The traditional approach is returning to food production. We follow this trend by including Sanos Lino Mangalica products in our offer.
Mangalica is an autochthonous breed of domestic pig. One cannot say its meat is fatty and therefore harmful. For years, it has been a saying connected with eating pork, with allegations that it leads to clogging of blood vessels. But when Mangalica meat is in question, the situation is quite the opposite. It is one of the healthiest and highest quality meats available.
You don’t have to give up the crispy crust and softness that melts in your mouth – try Mangalica meat, fat and cracklings and include them in your diet – we guarantee you will be enchanted by both the taste and the benefits for your health.
Scientific research on the nutritional values of Mangalica meat has proven that prejudices about pork are not valid in this case. Mangalica meat products have a composition which may reduce the level of bad (LDL) and increase the level of good (HDL) cholesterol. Also, cholesterol in Mangalica meat is on average 50-75% lower compared to the average cholesterol levels in pork of other breeds.
Therefore, it is possible to combine tasty and useful – you no longer have to look for foods that eliminate cholesterol, you can eat Mangalica products instead and thus be sure that the quality prevents high cholesterol levels in the blood.
Mangalica meat is much healthier than the meat of other breeds of pigs because more than 65% of corn is present in their diet. Due to its properties, it is an excellent source of B vitamins (especially B6 and B12) and iron.
Sanos Lino products are created with great love and respect for the old-fashioned, domestic way of growing animals and processing meat. The traditional approach always proves to be a complete success when the goal is to preserve the natural properties of meat, as our ancestors did. Pigs are not fed with soy and are not treated with antibiotics. Recipes come from many years of experience and testing, and the products satisfy the tastes of even the most discerning consumers of the modern age.