Pork in its own juice is a canned product made from fresh meat with the addition of minimal ingredients. This dish originated in the middle of the XIX century in France, later the first factories appeared in Russia. Canned meat served as an emergency reserve, it could be stored for at least three years and was essential during the war, long trips and long expeditions.
Besides being quite delicious, pork in its own juice contains a number of beneficial microelements such as vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, E and PP, and also essential for the human body minerals: potassium, calcium, magnesium, zinc,copper and manganese, iron, chlorine and sulphur, iodine, chromium, phosphorus and sodium.
Pork in its own juice serves as a perfect and quick dinner. Boil some spring potatoes, or pasta and add meat right from the can!