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Hereford Prime

Succulent steaks from the Emerald Isle

Hereford is the world’s most common breed of cattle: even though the cows are originally from mild, humid Britain (Herefordshire), they can also be reared successfully in hot and dry climate zones. As long as their diet primarily consists of grass, Hereford cattle always yield outstanding meat – regardless of the richness of their pastures.

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What are the characteristics of Irish beef?

Irish beef is distinguished by its delicately-fibred texture, its typical, intense taste and its tenderness. Another unmistakeable feature is its deep red colour, which stems from the animals’ diet: grass, their main feed, is particularly rich in iron. And there is no lack of pastures in island.

What is the source of the Hereford Prime Irish beef sold by Otto Gourmet?

Our Hereford Prime comes from an Irish breeders’ association that adheres to strict quality criteria governing the cows’ lineage, their age of slaughter and the marbling of the meat.