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Angus Beef Tenderloin MBS1 Chilled - 2.00kg avg (Jack's Creek)
AED330.00
Brand: Jack's Creek
Country: Australia
Net Wt: 1 Pieces

The tenderloin is an oblong shape spanning two primal cuts: the short loin (called the sirloin in Commonwealth countries) and the sirloin (called the rump in Commonwealth countries). The tenderloin sits beneath the ribs, next to the backbone. It has two ends: the butt and the "tail". The smaller, pointed end — the "tail" — starts a little past the ribs, growing in thickness until it ends in the "sirloin" primal cut, which is closer to the butt of the cow. This muscle does very little work, so it is the most tender part of the beef. The tenderloin can be cut for either roasts or steaks. GRAIN FED ANGUS BEEF Jack's Creek Premium Australian Angus Beef Jack’s Creek Angus beef is derived from Angus cattle, grain fed for 100 to 120 days on a specifically formulated high energy grain diet and are a minimum of 50% Black Angus. Jack’s Creek Angus are bred and grown in the prime agricultural areas of the Liverpool Plains in Northern New South Wales and the Darling Downs in South East Queensland. All of the cattle are raised free range for the first part of their lives in a natural clean environment, grazing on the abundance of natural grasses in Eastern Australia. Our Angus beef is graded as marble score 1-2 and primal cuts can be weight ranged. These attributes make Jack’s Creek Angus beef the perfect choice for restaurant chains, supermarkets or food service portion cutting. Jack’s Creek Grain Fed Angus Beef: Minimum 50% Black Angus Grain Fed 100-120 days Primal Cuts weight ranged Halal Accredited

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The tenderloin is an oblong shape spanning two primal cuts: the short loin (called the sirloin in Commonwealth countries) and the sirloin (called the rump in Commonwealth countries). The tenderloin sits beneath the ribs, next to the backbone. It has two ends: the butt and the "tail". The smaller, pointed end — the "tail" — starts a little past the ribs, growing in thickness until it ends in the "sirloin" primal cut, which is closer to the butt of the cow. This muscle does very little work, so it is the most tender part of the beef. The tenderloin can be cut for either roasts or steaks. GRAIN FED ANGUS BEEF Jack's Creek Premium Australian Angus Beef Jack’s Creek Angus beef is derived from Angus cattle, grain fed for 100 to 120 days on a specifically formulated high energy grain diet and are a minimum of 50% Black Angus. Jack’s Creek Angus are bred and grown in the prime agricultural areas of the Liverpool Plains in Northern New South Wales and the Darling Downs in South East Queensland. All of the cattle are raised free range for the first part of their lives in a natural clean environment, grazing on the abundance of natural grasses in Eastern Australia. Our Angus beef is graded as marble score 1-2 and primal cuts can be weight ranged. These attributes make Jack’s Creek Angus beef the perfect choice for restaurant chains, supermarkets or food service portion cutting. Jack’s Creek Grain Fed Angus Beef: Minimum 50% Black Angus Grain Fed 100-120 days Primal Cuts weight ranged Halal Accredited

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