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Pork Fillets
Pork Fillets

From $18.99

Pork Roast Leg Bone In
Pork Chops Shoulder
Pork Chops Shoulder

From $11.99

Pork Loin Chops
Pork Loin Chops

From $11.90

Pork Mince
Pork Mince

From $8.99

Pork Shoulder Roast Bone In
Pork Spare Ribs
Pork Spare Ribs

From $9.99

Pork Belly
Pork Belly

From $9.99

Pork Hock
Pork Hock

From $4.90

Pork Steak Sirloin
Pork Steak Sirloin

From $17.99

Pork Crackle
Pork Crackle

From $2.50

Pork Leg Steak
Pork Leg Steak

From $14.99

Pork Rump Steak
Pork Rump Steak

From $8.99

Pork Medallion Steak
Pork Medallion Steak

From $17.99

Pork Schnitzel
Pork Schnitzel

From $19.90

Pork Fillet
Pork Fillet

From $9.99

Pork Stir Fry
Pork Stir Fry

From $18.99

Pork Chops Loin
Pork Chops Loin

From $13.90

Pork Belly Bone In
Pork Belly Bone In

From $14.99

Pork Diced Sale!
Pork Diced

From $8.99

Pork Roast Shoulder Bone In
Pork Slices Bone In
Pork Slices Bone In

From $16.99

Pork Steak Leg
Pork Steak Leg

From $13.99

Pork Shoulder Chops Sale!
Pork Shoulder Chops

From $8.99

Roast Pork Loin
Roast Pork Loin

From $14.99

Pork Pickled
Pork Pickled

From $12.99

Pork Boneless Leg Roast
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Fresh Pork Buying Guide

Pork is not only delicious, but it is also highly nutritious. It is a good source of nutrients like thiamine, niacin and riboflavin and vitamin B6, as well as zinc and potassium. If all those healthy things have inspired you to buy some fresh pork, here's what to look out for.


The most common cuts on sale are leg, shoulder, belly and loin. Generally, pork is much leaner than it used to be but if you're on a health kick, the leanest cuts tend to be from the loin. Surprisingly, these cuts are up there with skinless chicken breast in percentage of fat, but with a fuller flavour and much more succulence. 


Light red to cherry red meat is the colour to look for, with slight fat marbling through the meat for enhanced flavour. Pale or white flesh is not good, especially if it is sitting in any form of liquid, as this suggests the meat has been stored too long, or is of dubious origin. Free-range pork should always be on the shopping list; this tells you that animal welfare was a priority for the producer, and that the flavour will also be optimal. In summary, if the meat looks pale, soft and spongy, give it a miss.  


Finally, to the fat. This is vital info for cracking lovers! Look for fat that is white to creamy in colour. Anything darker is no good, as are dark spots on the fat. You want a perfectly blemish-free layer of white fat, which will eventually become super crackling.