---as a variant to #2
This Australian site
lists and defines several categories of pork according to breeding, including:
A couple examples of the “pastured” designation from online recipe or cooking sites:
Join farmer Kim Eyer for a feast featuring food straight from the farm! The menu will include local pastured pork chops, new potatoes, red onion, and local oyster mushrooms marinated and roasted in a balsamic vinaigrette with fresh herbs and local goat cheese. And for desert –local apples in a decadent sweet white sauce!
Yesterday, we had a pastured pork roast, marinated with a traditional combination of four ingredients, then roasted in the oven with one change of temperature. We sliced it thin, and enjoyed the incredible flavor and tenderness of the meat, enhanced by the traditional spicing. This meat was so good it was hard to imagine ...
My search produced about the same number for “free range pork roast,” but as the Australian site points out “free range” is pretty elastic these days and adds: “Look for producers that also say they are pastured.”