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Traditional Breeds Fresh Blood Black Pudding Specialist Bacons

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Recommended *****
I didn't think they still made bacon like that!! Sausages are cracking as well.
Graham H
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Simply the Best.
Never before have I attempted to eat an entire log of Black Pudding until I tried this one. The magical blend...
Jon Gay Cookery School
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Best ever
Best ever Morcilla, Serve plain with a poached egg for an iron rich brek or, with toasted hazelnuts, burrata a...
Proper Yorkshire Bird
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Splendid Black Pudding
Had several packs of these last Christmas and plan to do the same again this year. The only trouble is making...
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Very tasty bacon
I bought a pack of streaky from Porkstock this weekend and made breakfast on Sunday. It was great with a bit o...
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This Black Pudding is Fantastic. Full of flavour and so Juicy! Not only do our customers love it, but more imp...
Andrew - Chef at Jimmy's Farm
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Anger turns to pleasure
Well, I saw the tv show and at 70 years of age, having enjoyed black pudding all my life, I could not believe ...
Pete, Nottinghamshire
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Fresh black pudding
My fresh black pudding arrived today-not disappointed, the best I've tried and I've tried a lot will definitel...
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I am now a true convert to Real Blood Black Pudding. It is exceptionally tasty, crumbly not fatty and with the...
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What have I been eating all these years?
Simply the BEST. If you think you like Black Puddings...try the real thing. What have I been eating all these ...
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Amazing... amazing.... amazing
Nothing compares to this..thank god for Fruit Pig...the king of black pudding...will be back for more and we'r...
The Bennetts
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In a league of its own
Delicious pudding - best I have tasted in the UK
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Black pudding bonbon heaven
I have never tasted a black pudding like it fantastic. I've not been a big lover of the black pudding but this...
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Incredibly good. I usually like my Irish puds, mostly oatmeal, minimal meat taste; but for a traditional crumb...
Mike Walsh
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White pudding is a revelation
Didn't know white pudding was a thing until we tried in the selection pack. It's really very, very good.
The Mawsons
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You've got to try this!
Mutton Pancetta - wha? Try it. You won't be disappointed. It adds a bit of pizzazz to many a meal!
Mrs C
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Black Pudding Nostalgia!
I'd given up buying modern black puddings, as they were universally bland and a pale imitation of he puddings ...
Peter Hargreaves
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Yeah, proper bacon
We eat this every weekend, old school big breakfast. LCHF. Amazing bacon, my husband eats so much that nitrate...
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A true Haggis
I bought a haggis from Fruit Pig at North Creake Farmers Market last Saturday (4 Aug 18). I have always liked...
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Black pudding
Absolutely delicious! I came across Fruit Pig fresh blood black pudding some time ago and was really taken by...
Rod Wheatley
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Outstanding product and perfect for our Gluten Free range.
This is a fantastic product and so well balanced in flavour that even people who have previously not liked bla...
JT (not the one above)
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The wee beastie
Despite my Scottish heritage I am only fairly new to the joys of a white dag. I started out with Howie's of Au...
Andrew B
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Simply the best!
Tried this for the first time recently and instantly regretted not doing so before. 18-year-old son loved it t...
Jeff P
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Black Pudding
This is the king. Sourced eaten raw and cooked. The seasoning is perfect. Won’t find anything better. Th...
Kev Bridger
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These are excellent black puddings, I have not had better. The taste and quality are unmatched. Please keep ma...
A Starr
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Delicious! There is no other
Buyer beware, no other black pudding will do after you try this! The best.
Max Townsend
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Proper dag how it should be
Irrelevant of the taste of this dag, it is made with real blood, not dried blood which in the most has been im...
Andrew B

Macon (Cured Mutton) Bacon

Dry-cured boned mutton leg 'bacon'

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£12.00 for 500g

Gluten Free Nitrate Free Paleo Friendly Keto Friendly
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Macon (Cured Mutton) Bacon

Historically, when pork was in short supply for baconing, mutton was used instead; they called it "M-acon".   We slow cure boned hogget/mutton legs to create our mutton leg bacon. The result is award-winning, delicious, and surprisingly, not overly ‘mutton-y’. 

