Whole Barbarie duck (male) 50 aed/kg - 3kg (halal) (frozen)
Originally a wild species which comes from South America, domesticated in the 16th century and brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus, Barbary ducks are very robust and easy to rear.
They are distinguished by a plump carcass and with meat containing very little fat, generally called "lean ducks". Barbary ducks aged between 12/13 weeks.
Cleaned, giblets removed, neck still attached to carcass and trussed.
|Specification||Ernest SOULARD is located in l'Oie in Vendee. With its moderate climate, this region of France is seen as the ideal area for breeding and rearing ducks. The Vendee is the 1st region for the production of Barbary ducks in France. Ernest Soulard gets each year since 2004, the IFS certification. International Food Standard is a repository audit suppliers food labels. IFS serves the examination and certification systems to ensure food safety and quality of food production. This certificate is based on the quality management standard ISO 9001 plus the principles of good manufacturing (cleaning and disinfection, the fight against pests, servicing, maintenance and training) and the principles of HACCP.|