In every Spanish city there is a fresh meat market. These markets sell only fresh pork and are very large, spanning several hundred square meters. All stalls are outdoors and customers can see how butchers select, cut and package their meat. There is also a wide variety of half-finished products such as sausages, ham and beef at these markets.
In Spain, fresh meat markets are one of the most common sources of food. Each household has its own regular place to purchase meat, while in some outlying areas or rural areas it is also common to find vendors selling pork. For example in southern Spain, Italy and Greece people go to fresh meat markets to buy pork.
The Spamish Fresh Meat Market is a market I visit often. There are many stalls and I go there once or twice a week to buy all the meat products for the week, which is very convenient!
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