Anyone who loves a good steak will generally have a favorite cut. Sometimes there's one for the grill, one for the restaurant, and one for the skillet. Favorites sometimes change, but if you stick with a 100% grass-fed steak, you will be sure to get a nutritious and delicious cut of beef.
Our expert meat cutters have several decades worth of experience with sharp objects. When cattle are harvested, we receive the meat into our facility in large primal size portions (Round, Loin, Rib, Chuck, Brisket, Shank, Flank and Plate) and sub-primals. We make some of these primals available in our store as well, for customers who want to cut their own. Most of these primals are divided into smaller portions though.
There is a reason why some cuts are a little pricier. There are only so many pieces of each cut that can be harvested from an animal. There is only one Heart and one Tongue for example, which is why it's more difficult to keep these in stock. US Wellness is a nose to tail supplier, so we use the majority of the animal, including Organ Meats, Marrow Bones, Oxtail, etc. Burger can be ground from several parts, but a Ribeye only comes from the rib primal and it's in limited quantity. The Filet Mignon comes from the tenderloin and there are only two of these per animal. We might get 10 steaks per tenderloin depending on the size. Filet Mignon is the most tender steak cut and will literally melt in your mouth. It is highly sought after and for good reason...it's crazy good! Another amazing steak is the Delmonico which is a classic cut made popular by Delmonico's Restaurant in NYC which opened back in the early 1800's. Our Delmonico's are cut from the short loin for a tender treat. You'll also find classics like the Top Sirloin, NY Strip, T-Bones, Shoulder Tenders (Teres Major), and numerous others. All of these make excellent choices for the grill, skillet or when ordering at your favorite restaurant.
Category Sale | Grass-fed Dairy 15% Off
For a limited time, all of our grass-fed, raw cheeses, ghee, and butter are on sale in our Grass-fed Dairy Category. It's a great time to stock up on dairy for less! Save now through Saturday, 6/13.
Shipping Delays | Order ETA
We continue to experience a much higher than normal order volume. We're doing our best to keep up, but we're still around 10 days behind. All orders are processed in the order they are received. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your continued patience. For shipping updates, check the green banner at USWellnessMeats.com our Discover Blog, and emails.
Restocks | More Food In Stock
With increased order volume, we're restocking product as soon as we can. Our meat cutters are some of the best in the biz and cutting as fast as safely possible. After meats are cut and packaged, they go into our state of the art -10 degree Quick Freeze system. We're doing the best we can to serve clean, healthy foods to as many people as possible. See the Restock section of the newsletter below for more food in stock.
Enter To Win | Win A $150 Enchanted Cook Prize Pack
There are only a few days left to enter our Enchanted Cook contest. One lucky winner will receive a $150 prize pack loaded with farm fresh, grass-fed and pasture raised foods. It only takes a moment and there are several ways to enter. Good luck!
Shout Out | Breakfast Of Champs
Dobermans are 4-legged athletes and excellent companions. These two friends are enjoying a breakfast of champions: raw, grass-fed ground beef, egg, and carrots. Talk about cleaning your plate! Thanks to @foxy_bruce_rosy for sharing these on Instagram. US Wellness has a full line of raw pet foods your furry friends are sure to love.
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John & Staff on behalf of the farm families of US Wellness Meats
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