To cook: As pork bacon, grill or fry in a lightly oiled pan.

Allergens: Nil

StarStarStarStarStar Mutton - the lost meat - refound
Little Bo Peep had a little lamb, Little Bo Peep had a roast dinner, Little Bo Peep no little lamb. Next year, Little Bo Peep had a little lamb, Little lamb got through the gap under the fence and went to gambol and frollick in fields far away. Little Bo Peep went hungrier than last year. Little lamb grew and grew and grew, the days got shorter, the nights got longer and little lamb became a hogget. Little hogget lamb kept grazing all those nice grasses and herbs, converting their sugars into energy and grew his little muscles. Little hogget lamb was slowly maturing, if only Little Bo Peep could find the damned creature. Little hogget lamb, all full of slow produced flavas, got tooth ache. His teetch coming through his gums. Little hogget lamb was morphing into Little hogget lamb mutton, lets just call him Mutton for now. Mutton was a great deceiver, folk thought he was old and unpalatable. In fact it was the opposite, an age which had lost grace and favour, everyone wanted a nice bit of young flesh to consume. But Antwacky Mr Mutton, he knew what he was about. He was class and style, he'd lived life and knew his rythmn, his grain was fine and had threads of fatty flava intertwined in his bulk. He was not going to go to waste, he was going to be the king. He was going to give Mr Porker a run for his grass, snaffle his pig nuts, and make for the open hill. But, lo, what is that? Hark, it is Little Bo Peep with her collie dog. Awaaaay, come bye, and that was Antwacky Mr Mutton gathered up. He knew what was to come, for other's had told him about it. His could see that his role in life was to sustain another. If only all of the old small abattoirs had not been closed over the years. At least he had heard of these good old boys who had turned themselves into slaughtermen, hardly the most glamourous of human roles, but a hugely vital one and a rumour was around that they really cared, they knew compassion and they honoured the beasts who would fall to them that day. Antwacky Mr Mutton was sanguine about his future but he knew he was to become a top quality cut, cured to perfection and ready to make someone's face beam for the rest of the day. Little Bo Peep's lover was over for the day and they made a nice salad from the garden for lunch. But something was missing. Antwacky Mr Mutton. Bo got out the old cast iron fry pan and a few slices of Macon, cooked them till the fat was crispy and broke them up over the salad. Oh, what joy, what pleasures. The simple things in life are the best, and Bo and her lover spent the rest of the afternoon lounging on the lawn in the sun. They were not Macon Bacon. But you could go and order some of your own, go on, surprise yourself.
Andrew Burton

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Boned, trimmed hogget/mutton leg (96%), sea salt, raw cane sugar, preservative E250 (sodium nitrite).



Typical values per 100g serving:

Energy - 768kJ, 183kcal

Fat - 11g

  of which saturates - 5.2g

Cabohydrate - 0.8g

  of which sugars - 0.8g

Protein - 20.00g

Salt - 3.6g

Allergens: Nil

28 days in the fridge or up to 6 months wrapped in the freezer.

Courier Delivery

We deliver UK-wide using APC Overnight.  Our standard delivery is next-day 0800-1800.  Our stated pricing is for mainland deliveries and Southern Scotland only.  Deliveries to outer islands, remote areas in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland costs between £18 - £25; the delivery charge and delivery timescale will be highlighted to you before you commit to purchase.

Tracking notifications will be sent to your email address and mobile number (if supplied during ordering).  Do check your spam filter if nothing arrives in your 'inbox'.

We are a small company and strive to give all of our customers the very best bespoke service. On occasion, we can have limited stock and can’t guarantee to fulfill orders placed at short notice (but it's always worth calling to check). 

  • Generally, Thursday to Saturday delivery charges are as follows:
    • Orders up to £49 are £9.99
    • Orders £50-£79 are £7.99
    • Orders £80-£139 are £5.99
    • Orders over £140 are free


Please pay by MasterCard, Visa, Solo, American Express and your PayPal account.  We also accept BACS payments. No cheques please.

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We do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any third party.

For further information, please call us on 01945 439455 or send an email


Fruit Pig Company Limited: 6 Anglia Way, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire PE13 2TY.

Company Registration: 07220239          

VAT No: 987 5380 60


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