People have savoured game meat for thousands of years and for a long time the consumption of this type of meat was a privilege of royal families, nobility, political and other elites. Nowadays these delicacies from the forest and the fields can be bought from us all year round at the most favourable prices on the market. Game meat is of high quality and of controlled Croatian origin and it will certainly please you and your most demanding clients. We are owners of a specialised and certified facility for game meat processing and carving according to the HACCP standards, VKBR 2926, which enables you to use the purchased meat in your own restaurant without any problems.

Game meat is a high-quality food distinguished by its easily digestible proteins, low fat and cholesterol content and fine fibre structure; it surpasses all domestic types of meat in its levels of iron, phosphorus, potassium and certain B group vitamins. The reason is very obvious. Game animals feed on fine herbs and luscious grass, drink pure water, lives in a natural habitat in which it enjoys endless freedom of movement and a stress-free life. It is appropriate for gourmets with elevated blood fats and, thanks to its specific nutritional values, it can be consumed by everyone – from children to the elderly.

Nutritional values

Some of the positive impacts of nutrition based on game meat:

GAME
(100g meat)
ENERGY
(kcal)
PROTEIN
(%)
FAT
(%)
Red deer
120
23
2,4
Roe
124
22
4
Wild boar
104
21,5
3,3
Rabbit
114
22
2,3
Pheasant
144
24,3
5,2
Quail
134
21,8
4,5

Iron. A vital macro-element for bodily health that is present in every cell; it is connected to a protein making haemoglobin. It is necessary for the distribution of oxygen through the body, for maintaining the immunological system and energy production. Iron from meat is more accessible to the body than, for example, iron present in plants.

Phosphorus. This is the most common mineral in our body. Together with calcium it is responsible for building-up a strong skeleton and teeth, for the storage and use of energy as well as for the filtration of waste in the kidneys. Phosphorus is necessary for the growth, maintenance and renewal of all cells and tissues and for DNA and RNA production. Moreover, phosphorus is necessary for maintaining the balance of other vitamins and minerals, while its shortage causes appetite loss, restlessness, gout, fragile bones, stiff joints, fatigue, irregular breathing, irritability, dullness, weakness and weight change.

Potassium. A key element helping in the removal of non-digested food products and toxins from the body. It is important for the nervous system, the transfer of nutrients to the cells, releasing energy from the muscles and control of muscle spasms; it regulates the water balance, helps in all types of cell curing and renewal, healing cuts, bruises and other tissue injuries. It relieves headaches and migraines. A shortage of this element is connected to arthritis, elevated blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

Selenium. A trace element that prevents the harmful action of free radicals in the organism; an important mineral for maintaining the normal function of the pituitary gland enabling it to produce hormones. It reduces the risk of joint inflammation and its shortage causes muscle weakness, skin discolouration and nail whitening.

B group vitamins. They decompose carbohydrates into glucoses whereby energy is created in the organism. Moreover, they participate in the decomposition of fats and proteins, have an impact on the health of the skin, hair, eyes and oral cavity, regular liver function and the digestion system as a whole.

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