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Where can I buy USDA prime beef? (Safeway? Wholefoods?, Specialty market?)?

I live in San Francisco

Depending on where you live some upscale grocery stores carry it at their meat counter. In Minneapolis, for example, the Byerlys and Lunds chain has it. You might also look for a meat market that only sells meats – they often will carry Prime beef.

6 thoughts on “Where can I buy USDA prime beef? (Safeway? Wholefoods?, Specialty market?)?

  1. aidea says:

    Depending on where you live some upscale grocery stores carry it at their meat counter. In Minneapolis, for example, the Byerlys and Lunds chain has it. You might also look for a meat market that only sells meats – they often will carry Prime beef.
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  2. thebeatleslover_101 says:

    ALBERTSONS
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  3. the cynical chef says:

    Most of the big chain stores have only Choice meat. You need to find a local upscale chain/gourmet market. Whole Foods might have it but I’m not sure. You can probably find it online but it will be extremely expensive (more than a store).
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  4. Jason says:

    Find your local "Ma & Pa" type restaurant and ask the kitchen manager if he will order you some. i did it on occation for close friends. Lot cheaped too-Wholesale from distributer. You will probably have to tip him/her though.
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  5. J D says:

    You got the money? They got the stuff.
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    http://www.allenbrothers.com/

  6. Cathy says:

    i'm going to blog about the REAL reason why dairy is going under. it has to do with the USDA failing utterly (udderly, get it?): imported concentrated milk proteins. from yaks.you see, our milk is too expensive for manufacturers… we we import this stuff from china and like places instead. people who consume milk-based products are not guaranteed that it is cow milk or american produced at all. kind of embarrassing for the USDA, since it is their job to protect the interest of american agriculture… they fail at protecting the public and they fail at even looking to their own interests.

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