Pork tail


The pork tail is the rear end of the pig hindquarters. Pork tail has a small elongated shape towards the end. Even though it consists entirely of tendons and skin, pork tail is really tasty and far from dull because of how crispy and chewy it becomes when cooked.

BAF Meat pork tail is an excellent source of protein (26.4%), fat (22.7%), and carbohydrate (4.0%), as well as several trace minerals (calcium, phosphorus, and iron). Collagen, elastin, keratin, albumin, globulin are only some of the numerous proteins found in pork tail, most of which are concentrated in the skin.