Halal Wild River Wagyu Pure Bred Fillet MBS 8+
In 1818, in search of new farming lands, explorer John Oxley came across the finest open country with ‘running water; on every hill a spring and in every valley a rivulet’. And today, within these ranges, you’ll find our Purebred Wagyu grazing where the wild rivers run. Wild Rivers Purebred Wagyu is HGP-free, fed a carefully crafted grain ration for 350 days, and produces a guaranteed 8+ marble score for the distinguished palate. From breeding to cattle selection through to finishing and processing, you are assured complete traceability from our paddock to your plate.
Farm: Wild River
Breed: Pure Bred Wagyu
Beef Marbling Score (MBS): 8+
Diet: carefully crafted grain ration for 350 days. Standard feed time is 120 days.
Butcher's note: you will receive whole fillet. Exceptional for a roast or an unforgettable steak night.
Image shows steaks cut from whole fillet you'll receive.
Condition: this is a fresh product. It will arrive chilled and is suitable for home freezing.
Upon ordering, you can choose a delivery date and time to suit you. All orders are sent in our re-enforced chilled packaging to ensure produce is well-protected during transit.
Orders Over £100 - Free Delivery
Orders Under £100 - £9.95 Delivery Charge
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We provide some of London's finest restaurants with quality gourmet produce. If you would like further information on our wholesale service, please call 020 7248 3569 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any wholesale meat enquiries.
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