Modern, premium swine breeds were reproduced by crossbreeding. Their wild ancestors originated from the areas of Europe, Asia and the Mediterranean region. The distribution and size of the pig population depends primarily on religious grounds and feed resources, as well as the demand for pork. There are three centers for swine rearing in the world. These are Asia and the Americas, as well as Europe. The European center consists of: Poland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain, Germany, France and Hungary.
Tasty pork, which is worth introducing into the menu, originates from Europe.
The advantage of pork is that it does not require long thermal treatment; it can be fried, braised, roasted, grilled or cooked.