Farm Raised 3 to 6 feet in lenght, young tender meat.
Tenderized 2 times-Cut into 1/2 to 2 oz Pieces and Marinated-Vacuum Packed
Helps you out in the Kitchen with Ready to go Alligator Meat--No Prep Time..
Low in Cholesterol (Heart-Healthy)
Protein for every 3.2 oz 46g (Heart-Healthy)
Alligator is usually considered to be relatively Heart Healthy. It is generally quite lean, and contains almost no saturated fat; it is also high in a number of essential vitamins and minerals. It is a healthy alternative because Alligator is typically a very lean meat as it provides all the tenderness, making it low in cholesterol and for this reason alligator is often considered a "heart-healthy" food. The flavor of Alligator is described as a cross between frog legs and turtle meat. Alligator meat is white and flaky it contains quite a few, including potassium, iron, and vitamin B-12. It is very high in protein and dietary fiber as well. Alligator are raised as naturally as possible on farms. NO growth hormones,steroids or drug residues reside in Alligator meat, for today's health conscious consumer. Alligator meat is the natural choice for healthy eating,discover for yourself why Alligator meat is becoming a leading culinary trend in U.S.A. Alligator tail can be used in bites, grilled, alligator taco's or gator piquant. Each box ordered contains five pounds of tender, farm-raised alligator meat from the best Farms Louisiana has to offer. Here is the total Nutritional Value Per Serving For approximately 3.2 ounces (100 grams) of raw, edible portion: Calories 232 Calories (from fat) 38 Total Fat 4g Saturated Fat 0g Trans Fatty Acid 0g Cholesterol 0mg Sodium 0mg Total Carbohydrates 0g Protein 46g Omega 3 Fatty Acid 0g. Our Farm Raised Alligators are feed grain from Cargil In their feed additives & functional feed play an increasingly important role in animal nutrition as livestock producers seek new sustainable and natural ways to enhance performance, improve gut health, optimize feed conversion, reduce and replace antibiotic growth promoters (AGP) in feed, and address consumer demands.