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Free Range Australian Pork, Apple & Sage Sausages - Frozen - 500g

Free Range Australian Pork, Apple & Sage Sausages - Frozen - 500g

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Our Free Range Australian Pork, Apple & Sage Sausages are Nitrate Free and prepared in Singapore. A well-loved favourite, the sausages are made with premium ingredients and herbs.

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    • 5 Sausages per pack
    • These items are made in Singapore by trusted partners using only the best ingredients
    • Clean raw ingredients
    • Gluten free, sugar free, trans-fat free, lower salt
    • No 'nasties' i.e. nitrates, nitrites and additives
    • Pre-cooked and blast frozen to ensure product integrity


    Our Free Range Australian Pork, Apple & Sage Sausages are prepared in Singapore. A well-loved favorite, the sausages are made with premium ingredients and herbs. Perfect for a BBQ or pan fried with a slice of sourdough and a squeeze of ketchup, mustard and caramelized onions. For a healthier version, make a generous warm salad (see here where you can choose to swap out the salmon). 


    Alternatively, try the sausages with a traditional big breakfast.


    The ingredients include Australian Free Range Pork, Natural Pork Casing, Rice Flour, Salt, Apple, Vegetable Powder, Herbs & Spices, Mineral Salt, Food Additives


    Perfect for the BBQ or pan fry. Check out our Homemade sausage rolls recipe for inspiration!


    As the majority of our products are real, whole, raw ingredients, we have not listed the nutritional panel for each item on our website. However, if you are seeking advice on the amount of protein, fat, carbohydrates and fibre of any meat, seafood, fruit or vegetable product, we recommend using one of these sites: WebMD or Nutrition Value.