We’ve already talked in this blog about the differences between Serrano Ham and Iberian ham. This time, we want to demonstrate the differences between Serrano ham and PDO Teruel Ham, which some people still mistakenly called Teruel Serrano Ham. However, before entering into more technical aspects, we firstly want to make it clear what we […]
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Which pigs do Teruel Ham come from?
When we talk about pigs in Spain, we usually divide them into just two types: Iberian pigs and White pigs. The former come from the Mediterranean Trunk of this animal, whilst the latter come from the Celtic or European Trunk. For people who are in-the-know, this is the simplest distinction. The first image that comes […]
PDO Teruel Ham: A food for all ages
A while ago, we published a post on the benefits of eating ham. Without any intention of repeating ourselves, today we’d like to put particular emphasis on the characteristics of a unique ham such as the PDO Teruel Ham, and on its benefits throughout our lives.
The 5 PDO for ham in Spain
Oil, cheese, fruit, paprika, mussels, wine and of course, ham. These are some of the many foods that have been acknowledged in our country as a paragon of quality with a PDO (Protected Designation of Origin), a total of 101 agro-food products. This stand-out quality figure is protected by Europe, guaranteeing consumers a series of […]