Spain Coren Chestnut-fed Pork
Selecta pigs are born and raised in Galicia following a traditional breeding for at least 6 months.
Their natural feeding with chestnuts contribute to create a tasty tender juicy meat with a sweet nuance.
Spain Chestnut-fed pork cheek meat
Pork cheek is a tasty cut like shoulder with great marbling, and it’s best for grilling.
Spain Chestnut-fed pork Belly (Sliced)
The pork belly is a well-known part of the pig that comes from its underside.Because of the skin and fats, this cut can be easily roasted or pan-fried.
Spain Chestnut-fed pork Riblets
Pork meaty riblet are the front ribs that are connected to the breast bone and has a number of small bones and cartilage. It comes with meat from the shoulder.
Spain Chestnut-fed pork Collar meat
The pork collar is a part of the shoulder that runs from the base of the pig’s neck to the tip of the loin. It comes with some marbling and the meat is slightly fatty
Spain Chestnut-fed pork False lean
A subcutaneous muscle imbedded in the fat overlying the shoulder end of the loin. Also known as the “small deckle” or “rib cap” the name false lean comes.
Spain Chestnut-fed pork Loin, Boneless
Pork loin is cut from the back of a pig. While the meat is fairly lean, it comes with a thick cap of fat on top.