Cottage ham refers to the type of ham made from the shoulder butt end.

Ref: 86433/2006-09-14

In the industrial or food industry context, "cottage ham" refers to a type of ham made from pork leg that is traditionally produced in small quantities for local consumption. The term "cottage" implies that the ham is made on a small scale and may have a more traditional or artisanal quality.

Examples of cottage ham in an industrial context include:

  • A local meat processor producing cottage ham using traditional methods and ingredients.
  • A specialty food store selling artisanal cottage ham produced by small producers.
  • A farm-to-table restaurant featuring cottage ham as a menu item.
  • A food distributor importing and selling cottage ham from small producers in other countries.



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