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What’s the difference between USDA Prime Black Angus?

One is a grade of beef and the other is a breed. USDA Prime is determined by the age of the animal and marbling of its meat, which add tenderness and flavor. Also, did you know only 3% of all meat in the USA is graded as USDA Prime? Black Angus, instead, is a breed of cattle that is known for its tasty flavor and juiciness.