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Cebo 50% Iberian Loin

Cebo 50% Iberian Loin

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Loin from 50% Iberian breed pigs fed with high quality cereal and natural feed.

 
 19,50€ 
19,50 € (VAT included)
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Half Piece of 600 to 700 g
19,50 €
Half Piece of 700 to 800 g
22,50 €
Full Piece of 1.2 to 1.4 Kg
39,00 €
c.€30.00/kg VAT included
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Loin from 50% Iberian breed pigs fed with high quality cereal and natural feed.
 
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Shipments in 24/72 hours and free
for orders over 100€
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Shipments in 24/72 hours and free
for orders over 100€
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Iberian loin low-fat from 50% Iberian pigs fed with high quality cereal and natural feed.


Marinated and seasoned with natural spices following the traditional recipe of our ancestors and then stuffed into casings.


After its elaboration, Cebo 50% Iberian Loin goes through a natural and slowly curing process in our drying rooms for c. 4 months.


Product presentation: half piece vacuum-packed.

Approximate nutritional information per 100g
Energy value 1197 KJ/ 286 Kcal
Fat 15.5 g
of which saturated 5.5 g
Carbohydrate 0.9 g
of which sugars <0,5 g
Protein 35.8 g
Salt 3,8 g


*All the Iberian products manufactured by Jamones Benito Pérez are certified gluten-free products and are therefore suitable for coeliac.

Keep the piece of Iberian loin in the fridge at a temperature between 0ºC and 8ºC.


Whenever you want to eat it, take it out of the fridge cut the quantity you would like to consume and throw away the plastic bag.


Afterwards, store the remaining piece in the fridge wrapped in cling film. Allow the Iberian loin to warm up for 1 or 2 hours before consumption.


However, if you are about to consume it in a short time or you prefer the Iberian loin to cure more, leave it covered with a cloth in a cool, dry place.

Iberian loin low-fat from 50% Iberian pigs fed with high quality cereal and natural feed.


Marinated and seasoned with natural spices following the traditional recipe of our ancestors and then stuffed into casings.


After its elaboration, Cebo 50% Iberian Loin goes through a natural and slowly curing process in our drying rooms for c. 4 months.


Product presentation: half piece vacuum-packed.

Approximate nutritional information per 100g
Energy value 1197 KJ/ 286 Kcal
Fat 15.5 g
of which saturated 5.5 g
Carbohydrate 0.9 g
of which sugars <0,5 g
Protein 35.8 g
Salt 3,8 g


*All the Iberian products manufactured by Jamones Benito Pérez are certified gluten-free products and are therefore suitable for coeliac.

Keep the piece of Iberian loin in the fridge at a temperature between 0ºC and 8ºC.


Whenever you want to eat it, take it out of the fridge cut the quantity you would like to consume and throw away the plastic bag.


Afterwards, store the remaining piece in the fridge wrapped in cling film. Allow the Iberian loin to warm up for 1 or 2 hours before consumption.


However, if you are about to consume it in a short time or you prefer the Iberian loin to cure more, leave it covered with a cloth in a cool, dry place.

 
Customer reviews
(4/5)
Isabel Lorenzo
6 Octubre 2020
Siempre compro,todo el año Buen jamón,pero mejor lomo ibérico de toda España Excelente

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