DRY HAM NOIR DE BIGORRE AOC BONELESS SELECTION MAISON LOSTE VAC-PACK 5,7KG

Item No.ICH0WW0000287
The Noir de Bigorre pig is the oldest breed of pig known in France. Similar to the Spanish Iberico, this breed is deep black in colour and originated in the foothills of the French Pyrenees in the area around Nébouzanne, which stretches between the departments of Haute-Garonne, Haute-Pyrénées and Ge
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The Noir de Bigorre pig is the oldest breed of pig known in France. Similar to the Spanish Iberico, this breed is deep black in colour and originated in the foothills of the French Pyrenees in the area around Nébouzanne, which stretches between the departments of Haute-Garonne, Haute-Pyrénées and Gers.
This robust and vigorous breed can handle hot weather and fares best when raised free-range on pasture.

Who is Maison Loste?
Combining tradition and modernity, Maison Loste has been helping you entertain with 150 years of know-how. Choosing the best cuts and painstakingly replicating the techniques passed from father to son – that’s Loste savoir-faire.

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DRY HAM NOIR DE BIGORRE AOC BONELESS SELECTION MAISON LOSTE VAC-PACK 5,7KG

Item No.ICH0WW0000287
The Noir de Bigorre pig is the oldest breed of pig known in France. Similar to the Spanish Iberico, this breed is deep black in colour and originated in the foothills of the French Pyrenees in the area around Nébouzanne, which stretches between the departments of Haute-Garonne, Haute-Pyrénées and Ge
Low stock

Description

The Noir de Bigorre pig is the oldest breed of pig known in France. Similar to the Spanish Iberico, this breed is deep black in colour and originated in the foothills of the French Pyrenees in the area around Nébouzanne, which stretches between the departments of Haute-Garonne, Haute-Pyrénées and Gers.
This robust and vigorous breed can handle hot weather and fares best when raised free-range on pasture.

Who is Maison Loste?
Combining tradition and modernity, Maison Loste has been helping you entertain with 150 years of know-how. Choosing the best cuts and painstakingly replicating the techniques passed from father to son – that’s Loste savoir-faire.

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There are no reviews yet.