This time, Old Spots which have been grown on a little longer, fed in the New Forest on acorns & chestnuts, then as it was a poor year for acorns supplemented with peanuts, as tried and tested by TV chef and pig farmer Phil Vickery on his own drift and apple mush, the byproduct of cider production.
In the counters from Thursday this week at Forest Hill, and on Saturday at Brockley Market & Spa Terminus, Bermondsey first come first served, no orders sorry.
Pannage pork, is an ultimate example of Farms Not Factories, though not the only one, so keep your eye out for higher welfare UK reared pork. If you haven't already, take the time to sign the pig pledge.
For more info on Pannage Pork, read this recent article from The Guardian