Tenderflake is a popular brand of lard. It can be purchased in most grocery stores, as of 2015, and is made with pure lard, bht, bha and citric acid. Other common brands of lard include Morrell's Snow Cap Lard and Armour's Lard.
Lard is pig fat and is often used as a cooking fat, as a shortening in baking or as a spread. It has a high smoke point and thus is very versatile. It can be made by boiling or steaming the pig fat, called wet rendering, or heating the fat in an oven or pan, called dry rendering.