Our Products

Spencer’s product range consists of a delicious dry-cured back-bacon, and two flavours of premium bangers – Traditional Pork and Pork & Herb – all of which are perfect for tables in pubs, restaurants and homes.

Fancy some Back-Bacon?

Spencer’s back-bacon is a hand-trimmed, hand-rubbed and dry-cured bacon made to an authentic British recipe. Our speciality bacon is called “back-bacon” because it is made with pork loin, making it leaner than American bacon which is made from pork belly.

We make our back-bacon in a dry-cure process that takes up to 10 days – that’s a long time to wait for some decent bacon, but it creates a lean and truly unique flavour. Each slice of our yummy back-bacon is called a “rasher”, and you’ll typically get around 12 to 14 rashers per pound.

Fancy some Bangers?

Spencer’s Traditional Pork and Pork and Herb banger sausages are made to traditional recipes using prime cuts of succulent pork. Our authentic bangers have a softer texture and less salty flavour than their American counterparts, and we select all our own high-quality ingredients. Our bangers are:

  • Filled with prime cuts of pork raised without hormones
  • Seasoned with our own select blends of high quality herbs, spices and breadcrumbs
  • Stuffed into natural pork casings
  • Plump, juicy, and generously sized, being about an inch in diameter and 4 to 5 inches long – just like buying from your local butcher back home
  • Blast frozen to seal in the freshness and quality
  • Free of any Nitrites, Nitrates or MSG

As the saying goes: “You get what you pay for.”

The nickname “bangers” originated in Britain during World War II when rationing was common and meat was scarce. So much water was added that the sausages would literally explode during cooking. But don’t worry, Spencer’s bangers are made to exceptional standards and the only thing likely to “BANG” is your taste-buds.

Bangers and back-bacon are also two of Britain and Ireland’s most genuine and favourite foods, with celebrity fans including Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Caine, Prince Charles, Queen Victoria, and Roger Moore (of “James Bond” fame).