Charcuterie
Barossa Roast Free Range Turkey Sliced 100g

Product Profile:

Name Barossa Roast Free Range Turkey
Producer Barossa Fine Foods
Origin Adelaide, South Australia
Format Sliced retail packet
Size 100g
Minimum Order 1 unit
Qty Per Box 10 units

Description:

Since the 1920’s the Knoll family has been making smallgoods using traditional techniques. They arrived in Australia in 1957 but it wasn’t until much later that they bought a small shop in the Adelaide Central Market called Barossa Fine Foods. From that single shop in 1991, the company has grown to have 8 retail outlets and a new factory facility that supplies product Australia wide. 

While their production has increased significantly, they pride themselves on staying true to their traditional hand processing methods and never compromise on the quality of their smallgoods. Celebrating 23 years in 2014 with over 120 staff and family and one of the most diverse product ranges in the country, Barossa Fine Foods has become the market leader in award winning smallgoods. 

Barossa Fine Foods Smoked Free Range Turkey is made using free range turkey from a farm near Bordertown in South Eastern SA. The product is made with pure breast, lightly cured then double smoked. Great as a healthy snack on its own or to use in sandwiches and salads.


 

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Avg. servings per pack: 4               serving size: 25g     
  Avg. per serve per 100g
Energy  159kJ 637kJ
Protein  7.1g 28.4g
Fat, Total  1.0g 3.9g
  - Saturated  0.3g 1.1g
Carbohydrates 0.3g 1.0g
  - Sugars  0.3g 1.0g
Sodium  277mg 1106mg
Ingredients: 95% Turkey, water, salt, glucose, dextrose (maize), grape juice, mineral salts (451,450,452), HVP (maize), pork protein, food acid (262), herbs & spices, fibre (gluten free), dextrin (gluten free), preservative (lauric arginate).
Whilst all care has been taken to ensure this information is correct, please refer to the product label for further information.  

 

Information for this profile sourced from AOAP Staff & https://www.barossafinefoods.com.au

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