Henaff Pork Liver Confit with Herbs of Provence contains no artificial coloring or preservatives. You can serve it with mustard, cornichons, and toasts for a delicious appetizer, lunch, or snack.
Henaff is the only French pork confit producer approved by USDA. Henaff uses only prime pigs from local farms and traditional finished recipes. All meat is used fresh, on the same day, mainly to produce the famous Hénaff Confit. All the pigs come from Brittany and are from the same breed: a mix of Large White and Landrace, for the quality of its meat. This quality is fostered by means of a balanced diet, not hormones or antibiotics.
Founded by Jean Henaff in 1907, this family business enjoys the premiere position in France. Today grandson Jean-Jacques claims the key has been strict adherence to family tradition and the use of the most premium ingredients. Only family members know the exact recipe that is still kept secret for more than a century.