Why to choose Argentina Beef？
The many breeds of cattle introduced to Argentina thrived in the Pampas, grazing happily and often, resulting in leaner, more flavorful and nutritious beef.
Whereas most American beef is grain fed, the bulk of Argentinian cattle feed on the plentiful grass, resulting in more omega-3 fatty acids.
Argentina Grain Fed Cattle
Grain Fed meat comes from animals which are fed grass for most of their lives and then transition to grain-based diets for the remainder of their lives.
In many countries, for cattle to be categorized as grain fed they need to have been finished on grain for a minimum of 100 days.
The diets of feedlot cattle are developed by animal nutritionists and compose of cereal grains (wheat, barley, sorghum), fiber (hay and silage), protein (cottonseed, canola meal and molasses), vitamins and minerals.
Argentine Devesa 120 Days Grain-fed Hanging Tender
Hanging Tender is the cut from the plate section of the steer (between the brisket and the flank). It has a satisfyingly chewy texture that is similar to skirt steaks.
Because of the muscle’s prominent grain, these steaks are best cooked no further than medium rare and sliced against the grain for optimal tenderness.
*This is a frozen (-18°C) food item. Image for reference only.