Honey’s Lean Dog Food: Free Range Pork

Lean, succulent and nutritious, from pigs that have been raised in small, outdoor herds

We offer pork as one of our Lean range recipes because it provides low-fat cuts and contains very high-quality protein (making it useful for muscle growth and maintenance). It is a rich source of vitamins and minerals including thiamine, selenium, zinc, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, niacin, phosphorus and iron.

Honey’s was founded by a former organic pig farmer, so you won’t be surprised to hear that we are very choosy about where we source our pork.

We only buy from farmers who give their pigs plenty of space to roam, and plenty of opportunities to root. We also make sure that the pigs have adequate shade (ideally from trees), fresh water and warm, dry sleeping quarters. In summer, we like to see that the pigs have a chance to roll in mud, which, when it dries, forms a natural sunscreen. It is important to the pigs, and thus to us, that they get a varied diet.

As a result of this natural existence our Lean Free Range Pork recipe is succulent and nutritious.

Lean Pork


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In order to ensure that the recipes are consistently lean we use exactly the same selected cuts of meat. That means cuts without fat and without skin and no ‘rich’ meat. We make all our recipes by hand and in small batches.

Our Lean Free Range Pork formula with vegetables contains approximately two-thirds raw, free range pork (including bone and heart) and one-third fresh, seasonal vegetables. The vegetables are grown locally for Honey’s.

Our food is made using the freshest possible ingredients that would, if they weren’t becoming dog food, be completely suitable for human consumption. This is really important not just for ethical reasons, but also because high quality ingredients contain much higher nutritional values.

Our meat is all certified organic, wild or (for this recipe) free range.

All our ingredients come from British farms and are, therefore, seasonal.

Our food meets all the most vigorous nutritional guidelines as set out by the European Pet Food Industry Federation (FEDIAF), the Pet Food Manufacturers Association (PFMA) and the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). We achieve this without adding any supplements.


Lean Free Range Pork (complete pet food for dogs). Composition: Minced free range pork including finely minced bone and pork heart (67%). Minced carrot, cabbage, cauliflower, parsnip and other seasonal vegetables (33%). Analytical constituents. Moisture: 75.7%; Protein: 12.8%; Crude Fat: 5.8%; Crude Ash: 2.1%; Crude Fibre: 0.7%