The hot dog reinvented, 96% free range UK farmed organic pork, no fillers, only prime cuts used.
♥ Made from free range UK farmed organic pork
♥ 96% pork with delicate smoky taste
♥ GM free
♥ Made with natural casings
♥ Contains no mechanically reclaimed meat, just prime cuts of organic pork
♥ Gluten-free, great for coeliacs. No added bread or cheap rusk
♥ Cook in – just 5 minutes.
♥ Suitable for home freezing
♥ Perfect for boil, grill, fry or BBQ cooking
♥ Soil Association approved organic product
96% British organic pork, salt, organic herbs and spices (ginger, garlic, coriander, nutmeg, paprika, pepper, onions, caraway), stabiliser, sodium citrate, organic dextrose, antioxidant: asorbic acid, preservative, sodium nitrite, smoked: filled into natural casing.
Free from genetically modified ingredients, free from gluten, free from nuts and nut derivatives. Produced in a factory that handles celery and mustard. Packed in a protective atmosphere.
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