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5 Steps to Building a Nutritious Eating Pattern with Pork on a Budget
Discover how to build a nutritious eating pattern that features your favorite foods, fits into your budget and supports good health.
Baby’s First Bite
Foods in the first year of life set the stage for a lifetime of good health. As a first complementary food, pork can help your baby with the important task of growth and development.
Build a Nutritious Plate with Pork
Use the checklist to build plant-forward meals that include lean protein, like pork. You’ll find a variety of meal ideas as well as a delicious recipes like Egg Roll in a Bowl.
Choose Lean Pork
Learn about the 8 lean cuts of pork, 3 of which are extra-lean. We’ll highlight the key nutrients found in pork tenderloin and share easy and convenient cooking methods that will help you achieve perfectly delicious results, as well as basic cooking methods and 11 key nutrients found in pork tenderloin.
Pigs Don’t Fly
Did you know that pork is the world’s most popular protein? Uncover pork facts you may not know – including the many essential nutrients that are found in lean pork.
Pork is Good for You
Explore the nutritional benefits of lean pork and learn how to achieve perfectly juicy and delicious results by cooking pork to the proper cooking temperature. provides a visual guide on how to cook pork tenderloin to the perfect temperature for delicious results.
Pork is the Ultimate Carrier Food
Researchers think because pork is a carrier food, more than 2.5 million children and 5.7 million adults reach their potassium recommendations daily. Learn about the nutrients pork provides as the ultimate carrier food.
Pork: Good for the Planet
Learn how America’s pig farmers have made dramatic improvements in how they raise pigs to to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.