Marbling The flecks of fine white fat running through steak are called marbling, which is directly linked to finish feeding Angus Reserve cattle on high protein grains like barley and corn. Superior marbling is one of the main reasons that your customers crave the flavor of juicy Angus Reserve Beef.
Our people People are truly the pride of Angus Reserve Beef. All Angus Reserve Beef is hand selected and cut by journeyman meatcutters that are at the top of their craft and qualified by our ownership. Our packers adhere to very strict specifications and take pride in delivering a product that you will be proud to serve.
Meat Color No dark cutters or blotchy appearance will be included in Angus Reserve Beef.
Fat Color Bright white fat is not only visually appealing, but is also one of the characteristics of quality beef. Angus Reserve brand beef will never have a yellowish tinge to its fat.
Meat Texture Texture is perceived by customers in terms of how beef feels in the mouth, and is very important to a satisfactory eating experience. Angus Reserve Beef will always have the right texture.
Complete U.S.D.A. Inspection Integrity on the line. Angus Reserve Beef is continuously inspected by the U.S.D.A. from fabrication through portion control.
HACCP Approved Plant Angus Reserve brand beef is processed in over 75,000 square feet of cutting, aging and storage space.
Portion Control Program Angus Reserve brand steaks deliver the same size and trim every time, saving money in labor and