Pork

Examples of ingredients and products that (may) contain pork: 

  • All ingredients, including pork fat or lard.
  • Various , snacks, ready meals, sausage rolls, gelatine.

Note: 

  • Wild boar should also be indicated here, as pigs and boars belong to the same family in taxonomy;
  • Pork based gelatine should be indicated.
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