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Hunt for the Best Pork, Duck & Fish

Tender Belly’s Heritage Pork “The nuttiness and marbling make it perfect for my roast suckling pig,” says chef Matt O’Neill of Aspen’s Ajax Tavern. tenderbelly.com

D’Artagnan’s Rohan Duck A crossbreed of two varieties, the Rohan is even “richer and crispier than Pekin duck,” says Boston chef Barbara Lynch. dartagnan.com

Skuna Bay’s Salmon “The flavor of this eco-friendly Vancouver Island fish is so clean,” says chef Hung Huynh of New York City’s Catch. skunasalmon.com

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