Welcome to Procter’s Sausages
Everyone loves sausages – you can buy them from just about anywhere that has a chill cabinet. The problem is the quality varies from inspirational, artisan-made products using the finest slow-grown pork, to the deviously bad, electric pink specimens using the worst and most watery, factory-farmed pork. Sausages range from the seriously sublime to the frankly disgraceful.
Truly great sausages are made from slow grown pigs, reared outdoors with space and freedom to display their natural behaviours. Fed a natural cereal based diet, there is time to develop a flavour and succulence that intensive indoor-farmed pork just cannot match.
Just sourcing correctly grown British pigs is only the beginning though. We use succulent cuts such as the shoulder and collar and mince the meat coarsely, ensuring a banger with fantastic texture and flavour. Add to this the right amount of rusk (bread with no yeast) to absorb the delicious cooking juices, fill the whole in a natural hog casing for a tender bite – and you’re getting close to the perfect sausage – a Procter’s sausage.