Quality and origins of the National or Ambassador brands of lamb sold in Korea?
August 27, 2011 8:58 AM Subscribe
Can anyone tell me about the National or Ambassador brands of frozen lamb sold in Korea, but from elsewhere in Asia - origins, quality etc? Anyone enough of a web detective to find more info, or can make an educated guess from what you know?
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I'm trying to find information about these brands of lamb regarding the following - is the lamb grass-fed (pastured), is it farmed in a relatively healthy way and processed under clean conditions, what country are the animals reared in etc. Basically is it ok to eat probably in rare burgers.
The brands are 'Ambassador' and 'National'. One is sold as frozen lamb 'keema' which is Hindi/Urdu for ground meat/mince I think. They are packaged from an Asian country, I don't know which. India/Pakistan makes sense, but I was thinking Malaysia for some reason. I dunno. I don't know if the meat originally comes from this country.