Pork Nutrition Information

Giant Eagle® pork is a complete source of protein, a good source of B-vitamins, and naturally low in sodium.
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Giant Eagle Pork is:

  1. Fed with a premium grain-based diet: Giant Eagle Country Fresh All-Natural Pork stock is raised on a nutritious, grain-based corn, wheat, and soybean diet. This diet leads to the rich, meaty taste and fine texture in every cut.

  2. Free of additives and preservatives

  3. Free of growth hormones

  4. 100 % All-American: U.S.A.-grown from local Midwestern farms, and is raised on American-grown grains.

  5. Nutritious: Today's pork is a healthy protein choice, with 31% less fat than the pork produced 20 years ago. Many cuts are as lean (or leaner) than chicken, and meet the American Heart Association's guidelines for heart-healthy eating. Pork is also a good source of B-vitamins, and is a complete source of protein.

 

Pork Nutritional Information

Pork Cut,

3 oz. (84g) cooked

Calories

Calories from Fat (g)

 

Total Fat (g)

Saturated Fat (g)

Total Carbs (g)

Cholesterol (g)

Sodium (g)

Protein (g)

Iron (% of DV)* 

Loin Chop, Broiled

180

80

9

3

0

70

45

22

4

Loin, Country Style Ribs, Roasted

280

190

21

8

0

75

45

20

4

Loin, Top Loin Chop, Boneless, Broiled

160

70

8

2.5

0

60

35

22

2

Loin, Rib Chop, Broiled

190

100

11

4

0

55

45

21

4

Spareribs, Braised

330

230

25

9

0

100

80

24

8

Loin, Tenderloin, Roasted

120

30

3.5

1

0

60

45

22

6

Loin, Sirloin Roast, Roasted

190

100

11

3.5

0

75

55

22

4

Shoulder Blade Steak, Broiled

220

130

15

6

0

80

50

21

8

Loin, Top Roast, Boneless, Roasted

160

70

7

2.5

0

65

40

22

2

*Not a significant source of dietary fiber, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, and calcium.

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Source:
USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 23