Once you've tasted Havoc Pork you'll know the difference.
It's Christmas Ham ordering time!
This year there will be 40,000 less New Zealand hams than last year coming to market. We WILL sell out so order early to make sure you have Havoc Ham at Christmas.
Havoc Prime Pork Products had humble beginnings but noble aspirations. Nothing more than a pig farm and a series of ideas written on a paper napkin over lunch. To cut out the middle man. To let people taste the difference. To do it right. We wanted to make sure that Havoc Pork was Free Range, Anti-biotic free, Out-door, Right on and utterly delicious. Not much has changed in the years since that meal.
We continue to supply from paddock to plate with our heads held high. The people, magazines, television shows and chefs nationwide have agreed on the sublime flavour. As for the pigs themselves, well, they’re all over the place, but every night they go back to their own huts.
The pigs are grown on Havoc Farm in Hunter, South Canterbury. 15 minutes from the farm they get turned into beautiful bacon, sausages and gourmet cuts of pork in the Havoc Factory, Belt Street Waimate. Every part of the process is a hands-on endeavour and an affirmation of the ideas on that napkin. It was a radical concept, but we thought it could be done and now we know it can.
We know, because we’re doing it.
Sausage sizzle fundraiser for small creditors
Tuesday, 20 March 2012
Last night in the Octogon there was a sausage sizzle to raise money to help the creditors from the Otago Rugby 'situation'. To some of the staff at Havoc, Rugby is third on the list, behind only Family and Bacon.
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Havoc on High Street
Thursday, 08 March 2012
The Otago Farmers Market has, for the last 10 years (ish) been a kind and comfortable home for Havoc Farm Pork. Rain, hail and shine Linda has been there every week. And every week she was being asked the same question.
“Where can I buy Havoc Pork in Dunedin?” We always had a stockiest but they couldn’t carry our entire range. So finally the decision was made. Lets open a shop. So we did.
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Saturday, 27 August 2011
On Friday night the South Canterbury Chamber of Commerce saw fit to give Havoc Farm Pork three awards at the Hospitality and Tourism Awards. The Local Food Producer Experience Award, Sustainability Award and The Supreme Award.