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The Iberian shoulder ham (Cebo de Campo) is the foreleg of an Iberian pig raised in the pastures during its last stage and fed with natural compound feed and grass. Traditional production process and curing period for more than 18 months.
These shoulder hams are cured in the area of Salamanca or Extremadura, where the characteristic climate makes hams of mild flavor, slightly sweet and fruity aromas.
We take very good care of all the process to offer you the best iberico Cebo shoulder ham you can eat!!!
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|Healing||More than 18 months|
|Feeding||Cebo de campo: Based on natural feed and during the final fattening stage they eat acorns in the pastures.|
|Part of the pig||Foreleg|
|Tasting note||Smooth tasty flavour with strong delicious aroma.|
|Health||Rich in protein, B vitamins and oleic acid (good cholesterol producer). Very low in calories (95cal per 50g), a indispensable part of the Mediterranean diet, 100% healthy.|
|Curiosities||The Iberian excellent quality of this ham comes from its traditional curing process controlled by the “Maestro jamonero”. His dedication and experience make a good Iberian pata negra ham into an extraordinary ham.|
|Price per kilo||93.26 €/kg|
|Peso neto||1.5 kg|
|Ingredients||Iberian shoulder pork ham, salt, sugar, acidity regulator (E-331iii) and preservatives (E-250, E-252).|
|Nutritional values||Energy value: 334 Kcal Fat: 19.85 g Of which saturated: 10.87 g Carbohydrates: 0.3 g of which sugars: 0.2 g Proteins: 38.64 g Salt: 4.82 g|
|Allergens & co||Free gluten. Free lactose.|
Once you confirmed your order, this will be prepared and sent via courier. Delivery times and shipping costs depend on the destination and weight. During the process you will receive detailed information about the status of your order.
We select the ham at its optimum curing process when we receive your order. Then it is packaged for optimal preservation during transport: wrapped in gift paper breathable, a cotton cover, a decorative mesh, and a box-suitcase handle.
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