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Make sure your Pork is Blythburgh Free Range

There are a myriad of reasons why consumers would want to source free range pork over intensively reared pork, whether it’s ethics, eating quality, nutrition or something else there has to be a confidence that if pork is labelled free range it must be free range.

That confidence is underpinned by the fact that Blythburgh Free Range Pork is fully traceable back to the farm.  The pigs are tattooed with the farm’s exclusive holding number when they leave the farm for slaughter.  At the abattoir that number is independently verified and the carcass is roller-stamped from head to tail with the Blythburgh name in an edible dye.

Any large joints, which are skin on, in the butchers counter should show the Blythburgh name, if they do not, don’t hesitate to ask the butcher if he is selling Blythburgh Pork today!!

Find out more about the life of a Blythburgh pig

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