Direct co-op bulk pricing is $12.49 lb. Due to the specialty and rare beef product, the lowest prices possible are offered on this product, so no additional discounts (like VIP) apply to this product.
It's here!! The co-op debut of local BEEF BACON!!
Ok, everyone, we have some surprises up our sleeves this month! Do you remember when I taste-tested local beef bacon a couple of months ago? This isn't a product that is not normally made but I have seen it in artisan meat offerings outside of Utah. So I have been trying to get some made for our community with our local farmers.
Beef bacon is cured using similar methods as bacon, but the taste for beef bacon is un-freakin' believable!! Like and UNREAL taste.
I love pork bacon, but beef bacon is leveled up.
This product sells from $18-22 per lb, but our community can access it for $12.49 lb through our group buying co-op model...and support local and add something so incredibly delicious in the meat world. It's all of the wonderful things in one co-op meat buy!
We will be releasing these in 2.2-2.4 lb sizes, just pick the size you want from the drop down.
And a HUGE thanks to our local farmer Bennion Beef and our local butcher for making g this happen for us!
Know where your food comes from! Our specific American Wagyu farmer pasture raises a cross of Angus and Japanese Wagyu which is an amazing combination of both worlds and unique to Utah as there aren't many who raise this breed and process it, especially so close to home.
So, what's all the fuss surrounding Wagyu anyway? True to its elevated status of quality and taste, Wagyu is considered a luxury meat that contains endless amounts of marbling which lend to its tenderness and flavor. With proper and humane care for the animal and cooked to perfection, these high-end characteristics give to the incomparable flavor and texture that cannot be matched by any other meat on the market.
From the American-Wagyu rancher: These cattle are grass-fed for the first 6-8 months while on their mother's milk, and then are put in pastures with grain supplements until they are mature. The Wagyu breed from Japan grades beyond prime due to its marbling and tenderness. We breed Wagyu bulls to Angus cows to get a Wagyu/Angus cross calf that retains the hearty flavor of Angus, but also has the enhanced marbling and tenderness of Wagyu.