The grass really is greener over on the Emerald Isle. Ireland’s mild, temperate climate, plentiful rainfall and rich soils lead to lush grasslands full of nutrients, natural herbs and clover, creating the ideal environment for rearing cattle.
99% of Irish farms are family owned and run, past down from generation to generation as is the craft, love and dedication to livestock farming. These careful and meticulous farming practices are at the heart of Ireland’s Sustainable Beef Assurance Scheme which ensures the very high standards in animal welfare; traceability and environmental care.
So by serving Irish beef on your menu, you can be confident with a tender, delicious tasting quality result every time.
What makes grass-fed Irish beef so special?
Green Lush Grass
Chef Tom Cenci explains how grass-fed Irish beef can add value to your menu
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Chef Tom Cenci shares why he's been using grass-fed Irish beef for over 10 years...
I have been buying grass-fed Irish beef for many years because it is of a consistently high quality and some of the best beef I have ever eaten (Henry Harris, chef and founder of legendary London restaurant Racine)