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where can i find USDA certified prime beef?


Most USDA prime beef goes to restaurants. You could buy it from a restaurant or perhaps call a foodservice company but you might have to buy by the case.
A good specialty market or butcher should be able to special order from their supplier if the store doesn’t carry it. Call around and ask. It’s expensive but much better than USDA choice beef.

8 thoughts on “where can i find USDA certified prime beef?

  1. cactusone says:

    ask QFC, Albertson’s
    or go into yellow pages and find a local meat retailer. butchers are still out there
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  2. littleheadcat says:

    most supermarkets
    just check the label—it will state if it’s usda
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  3. jsabor25 says:

    Go to a supermarket that has a butcher there and they shoudl have it. And also he can cut it the way you want it. Albertson’s, HEB, SAM’s, Food Basket, or any butcher shop.
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  4. dianesomeone says:

    whole foods or a market of equal quality and some butcherys…good luck
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  5. andywho2006 says:

    You can find USDA Prime beef from Allen Brothers online at allenbrothers.com. It is not cheap but makes a great treat.
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  6. Michael J says:

    Most USDA prime beef goes to restaurants. You could buy it from a restaurant or perhaps call a foodservice company but you might have to buy by the case.
    A good specialty market or butcher should be able to special order from their supplier if the store doesn’t carry it. Call around and ask. It’s expensive but much better than USDA choice beef.
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  7. smittybo20 says:

    Most beef or any other meat in a grocer is USDA inspected, same with delis or any place that sells beef to the public. The USDA inspection happens at the proccessing plants. The local health departments ensure the local retailers are clean and not using the same equipment, not clean for cutting other meats.

    But to answer your question, all meat is USDA inspected prior to processing at the processors, except for wild game.

    So be happy and chow down!
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