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Who is Van Wyngaardt?

Van Wyngaardt is an international wholesale supplier of top quality processed meat products.

The Heart of Tradition

What started as a small family-run butchery in 2001, has flourished into a dynamic wholesale processed meat operation. Three generations of tradition have transformed Van Wyngaardt’s meat products into a sought after brand. Our products are traditionally wood-smoked and are manufactured to the highest standards, which is what sets us apart from the competition. We are artisan butchers, providing high-quality processed meat to our retail, corporate, hospitality, and wholesale partners. We always supply optimum quality meat products at competitive online prices.

Products

We have an amazing array of high quality processed products available for you to choose from. View our entire range below.

Bacon is a type of cured pork. It is available in a variety of cuts, the most common of which is back bacon which comes from the loin. The word comes from from the Old High German Bahho, meaning “buttock”, “ham”. It’s important…. Read More

The two primary methods for cooking ribs are using either moist heat or dry heat. The reason is that the ribs have large amounts of cartilage and connective tissue and therefore it requires time and low heat to ensure…. Read More

The shank refers to a reasonably meaty part just below the pork shoulder. The hock relates to a much bonier cut taken from just above the feet. They contain a lot of collagen. Therefore, they require a long, slow, moist-heat…. Read More

Sausages have become meal staples throughout the world. The famous ‘bangers and mash’ dish originates from the United Kingdom; while the popular Bockwurst derives from Germany. Interestingly, many people believe that…. Read More
The term ‘footlong sausage’ is as simple as it sounds:1ft = 30cm, which is the length of a standard ruler. Footlong sausages are generally associated with the hotdog, a snack that many food historians believe originally hails from…. Read More
Bacon and sausage – there isn’t a better combination of pork meat to accompany a traditional breakfast. The majority of fast-food restaurants and family restaurants in many countries will carry one or more versions of these types…. Read More

Most Recent Blog Posts

Learn more about our processed product range and whether you are a pro chef or a home foodie, you will get a load of info from our blog.

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Four Common Mistakes People Make When Cooking Pork

Pork is an in-demand meat in South Africa, and with good reason. It can be cooked in many different ways, including roasting pork fillets, grilling breakfast sausages, smoking marinated ribs. You can almost smell it, right? The last thing you want to do is ruin a high-quality cut of pork by overcooking it or choosing the wrong cut for your dish. Ensure you avoid the following common mistakes when cooking with pork, and you’ll end up with a tasty, tender and flavourful piece of pork every time.

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Pork With Sweet & Sour Onion Sauce

Welcome to Van Wyngaardt’s recipe recommendation series. Today, we will show you how to make delicious pork with sweet and sour onion sauce. We’re using lean pork fillets, which is one of the healthiest cuts of meat.

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The Different Ways Of Cooking Pork

Pork is ideally cooked when it reaches slightly over 63°C. It’s best to test this using a meat thermometer. Perfectly cooked pork is juicy and tender, with a slight touch of pink in the centre.

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Roast Pork With Couscous & Ginger Yoghurt

Welcome to Van Wyngaardt’s recipe recommendation series. Today, we’re going to show you how to cook delectable roast pork with couscous and ginger yoghurt. Give your body an iron-rich boost with this low-fat yet nourishing roast pork fillet recipe.

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Five questions to ask your pork supplier

Are you looking to promote new, tasty varieties of bacon for sale and other pork meat products in your retail store? Make sure that you find a wholesale meat supplier that can answer all the following questions definitively.

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