This free-range, pasture-raised lamb enjoys a diet of pure Patagonian grass, ensuring a flavor profile that is both intense and tender.
The Magallanes region in southern Chile is exceptionally isolated and possesses a cold environment made up of extensive prairies and rivers of crystalline waters fed by ancient glaciers. This pristine, chemical and pesticide-free environment is ideal for raising healthy animals and producing meats internationally known for flavor and tenderness.
Frigorífico Simunovic today is the largest and modern processor and cold storage plant of Chile with 24 thousand square metres of constructed plant in 7.5 hectares of Patagonia on the shores of the Strait of Magellan. The live lambs and cattle are transported directly from the farms in purpose adapted trucks and received at the plant by personnel of the Servicio Agricola y Ganadero (SAG) who certify the origin and good sanitary condition. The animals are rested in covered yards before beginning to be processed. Prominent controls within the process are carcass classification, high voltage electrical stimulation, time and temperature in chillers and packaging processes until final despatch. Highly qualified personnel carry out these processes in the cutting area, obtaining products of high quality either chilled or frozen according to the clients’ requirements.