What are baby back ribs? They're ribs that are connected to the backbone, beneath the loin muscle, and are curved where they meet the spine (giving them their distinctive shape!). The "baby" in their name comes from the fact that they're shorter than spare ribs.
Compared to spare ribs, baby back ribs are more tender and lean. You can expect a "rack" of baby back ribs to feed 1-2 adults.
These ribs come from our happy, healthy, woodland-raised pigs: raised outside in a habitat they naturally prefer, receiving plenty of Vitamin D, and fed a local, non-GMO ration, in addition to their foraging in the woods.