Ruffle fat – sometimes referred to as intestinal adipose tissue – is a particular type of pork fat found near the intestines of a pig. This adipose tissue connects the intestinal loops and is obtained during the process of removing the intestines.

Intestinal adipose tissue is found in the mesentery, where many other structures are found, in particular lymph nodes. These make ruffle fat have a shorter shelf life than other types of lard, yet it has its own unique use!

All ruffle fat we source must meet the criteria for category 3 animal by-products. This ensures that all products meet the necessary hygiene and safety standards and are suitable for further processing.

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