Berkshire Pork comes from a three-century old heritage breed swine discovered in Berkshire County in the United Kingdom. The black-coated Berkshire pig was specially bred for the King of England’s own personal meat supply because of its prized juiciness, flavor and tenderness. Berkshire Pork offers a deeper-hued, more heavily marbled pork than conventionally found pork in grocery stores. The taste and quality of South Farms’ Berkshire Pork is recognizably a cut above conventional pork. South Farms’ animals are never given antibiotics or growth hormone to promote growth or mask disease and nutritional deficiencies.