New Items: Smithfield Marinated Pork

Calling all meat lovers! 

Variety is the spice of pork. Smithfield’s selection of slow-marinated and perfectly seasoned Marinated Fresh Pork means a new flavor every time. 

Now available at Price Chopper, Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork features four delicious flavors are easy to prepare any night of the week. Get ready to add Slow Roasted Golden Rotisserie, Roasted Garlic & Herb, Applewood Smoked Bacon and Teriyaki Marinated Pork Loins to your shopping list.  

Slow Roasted Golden Rotisserie

Smithfield Marinated Slow Roasted Golden Rotisserie Flavor Fresh Pork Tenderloin is freshly seasoned with pork broth, vinegar, and salt for tenderness and juiciness.

Roasted Garlic & Herb

Smithfield Marinated Roasted Garlic & Herb Fresh Pork Loin Filet is freshly seasoned and marinated with hints of roasted garlic for mouthwatering flavor.


Smithfield Marinated Teriyaki Fresh Pork Tenderloin features a tender, juicy teriyaki flavor that your whole family will love.

Applewood Smoked Bacon

Smithfield Marinated Applewood Smoked Bacon Fresh Pork Loin Filet is freshly seasoned, marinated and, best of all, topped with real bacon crumbles. 

Explore a whole new world of delicious pork recipes. Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork can be grilled, air fried, baked, sautéd, smoked…the possibilities are endless. 

Try these Smithfield recipes for easy meal solutions. 

Bacon Weave Pork Loin – featuring Roasted Garlic & Herb Pork Loin 

Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Blackberry Sauce and Blackberry Mint Salad – featuring Slow Roasted Golden Rotisserie Pork Tenderloin 

Pan Fried Crispy Pork Ramen – featuring Applewood Smoked Bacon Pork Loin 

Sweet Teriyaki Pork Lettuce Wraps – featuring Sweet Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin 

When it comes to summer, there’s nothing better than a juicy, flavorful rack of pork ribs to complete the perfect meal. Because pork is such a versatile meat, you can easily adapt any recipe for the occasion and your palate! In fact, it’s easy to change the flavor profile of any cut of pork cut, especially ribs, just by adding different dry rubs, liquid seasonings, sauces, or even a single ingredient. With all of the great combinations of brines, marinades (wet seasoning), rubs (dry seasoning), mops, glazes and sauces, the options are endless (and often overwhelming!).  Here are some quick tips and tricks to ensure your ribs are lip-smackin’ good: Marinades Marinades are a great way to add flavor to grilled pork, by enhancing the juiciness and complexity. In addition to using a base of oil (to lock in the flavor and keep food moist), standard marinades include salt, an acid (such as lemon juice, wine, vinegar or citrus) and other flavor-boosting ingredients. Quick tip: Adding sweet ingredients to the marinade can help form appealing caramelized, crispy coatings on grilled meats, but be careful not to add too many sweet components, since sugars burn quickly. Rubs Rubs are blends of spices, herbs and often salt, that are applied to the meat before cooking. Rubs (also referred to as dry marinades) are a great way to form a crust and add flavor to the meat. These blends are rubbed onto food 15-20 minutes before cooking. Quick tip: Don’t rub the seasonings too hard into the food – it can damage the texture and risk over seasoning. Instead, sprinkle the rub from side to side over the pork from about a foot above. This will help evenly distribute the rub. Pat gently for the seasonings to adhere. Sauces, Glazes and Spritzes Often inspired by regions including Memphis, Kansas City or North Carolina, sauces can help define your style of barbecue. Sauces are typically added at the end of cooking time to add an additional layer of flavor and moisture. Favorite bottled sauces are fantastic stand-bys – and also an opportunity to get inspired. For more tips and tricks, as well as hundreds of finger-lickin’ good rib recipes, visit