New proposal to modify the “Iberic Rules”

June 26, 2012 in News

Our cuisine can be proud of one of the great standards with which we use, and it is the name “Iberian” that comes from our pigs breed and denomination of origin of the products made with them.

Today there are four denominations within the Iberian category depending on the food they eat and the environment in which they grow:

 

- Iberico de Bellota (acorn):

It is the product obtained from  free-range pigs that roam oak forests (called dehesas)  and eat only acorns.

 

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