New Zealand's Most premium breed of pigs available. You cannot compare this to local or imported
Picnic shoulder is a cut of pork that comes from the shoulder of our Duroc pigs, a cut known to be a primal cut, alongside the loin, belly, and hind leg. From the shoulder come the picnic shoulder and the...
The fat content in pork butt gives it more flavor and naturally bastes the meat. Long, slow cooking on low heat brings out the juices and makes for a tender, more succulent cut of meat.
Tenderloin is lean. An optional brine or marinade can help keep it moist, but proper cooking is always your best bet to get the best result. This versatile cut of meat is best for quick roasting, broiling, grilling, sautéing, and...
A pork hock is also known as ham hock, pig knuckle, or pork knuckle. It’s the joint at the bottom of the shank of the pig between the tibia/fibula and the ankle where the foot was attached to the hog’s...
Pig trotters, which is the foot, is awesome! Not only is this something found in classical cooking, but we get some good nutrition out of it! Through the braising process the connective tissue is softened so much that it falls...