Locally raised pigs form the bulk of our wholesale pork products and our cutting plant is able to offer a variety of cuts, all to individual customer needs.  Unlike many of our competitors, we prefer to back the British pork industry.  Besides the traditional carcass cuts, we offer various cuts ranging from tenderloins to collars to differing rib products.

With our DB Select pork, which is RSPCA assured, we are proud to have been awarded the ‘Good Pig Award’.

As well as fresh wholesale pork, we also offer a full comprehensive range of EU pork cuts and a substantially cured pork range, from gammon steaks to our own brand bacon.

Below is a range of products we can supply, however, our skill and flexibility allow for a completely bespoke offering, should that be required.  Contact our sales team for more details.

Available Products

Back fat


Caul Fat



Cumberland Sausages

Cured Bacon RL Back

Cured Bacon RL Back Smoked

Cured Gammon Bone in

Cured Gammon Boneless

Cured Gammon Hocks

Cured Gammon Horseshoe

Cured Gammon Joints

Cured Gammon Steaks

Cured Streaky Rindless

Cured Whole Backs

Delenco Sausages





Leg Bone in

Lincolnshire Sausages


Loin Euro

Loins Boneless

Old English Sausages

Pigs In Blankets – Chipolata

Pigs In Blankets – Cocktail

Pork & Honey Sausages

Pork & Leek Sausages

Pork & Tomato Sausages

Pork Sausages

Pork Sausages – Premium 60%


Sausage Meat – Cumberland


Suckling Pig



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Health Benefits

Pork is an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals, including thiamine, zinc, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, niacin, phosphorus, and iron pork is a rich source of many different vitamins and minerals. These are the main vitamins and minerals found in pork:

Thiamine: Unlike other types of red meat, such as beef and lamb, pork is particularly rich in thiamine. Thiamine is one of the B-vitamins and plays an essential role in various body functions.

Selenium: Pork is usually a rich source of selenium. The best sources of this essential mineral are animal-derived foods, such as meat, seafood, eggs, and dairy products.

Zinc: An important mineral, abundant in pork. It is essential for a healthy brain and immune system.

Vitamin B12: Only found in foods of animal origin, vitamin B12 is important for blood formation and brain function. Vitamin B12 deficiency may cause anaemia and damage to neurons.

Vitamin B6: A group of several related vitamins, important for the formation of red blood cells.

Niacin: One of the B-vitamins, also called vitamin B3. It serves a variety of functions in the body and is important for growth and metabolism.

Phosphorus: Abundant and common in most foods, phosphorus is usually a large component of people’s diets. It is essential for body growth and maintenance.

Iron: Pork contains less iron than lamb or beef. However, the absorption of meat iron (heme-iron) from the digestive tract is very efficient and pork can be considered an outstanding source of iron.