Local Welsh Pork

Local Welsh Pork (8)

With a commitment to provide the best quality meat, we pride ourselves with our free-range Welsh pork. Predominantly sourced from local farmers within Crickhowell, Abergavenny and the surrounding areas, the pigs are nurtured in a natural environment using traditional and modern methods of farming.

  • Free-range pork neck chops x 2 (560g)

    Even by the high standard of our local free-range pork, these well-marbled neck chops are exceptionally sweet and succulent. We sell them the old-fashioned way – thick cut, with the rind left on – for those who like their chops to have a bit of bite. Pam Hughes, who’s been running our deli counter for the past 20 years, is definitely a fan. “You can’t beat a free-range pork chop with crisp, crunchy crackling and a dollop of apple sauce,” she says. Available in packs of two (approx. total weight 560g).
  • Free-range pork mince (500g)

    £3.99
    It takes experience to produce pork mince of just the right consistency, with a good, tasty balance of lean meat to fat. We make ours using only hand-trimmed cuts of our local free-range pork – mostly leg and shoulder. And we mince the meat twice for a fine, even texture that's perfect for meatballs, burgers and classic pork pies. Available in 500g packs.
  • Free-range pork belly slices x 4 (560g)

    £5.40
    Our pork belly has a lovely rich flavour because it comes from local free-range pigs reared slowly on a varied, partly foraged diet. These generous slices are a good balance of lean meat to fat, and very versatile: try them slow roasted, barbecued or in aromatic Oriental dishes. Available in packs of four (approx. total weight 560g).
  • Free-range pork loin chops x 2 (650g)

    £6.49
    Our free-range pork loin chops are thick cut and really meaty. They're the pork equivalent of a T-bone, with the main loin muscle on one side of the bone, and a sweet bite of tenderloin fillet on the other. We keep the rind on for extra succulence, and the option of crispy crackling. But if you prefer yours without, it’s easy to cut off. We love them roasted in the oven for half an hour or so with a hearty mix of sweet root vegetables. Available in packs of two (approx. total weight 650g).
  • Free-range pork belly joint

    £6.74£13.49
    Served on the ribs, our free-range pork belly joints are substantial cuts offering the perfect balance of sweet, succulent meat to flavoursome fat. This is the ideal joint for people who like their roast pork meltingly tender, with lots of crackling. Pork belly needs plenty of time and a low oven temperature – essential for rendering the fat and tenderising the meat. And don’t forget to salt and blot the skin – which comes ready scored – for super-crispy crackling. See below for help choosing the right size joint.
  • Boned & rolled leg of free-range pork

    £10.25£30.75
    Our free-range legs of pork are full of flavour, and because they come boned, rolled and hand tied they're easy to carve and a great choice for feeding a crowd. We score the skin ready for roasting: just sprinkle it with salt and blot dry with kitchen towel before cooking for extra-crispy crackling. See How Much Do You Need? below for help choosing the right size joint, and How To Roast Your Pork Joint for timings and more tips.
  • Boned & rolled shoulder of free-range pork

    £13.98£18.64
    Our pork shoulder sells out fast, and it’s not hard to see why. Firstly, because it's from free-range pigs, it has a rich succulence and flavour – way ahead of intensively farmed pork. It’s versatile, too: ideal for both traditional roasts or slow-cooked pulled pork. And it’s excellent value for money. Ours come boned, rolled and hand tied for easy carving, with the crackling scored ready for roasting. See below for help choosing the right size joint, and for roasting timings and tips.
  • Boned & rolled shoulder of free-range pork

    £13.98£18.64
    Our pork shoulder sells out fast, and it’s not hard to see why. Firstly, because it's from free-range pigs, it has a rich succulence and flavour – way ahead of intensively farmed pork. It’s versatile, too: ideal for both traditional roasts or slow-cooked pulled pork. And it’s excellent value for money. Ours come boned, rolled and hand tied for easy carving, with the crackling scored ready for roasting. See below for help choosing the right size joint, and for roasting timings and tips.