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Smithfield Foodservice introduces cook-in-bag smoked pork butt

October 23, 2013
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smithfield pork butt BODYPulled pork dishes continue to grow in popularity at restaurants — but the cooking process can be very time- and labor-intensive. Smithfield Foodservice is pleased to offer its new Cook-in-Bag Smoked Pork Butt, making it easy for operators to maintain fresh pork quality and right-from-the-smoker taste, without the need for special cooking equipment.

The benefits of Smithfield cook-in-bag technology are numerous. Each eight-pound, bone-in butt is wrapped in a pre-smoked net, infusing flavor throughout the cooking process, as the pork develops its signature barbecue bark. The vacuum-sealed packaging helps reduce the risk of cross-contamination and allows the pork to cook evenly and consistently. This high-yield product allows for maximum usage with minimal waste, since the cooked pork can be customized for a variety of applications and flavor profiles. www.smithfieldfoodservice.com

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