When comparing pork to beef pork has more nutrients, but it is also a source of more fat.
Pork is dramatically richer in vitamins B1, B2 and E. Vitamin D, considered very important, is completely absent in beef, while pork has 13% of the daily value, only in 3.5 oz (100 grams).
On the other hand, beef is higher in vitamin B12.
In general, raising pigs is cheaper to maintain and easier than raising cows. This is the main reason why pork is more affordable at the grocery store compared to the price of veal.
And cuts like pork shoulder or pork tenderloin are cheap. Pork is much cheaper than veal at grocery stores.
Also, pigs grow quickly and produce larger offspring. If there are no problems during pregnancy, the sow is usually pregnant for 16-17 weeks and gives birth to a minimum of 10 piglets.
Sows can give birth twice a year. Also, pigs take less time (less than 6 months) to reach marketable size.
A cow gives birth once a year and therefore they are more expensive to raise in every possible way.
It remains for each person to decide for themselves whether they prefer to cook more often pork dish or aromatic stewed beef.