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• Grows on Mount Kirishima at the junction of Kagoshima and Miyazaki prefectures in southern Kyushu, Japan
• Normal black pigs sleep 15 hours a day
• Kirishima Farm is the largest black pork farm in Japan
• Founded in 1969
• In 1981, the Berkshire variety was successfully introduced from the UK
• Currently importing more than 58,000 items per year
• In the past, pigs used rotten vegetables or fish as feed, and the technology was insufficient. Pigs get sick or die easily and grow slowly.
• After more than 30 years of improvement, the farm now has a feed mill. The feed uses a lot of barley and wheat as raw materials to make black pork sweeter and more elastic.
• Japanese black pork is considered the best quality pork because it contains a lot of "carnosine"-a natural antioxidant that can effectively protect and replenish human cells and delay skin aging.
Grows in Kirishima Mountain at the junction of Kagoshima and Miyazaki prefectures in southern Kyushu, Japan. Black pigs usually sleep for 15 hours a day.
Kirishima Farm is the largest black pig farm in Japan. It was established in 1969. In 1981, the Berkshire breed of black pig was successfully introduced from the United Kingdom. Currently, more than 58,000 imported items are imported each year.
In the past, pigs used rotten vegetables or fish as feed, and the technology was insufficient. The pigs were prone to get sick or die and grow slowly.
After more than 30 years of improvement, the farm now has a feed factory. The feed is based on a large amount of barley and wheat, which makes the black pork meat sweeter and more elastic.
Japanese black pork is regarded as the best quality pork because it contains a large amount of "carnosine" -a natural antioxidant, which effectively protects and replenishes human cells and slows down skin aging.
Storage Condition: Keep frozen at -18℃. Don’t not refreeze once thawed.