Free Range Pork

Free-Range Pork Loin Slices from Hokkaido (300g)

Horizon Farms


Please note that this product has been changed to slices. To provide you with a better shopping experience we are slowly welcoming additional free-range pig farmers to our pork product ranges. This product will now be from either the El Paso Ranch or Nakano Farm of Hokkaido - both from the same location, raising all-year free-range pigs without nasties. There is no difference in quality or package size. See more below.

Please note that we are unable to accept requests for a specific farm or fat content regarding this product. Thank you for your understanding.

300g (10.5oz) of thinly sliced free-range pork loin slices from Tokachi, Hokkaido. These slices have a rich pork flavor and are perfect for Japanese dishes like sukiyaki. The fat renders beautifully and creates extra juiciness. 

100% real free-range and naturally raised pork from Hokkaido, Japan, probably the only place in Japan that has space for free-roaming animals. Happy as a pig in mud. Bathing in the nearby river during summer and playing around on the snowfields in winter - that's the happy life of the pigs that are raised completely free-range in the Tokachi area of Hokkaido. And when we say free range we mean the real deal free-range. Spring, summer, autumn, and winter - 24 hours, all year free-range. The images below are actual photos of the farms.

Free-range pork, in this case, pastured pork tastes different because it is different! The pigs are able to exercise freely and build natural muscles without the aid of growth promoters. They get to wander and forage with the herd and interact and do not suffer the same stress as intensively farmed pigs. Give it a try and taste the difference! Raising pigs free-range on open pastures is an extremely cost-intensive operation that makes free-range pork more expensive compared to conventional pork products.


Contents 1 pack
Weight 300g (10.5oz.)
Serves Serves 1-2 (depending on the recipe and usage)

Shipping & Handling

Shipping Shipping and delivery is frozen
Handling Keep frozen below -18°C (0°F)
Defrosting Time In the fridge: approx. 24h
In ice-water: approx. 2h
Cooking Method Grill, Fry-Pan, Sukiyaki, Stir-Fry, Stews, Hot pots
Expiration Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months)
Chilled: Please consume unopened pack within 2 days.



Also known as Pork Slices, Pork Loin, Pork Loin Slice
Ingredients Pork
Country of Origin Hokkaido, Japan
Cut from Loin
Packaging Vacuum packed together

✔ Raised free-range all-year-round in the beautiful and clean hills of Tokachi, Hokkaido. They grow up healthy and happy, basking in the sun and running around freely.

✔ No factory farming! Humanely raised and treated with respect. The pigs live a much longer and happier life than other general farms.

✔ No growth hormones, no subtherapeutic use of antibiotics - ever!

✔ Family-run farms that manage everything from start to finish. 100% traceability from farm to fork.

✔ No gestation crates for sows. No teeth clipping or tail docking of piglets.

✔ Fed a large variety of clean, high-quality, locally sourced feed.


At A Glance

Pork Breed Camborough Pork
Region Tokaichi, Hokkaido, Japan
Breeding All year 100% free-range pasture-raised 
Feeding A large variety of grains and protein sources (wheat, whey, corn, soybeans, vegetables).
Farm / Ranch El Paso Ranch (Dorobuta Pigs)
Nakano Farm (Ezobuta Pigs)
Traceability 100% fully traceable from farm to fork
Growth Hormones Never
Subtherapeutic Antibiotics Use Never

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
The taste, meat, and cost performance are good.

Translated from Japanese: The taste is good, the cut is so thick that it’s incomparable to supermarket meat, and it’s satisfying to eat. I will order again.


Translated from Japanese: I was happy that it was soft and my family thought it was delicious, too. I will order again!


Translated from Japanese: It has a lot of fat, but I can eat it properly anyway.
My family also says it's delicious, so I get it every time I order here.

I made the Filipino dish adobo.

Translated from Japanese: I cut it into bite-sized pieces and used it to make adobo.
My husband praised me for the sweetness of the fat and the deliciousness that didn’t feel heavy on the stomach. Next time, I'm going to sauté it.

Even if there is fat, it doesn’t smell, so this is very delicious pork

Translated from Japanese: It was so delicious I loved it ... After just one bite I thought that although there was fat attached, it didn’t smell and I didn’t feel greasy after eating, so I wanted to order it again. I can’t always afford it because of the price, but it's a sautéed reward.