Our pork comes from fantastic heritage breed pigs which are free range and fed on a diet high in apples and other fruits which yields a fantastic meat. We do also buy in rare breed British pigs such as Gloucester Old Spot and Duke of Berkshire.



Best Pork Mince

Our finest lean pork mince produced from lean cuts of leg and loin from free range Essex reared pigs.

Pork Chop

Very versatile, can be grilled, fried in a small amount of oil or oven baked. Bone in and a good layer of fat produces the most succulent dish.

Diced Pork Leg

Perfect for slow cooked dishes such as casserole, stew, goulash and stroganoff.

Pork Loin Steak

The leanest, most tender. Care must be taken not to overcook.

Pork Fillet Medallion

Also called tenderloin or Gentleman's Cut, pork fillet is lean, delicately flavoured meat.

Gammon Joint

Versatile cut of meat can be roasted or boiled and roasted to produce ham.

Gammon Steak 8oz

Cured hind leg of pork. Simple to cook, shallow fry in a couple to tablespoons for oil for 5 minutes per side. 

Pork Loin Crackling Joint

The loin is the area between the shoulder and back legs is the leanest, most tender. Care must be taken not to overcook. Drying and salting is a key step to ensure you get a crisp crackling.

Rolled Pork Belly Joint

Relatively cheap cut, pork belly has beautiful soft flesh and crisp crackling when slow-roasted.

Pork Shoulder Crackling Joint

Shoulder meat is more fatty than pork leg meat and produces very tender and succulent roasting joints. 

Porchetta Joint

A British take on an Italian speciality, using the loin.

Pork Fillet Whole

The most tender piece of pork simply sear and roast. Favours that work in any recipe.

Pork Belly Joint Bone in

Slow roast for a perfect Sunday lunch, the bone enhances taste and the skin yield wonderful crackling.

Pork Belly Joint Boneless

One of the most delicious cuts when prepared properly otherwise can be chewy and unpleasant. 

Pork Escalope

A pork escalope is usually a small piece of fillet, or can be the eye of the loin.

Pork Rack Roasting Joint

From the fore end of the loin, this large joint makes superb centrepiece for Sunday lunch.

Pork Chump Crackling Joint

The chump is usually cut into steaks or chops but as a joint can be roasted on or off the bone and is moister than the leg.

Pork Kebab

Perfect for the BBQ.