Lower Fat Premium Pork Sausages

Porky Lights are made from prime cuts of lean hand-trimmed pork. Both lower in fat and lower in sugar and delicately seasoned they come in at 70% less fat than regular sausages. An altogether lighter bite!

Pork 75%, water, gluten free breadcrumb (rice flour, potato starch, tapioca starch, dextrose, yeast, sugar, salt, maize starch, vegetable fibre), salt, stabiliser: sodium tripolyphosphate, white pepper, preservative: sodium sulphite, sage, ground nutmeg, ground mace, ground coriander, cayenne chilli mix (paprika, cayenne), ground black pepper, yeast extract, parsley, marjoram, ground ginger. Filled in natural pork casings.

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One pack contains 6 portions.

Whilst every precaution has been taken to remove bones some may remain.

Free of genetically modified ingredients.

All packaging 100% recyclable.

Below is the nutritional information and typical values for uncooked sausages.

Per sausage

Energy 445.6kJ/106.7kcal
Fat 5.9g of which saturates 2.1g
Carbohydrates 4.1g of which sugars 0.4g
Fibre 0.5g
Protein 9.5g
Salt 1.0g

Per 100g

Energy 668kJ/160kcal
Fat 8.9g of which saturates 3.2g
Carbohydrates 6.1g of which sugars.0.6g
Fibre 0.7g
Protein 14.2g
Salt 1.5g



LowER Fat Sausages?

Sausages can indeed be lower in fat. While traditional sausages often contain a higher fat content, there are many varieties available that cater to different dietary preferences. Porky Lights are a leaner option that use very lean cuts of meat from chicken and pork which reduces the overall fat content. So, if you're looking for a lighter option, keep an eye out for our lower fat sausages, and you can still enjoy all of their deliciousness without compromising on your personal health goals.


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