Woodland Raised Welsh Black Pork Loin Chop
1 Chop (~290g)
We're in South Wales so we've made this tasty sausage as a hommage to our home country, with leeks, the symbol of Wales, and chilli to represent the fire of the dragon.
All of our pork comes from our free-range pigs naturally reared in woodland and on pasture, able to forage, root, wallow and express their natural behaviours. Our pigs are fed barley, wheat and other grains, seasonal fruit and veg surplus from around the farm and they get up to a third of their feed from natural forage such as hazelnuts, blackberries, apples and acorns. Rare breed pigs grow slower and longer, unlike intensively reared animals, giving more intra-muscular fat meaning more flavourful, succulent pork.
We take our pigs to a trusted local abattoir and butchers which only dispatches a small number of pigs each week, keeping the stress to the animal as minimal as possible.
Keep in original packaging & refrigerate
Minimum 2 days
80% Woodland Raised Welsh Black Pork, rusk (wheat flour), gluten free rusk (dehydrated potato granules, rice flour, salt, dextrose), rice flour, salt, dried leeks, chilli powder, chilli flake, spices, emulsifier (E450 (i)), sodium sulphite (E221), antioxidants (E300, E330), herbs and spices
It contains: Gluten, Sulphites
Farmdrop is an online supermarket that sells various food products and other items (“Products”). The majority of Products sold by Farmdrop are supplied by third party producers. Food Products produced by Farmdrop are labelled ‘Made by Farmdrop’ and ‘Farmdrop Recipe Kits’.
Whilst Farmdrop always tries to ensure Product information is accurate and up to date, Product details including ingredients are subject to change. We cannot guarantee that we have correct and up to date information in respect of every Product, particularly where the Product and Product information is provided by a third party producer, so you should always read the information provided with the Product (including labels and packaging and in particular allergy and safety information) before you consume or use it. Please treat any Product information on this website as being provided for general information only and do not rely on it. The images of the Products on our website are for illustrative purposes only. Although we have made every effort to display Product details accurately, your product may vary slightly from those images. Where any Product is handmade, sizes, weights, capacities, dimensions and measurements may vary within a 5% tolerance. For fresh produce (Meat, Fish, Vegetables, Fruits, Dairy etc.) there may be some natural variations in the size, shape or look of the product, however this should not affect the quality.
All information provided through our website is for personal use only and may not be reproduced in any way without Farmdrop’s prior written agreement.
Please contact our Customer Services Team at [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns about the use of this website or any Products.
In 2014 we moved from our one-bed flat in London to a farmhouse with a little land in rural South Wales. For the first few months we concentrated on starting to turn our patch of paradise into a working farm; building pig arcs and pens; reinstating the dilapidated greenhouse and discovering the vegetable patch. We installed a rainwater system for the much-anticipated livestock and, of course, got a flock of laying hens. Then, in July 2015 the farm got its first pigs in 50 years and, with the help of half the village, Forest Coalpit Farm became a farm again. Before we arrived at Forest Coalpit Farm, we knew animal welfare and high quality produce were going to be the core values of our business. We strive to be sustainable and to take care of, enhance, and work with our patch of land and the wider environment. We want to make products to these standards that are also affordable and good value. Since we arrived we’ve planted a small, but beautiful forest (or at least it will be in 10 years time), with a view to reforesting land to make it useful and productive for our animals, ourselves and local flora and fauna. We planted an orchard, and we have introduced four bee hives, which pollinate the fruit and flowers on our land and the heather on the surrounding Black Mountains, and, happily, it makes wonderful honey too. We hope to continue to provide our customers with high-quality, good value, high-welfare products, happy in the knowledge that every product we sell is a product not bought from a facility that intensively rears animalsFind out more
1 Chop (~290g)
1 Chop (~300g)
1 Bone In Belly (~1.5kg)
Whole Collar Joint (~2kg)
1 Pack (~400g)
1 Steak (~230g)