Canned pork meat from Poland does not have to be much less nutritious than fresh produce. Modern food preservation technologies retain a large number of minerals and vitamins, not to mention the taste. Also, for cans. Our Beef Loaf, Cured Pork Shank, Goose Pate with Port Wine, or Chopped pork With Pork Skin, will prove it right after opening them. Just like the Pork Loaf in Natural Juices, Chopped Pork, or Hungarian Beef Goulash present in our offer. Thanks to this and no other form of closure, our meat delicacies can reach you from Europe while maintaining their freshness and great taste. Packed in airtight, usually metal containers, our victuals will please you with their undoubted advantages. This is a convenient and practical way to add more nutrients to your diet. Furthermore, canning helps ensure that you will have access to a wide variety of foods all year round.
Canned meat and other foods are as good as fresh products in taste and quality. This method was developed in the late 18th century as a way to provide a stable source of food for soldiers and sailors during the wars. The most popular type of food they contained was Pork Ham, Chicken Luncheon Loaf, or Polish Cured Minced Pork. And also Polish Blood Kiszka and Luncheon Meat. Many people consider these types of meals often to be less nutritious than even frozen products. Yet, research shows that this is not always the case. Canning preserves most of the nutrients in the food. The process does not affect protein, carbohydrates, and fat. Most of the minerals and fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamins A, D, E, and K, are also retained. High salt and sugar additives are usually considered the most harmful disadvantages of canning. Yet, this is a matter of the past. Modern technologies allow you to abandon them.