Black Pudding

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Not just for breakfast, black pudding is a staple of the Irish diet that’s made from pork blood and pork fat. The high proportion of a cereal – usually oatmeal – distinguish Irish pudding from blood sausages eaten in other parts of the world.

To ensure it’s as fresh as when it left our store, your purchase is delivered in superior, eco-friendly insulated packaging, specifically designed for the transportation of temperature-sensitive goods.

Not just for breakfast, black pudding is a staple of the Irish diet.

Weight Range for this product: 400g

Our famous black pudding is made with fresh blood and filled into natural casings. It’s perfect for a starter, lunch or dinner dish and not just for breakfast.

Allergens: Wheat

We only use free range pork that’s been raised outdoors on grassland for most of the year. Sourced from the wonderful green fields of Co. Wicklow, they’re provided with a natural relaxed atmosphere and extremely high animal welfare standards. All this ensures the fantastic flavour of our famous pork products.

To ensure it’s as fresh as when it left our store, your purchase is delivered in superior, eco-friendly insulated packaging, specifically designed for the transportation of temperature-sensitive goods.
Yes, all products are cut fresh to order so they are perfect for home freezing.
Always remove your meat from the refrigerator one hour before cooking. Allow it to get to room temperature. When finished cooking, always allow your meat to rest for 10 minutes before carving.
Yes, we can trace each piece of meat that enters and leaves our premises. We use a cloud-based traceability and HACCP system with the latest software that is available to us.

Our Awards

While we don’t do what we do for awards, our great success is a source of pride for everyone that is responsible for it including our butchers, apprentices, cash-desk assistants, sales reps and van drivers. We are each humbled that you, our valued customers, continue to come back to us year upon year. So thank you.

Best In Ireland

2013-2020

Independently Recommended

2020

Silver Medal

2019

Bronze Medal

2019