Grass-fed Beef

100% grass-fed. No hormones, no antibiotics.

Beef, Ground

When you eat grass-fed beef, not only are you doing something good for yourself, but you’re also eating with a conscious and promoting a better food system and a better environment.
Avg. 1 lb.
Avg. 1 lb.

Beef Strip Steak (Sirloin Strip)

The strip steak, also called a New York or a Kansas City strip, is considered among the higher-end cuts of beef.
Avg. 12 oz.

Beef Sirloin Steak

A flavorful cut that's versatile and juicy. Great served as a steak or cut into kabobs
Avg. 1.5 lb.

Beef Short Ribs

Beef short ribs are the equivalent of spare ribs in pork, with beef short ribs usually larger and meatier than pork spare ribs
Avg. 2 lb.

Beef London Broil Steak

Food enthusiasts will be quick to tell you that London broil is not a cut of beef, but a cooking method. Tough pieces of meat—commonly, flank or top round steak—are left to marinate overnight, and then broiled under high heat and served by thinly slicing
Avg. 1 lb.

Beef Liver

Beef liver is often called the superfood of the animal kingdom because it is one of the most nutrient dense foods on Earth!
Avg. 1 lb.

Beef Heart

Experimenting with beef heart isn't very risky because it's flavorful, surprisingly lean and inexpensive. Beef heart contains all essential amino acids, zinc, selenium and phosphorus.
Avg. 2.5 lb.
Avg. 4.5 lb.

Beef Bones

Bone broth advocates say it can relieve joint pain and osteoarthritis, detoxify the liver, aid in wound healing, prevent aging skin, support digestive health, balance hormones, increase energy, strengthen bones and improve quality of sleep.
Avg. 2 lb.