Boneless Pork Chops


Boneless Pork Chops are a lean cut and a great option to chop whole or slice thin for stir fry. Boneless pork chops are the same meat as the rib-cut pork chop, but the bone and excess fat has been removed. Since these chops are trimmed and ready to cook, they’re perfect for quick weeknight dinners.

Pork is a great source of such vitamins and minerals as phosphorus, selenium, and thiamine. Pork is actually richer in thiamine, a B vitamin that is necessary for a range of bodily functions, than other red meats such as beef and lamb.

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National Pork Council

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