Valordia

Valordia Prince Mutton® brand can be provided to our customers with a wide range of high-quality Mutton cuts.

All cuts will be processed, trimmed, paddled, and packed to the exact specifications of our customers.


The differences between mutton and lamb

Lamb and mutton are two types of meat that are popular in many cuisines around the world. While both come from sheep,
There are some key differences between the two.
Lamb is the meat from a young sheep that is less than a year old, It has a tender texture and a mild, delicate flavor,

The meat is usually pink or light red in color, and it’s often used in dishes like stews, kebabs, and curries,
A Mutton, On the other hand, comes from a mature sheep that is typically over a year old. The meat is darker in color and has stronger, more gamey flavor than lamb,
It’s also firmer in texture, which makes it ideal for slow-cooking dishes like roasts and stews,
In terms of nutritional value, both lamb and mutton are excellent sources of protein, iron, and other essential nutrients,

However,
Mutton tends to be slightly higher in fat content than lamb, which may make it a less healthy option for some people.
Ultimately, whether you choose lamb or mutton will depend on your personal taste preferences and the type of dish you’re preparing. If you’re looking for a mild, tender meat, lamb is a great choice,
But if you want a more robust flavor and a meat that can stand up to long cooking times, Mutton is the way to go.

FROZEN MUTTON LEGS BONE IN

FROZEN MUTTON LEG BONELESS

FROZEN MUTTON SHANK BONE IN

FROZEN MUTTON SHANK BONELESS

MUTTON FILET VACUUM PACKED

MUTTON SHOULDER BONELESS

SHOULDER BONE IN

MUTTON BONE IN LOIN

FROZEN MUTTON LOINS BONELESS

NECK BONELESS

Mutton 6 WAY CUT

FROZEN MUTTON LEGS BONE IN

FROZEN MUTTON LEG BONELESS

FROZEN MUTTON SHANK BONE IN

FROZEN MUTTON SHANK BONELESS

MUTTON FILET VACUUM PACKED

MUTTON SHOULDER BONELESS

SHOULDER BONE IN

MUTTON BONE IN LOIN

NECK BONELESS

Mutton 6 WAY CUT

FROZEN MUTTON LOINS BONELESS