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Where your "full Irish" really comes from
This is really disappointing; many meats labelled as "Irish" are anything but. The only trustworthy mark is the Bord Bia "Origin Ireland" stamp -- I'll be avoiding any products without this in future.
Under European labelling law, country of origin is mandatory for beef, fish, olive oil, honey and fresh fruit and vegetables. Next month the EU will make it law to specify country of origin for the meat of pigs, chicken, sheep and goats, with a lead-in time of anywhere up to three years for food companies to comply.
The pork rule, however, will only apply to fresh pork and not to processed meat, so consumers still won’t get a country-of-origin label on rashers, sausages or ham. In the meantime, the Bord Bia Origin-Ireland stamp is a guarantee that your Irish breakfast ingredients are indeed Irish.
bord-bia  labelling  eu  country-of-origin  meat  pork  food  quality 
november 2013 by jm
Authentic Carnitas and Three Pounds of Lard
fatty pork deep fried in lard. oh yeah. thanks Ben!
via:ben  pork  carnitas  mexican  recipes  food  yum  lard  from delicious
april 2010 by jm

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