Iberian Field-Fed Grain Ham
Iberian Field-Fed Grain Ham
Iberian Field-Fed Grain Ham
Iberian Field-Fed Grain Ham
Iberian Field-Fed Grain Ham
Iberian Field-Fed Grain Ham Iberian Field-Fed Grain Ham

Iberian Field-Fed Grain Ham

Iberian Field-Fed Grain ham 50% green Tag Iberian Field-fed grain Green Tag

From 50% Iberian breed pigs raised in freedom and fed with herbs, roots and other resources from the pastures in the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche (Spain). This Field-Fed Grain Iberian ham with a quality certificate green TAG is made in Cortegana, the birthplace of Iberian ham from Spain where a centuries-old tradition of Iberian ham prevails. Cortegana has the prestige of belonging to the Jabugo Designation of Origin and its Iberian products are very appreciated all over the world.

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Iberian field-fed ham green tag, made in Cortegana

Ham cured and produced for 24 months in the natural cellars of Cortegana registered in the Jabugo DOP. This Iberian field-fed ham comes from pigs raised in freedom in the Dehesas of the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche in Andalusia. Our green TAG Iberian field bait ham contains the flavors of a high quality product made by hand and pampered by master ham makers during its curing and maturation period.

Certified quality Iberian Hams: Brida Verde

To certify the quality and traceability of a Cebo de Campo Iberian ham it is awarded the green seal or tag, and to do this, it must comply according to the "Ibérico Quality Standard" the following conditions:

  1. That the hams come from 50% Iberian breed pigs.
  2. That they have been fed in the pasture a part of their life with the resources of the countryside, complementing this diet with feed.
  3. That hams cannot weigh less than 7 Kg
  4. The hams must be cured for a minimum of 24 months.

Without a doubt, Iberian bait ham has a very good quality-price ratio and you will identify it in our store with its distinctive green tag.

Cebo de Campo Iberian Ham - Green Tag

1. What does "Cebo de Campo" mean in Iberian Ham?
It indicates that the pigs have been raised in a phase of their life in the countryside, feeding on the resources of the pasture.
2. Is Iberico Cebo de Campo ham healthy?
Iberian ham in general is a source of protein, iron, zinc and vitamins. It is also a good source of healthy fats, such as unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
3. What does the green tag mean?
The green tag is a quality seal that certifies field-aged Iberian ham. In this case, it indicates that the ham is 50% Iberian and complies with the standards of Royal Decree 4/2014 (spanish law)
4. How should Iberian ham be served?
The Iberian ham should be cut into thin slices and served at 22º room temperature for a good fusion of its fat and for it to melt in your mouth.
5. What is the difference between "cebo de campo" and "bellota" Iberian ham?
The field-fed ham ham comes from 50% Iberian breed Iberian pigs and they have eaten feed and pastures from the oak and cork oak forest. Acorn-fed ham comes from pigs that can be from 50% to 100% Iberian breed and have been fed with acorns.
Any questions about this Iberian "Cebo de Campo" Ham?
Cebo de Campo
50% Iberian
Green Tag
Extensive free in the Dehesa
24 months
Cortegana, D.O. Jabugo (Huelva, Spain)
Cebo Campo Ham 50% Iberian, salt, sugar, preservatives (E-252 and E-250) and antioxidant (E-300)

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