All the Flavour Without the Fat
Mountain River Venison is the venison of choice at many of the finest restaurants around the world because of its delicious mild flavor and natural tenderness. But did you know that it is low in calories and fat, and packed with iron and zinc, making it a high quality protein that is one of the healthiest red meats available today?
Alison Pask, New Zealand Registered Dietician
New Zealand Venison is rich in iron and low in fat, making it an ideal meat to include as part of a balanced diet.
Venison is packed with many nutrients required for good health such as iron, zinc and a number of B vitamins including B12.-that’s why it is called a nutrient dense food.
Red meat is one of the best sources of easily absorbable iron. Venison contains more iron than any other meat, including more iron than Beef and Lamb.
USDA National Nutrient Database
According to the USDA National Nutrient Database, Mountain River Venison product has about a fifth the amount of fat and about 100 fewer calories per 3.5 ounce serving of beef, the traditional choice for red meat.
Mountain River Venison's Positive Nutritional Profile
Mountain River Venison's positive nutritional profile is further enhanced by the all natural methods that are used to raise the animals. Allowed to graze freely on the pristine pastures of New Zealand, the animals are grass fed and free of any growth hormones and steroids.
Antibiotics are administered only if an animal is sick, and the deer are transported humanely and processed in plants that have been licensed to produce the Cervena label and meet their exacting quality standards.