The Black Farmer Premium Sausages Reviews
Product Type: The Black Farmer Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... sausages that can be enjoyed by the whole family'. This inclusive mandate is to be applauded as people with allergies must ... more
by - written on 06/09/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I first came across these several weeks ago when my wife discovered that she had a gluten intolerance. Consequently, for moral support , I have joined her in trying all manner of gluten free foods which have varied from tolerable to downright awful. Black Farmer sausages however break this mould emphatically. With their flavoursome taste and ethical production they are now my sausages of choice without compromise. Presentation The packaging is neat and replete with information, endorsements and capped by the tag line 'Flavours Without Frontiers'. The Black Farmer's (Wilfred Emmanuel- Jones apparently) own noble mission statement is 'to produce ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
I discovered in May this year that I suffer from coeliac disease and these sausages are a god send and they taste gorgeous. They are a really top quality sausage and cost £2.39 from most good supermarkets. I discovered them during my weekly shopping trip to Morrisons. They come in a variety of flavours: traditionial pork, pork and leek and pork, chive and onion. For those consumers who are ethically aware; the products are made using 100% freedom food pork meat. These sausages are great becasue they are not full of fat and they do not shrink in the frying pan. These sausages are wheat free, gluten free and dairy free and therefore they are great for people who have to or Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I can't abide cheap and nasty sausages. So I'm always on the look out for a good quality one at a reasonable price. I saw these Black Farmer Premium Pork Sausages on the shelf of my local supermarket and thought they looked pretty good although it's difficult to tell until you cook them. I was also impressed with the packaging that let's you know that these are 90% Prime British Pork, Gluten Free, Low Carbs, GM Free & have Natural Skins. There is also what I can only describe as a mission statement from Wilfred Emmanuel Jones (The Black Farmer) that reads as follows: "My Promise Is To Produce High Quality Gluten Free Sausages That Can Be Enjoyed By ... Read the complete review
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