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Nutrition of Australian Goatmeat

Healthy, Safe and Flavorful

Goatmeat is lean and has nutritious qualities consistent with what health experts regard as a healthy meat alternative, particularly due to its low fat and cholesterol content. Due to its molecular structure, goatmeat is easier to digest and is lower in calories. Australian Goatmeat has a firm texture, with flavor profiles from mild to strong depending on the age of the animal.

Australian goats are derived from clean, low-risk chemical residue production systems and have limited exposure to chemicals. They have no added hormones. Australia has a National Livestock Identification System (NLIS) for the identification and tracing of animals for biosecurity, food safety, product integrity and market access.

Australia is internationally recognized as free of all major livestock diseases. The Australian meat and livestock industry has had a long-term commitment to food safety, product integrity and traceability, and its product quality complements Australia’s focus on responsibility in meeting the demands of its international customers.

Nutrition Facts

A single 100-gram serving (3.5 ounces) provides the following nutrients:
Calories per Serving 109
Calories from Fat 21

  % Daily Value* 
Total Fat  4%  
Saturated Fat  4%  
Trans Fat  -  
Cholesterol 27mg  19%  
Sodium 82mg  3%  
Total Carbohydrate 0g  0%  
Dietary Fiber 0g  0%  
Sugars 0g  0%  
Protein 21 g     
Calcium  1%  
Iron  16%  

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Source: nutritiondata.com (USDA)