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Not only can pork be lean, but it is also naturally rich in protein, naturally low in sodium and provides several vitamins and minerals that contribute towards good health and well-being. 

Why not give one of our specially created healthy pork recipes a try?  You can also find out more about the different pork cuts available or information about how to cook pork and how to store pork.


Pork medallions are just as healthy as chicken breast*

*Both pork and chicken are naturally rich in protein.  Protein helps muscle growth.  This relates to pork loin medallions and fillet medallions trimmed of visible fat and to skinless chicken breast.


Pork medallions are low in fat*

*This relates to pork fillet medallions and loin medallions trimmed of visible fat.  Advice provided by AHDB in consultation with Trading Standards.


Protein is needed for normal development of children's bones

Pork is naturally rich in protein.  Protein is needed for normal growth and development of children's bones.


Pork in naturally rich in protein

 Pork is naturally rich in protein.


Pork is a source of 4 essential vitamins and minerals* that help the immune system to work normally.

*Vitamin B6, vitamin B12, zinc and selenium.


Pork is naturally low in sodium

Pork is naturally low in sodium.  Reducing consumption of sodium supports normal blood pressure.


Pork provides essential vitamins that help reduce tiredness and fatigue

Pork provides essential vitamins* that help reduce tiredness and fatigue.

*Niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, pantothenic acid


Pork provides 9 vitamins and minerals that contribute towards good health

Pork provides 9 vitamins and minerals* that contribute towards good health.

*Thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, zinc, potassium, phosphorus, selenium and pantothenic acid