100% Canadian pork has excellent marbling, delivering tenderness, juiciness, and flavour in every cut.
Exclusive Products at Sobeys
Proudly produced in Quebec, Nagano Pork products are renown for their tenderness and juicy, rosy meat. Carefully bred and fed a mix of grains including wheat, barley and soy, the result is an exceptional, white marbled meat that makes for a wonderful and flavourful eating experience. Butchered to Japanese specifications, these Nagano Pork products are exclusive to Sobeys and are sure to become a family favourite.
Nagano Pork cuts include:
- **Cook your Nagano Pork cuts until you reach an internal temperature of 71°C (160°F). Your meat will be slightly pink in the centre as it should be so that it stays juicy and tender!
- Look for cooking juices to run clear
- Choose sweet and salty combos with your pork for a tasty eating experience and don’t forget, these cuts are perfect for grilling!
Exclusive to the banners operated by Sobeys Inc. Exclusivity applies to the noted pre-packaged Nagano Pork products and ‘big box’ retailers. Does not apply in Quebec.
Pork Tips and Recipes:
- New to roasting pork? Start with our pork primer to get the details on roasting to perfection ever time.
- Roasted pork tenderloin in 35 minutes? Yes, you can! Try this unique Peanut-Crusted Pork Tenderloin for something delicious and fast tonight.
- Take a trek to the tropics with this Caribbean-Spiced Nagano Pork Chop with Honey and Cider Vinegar Sauce, no airfare required!
- Leave them wondering how long you spent in the kitchen with this Nagano Pork Loin Chop with Port Sauce, Onion Confit and Goat Cheese recipe. Only you’ll know it was under and hour to whip up this wow-worthy dish.
- If you find yourself with leftover roasted pork, you’re in luck! Try this Pork Roast, Pear & Caramelized Onion Sandwich for a quick meal solution.
- In search of other ways to use up any roast pork or cooked pork cuts? Cut your pork into strips, and stir fry with bok choy, mushrooms, bell peppers, and any other veg you like. Serve over steamed rice and you’ve got a dish do-over that everyone will enjoy. Or dice your cooked pork and whip up some fried rice with left over or frozen vegetables, soy sauce, white rice and an egg or two. Simple and so satisfying!