WHY BLACK PORK?
UBS estimates that the online food delivery market will grow ten times in the next ten years, from $35 billion currently to $365 billion by 2030. UBS predicts that there could be a scenario that most meals currently cooked at home are instead ordered online and delivered from either restaurants or central kitchens. This is where Black Pork fill in the gap. Companies providing meat delivery are going to proliferate in the next years and some will specialize in grass-fed or wagyu beef but others, like Black Pork, will focus on a wide range of premium ibérico pork meat sandwiches & dishes, the best pork meat & ham from Spain...
Adrian Poon - Keatz Culinary Director - Your food made for delivery
Pork Belly Well cooked, seasoned and clearly sous vide. Nice colour, markings still on the belly skin side. Taste - cooked, Heated, well seasoned, good colour, kept shape and taste. Skin needs to be removed for our application as we do not have time to heat up the entire pork belly but Pork belly would be suitable for our operations.
PRIME VENTURES The Netherlands
Very interesting what Mr. Artiles and the BLACK PORK team are building!
Seabourn Encore Culinary Manager
Black Pork ribs is a very good piece as the flavor and texture is very nice because you can do many things with this piece of meat. Fatty and glazing it like spare ribs would make this into an amazing dish. Seabourn Encore Cruise
Our quality meal products are prepared with the best premium pork from Spain - IBERICO MEAT - and our culinary director was the winner at MADRID FUSION 2014 with the best iberico pork sandwich of Spain!!
what is IBÉRICO PORK MEAT?
Jose Luis Artiles
José Luis is the CEO and founder of Black Pork. Mr. Artiles started in the food business in 1986 and he has been organizing multiple Black Pork tasting events , cooking classes and culinary programs for executives. He is also head professor of international business & negotiations and director of international strategic initiatives at Universidad del Atlantico Medio and Mid Atlantic Business School. More info: www.joseluisartiles.com