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What is the difference between USDA Prime and USDA Choice cut meats?

What is the difference between USDA Prime and USDA Choice cut meats?
USDA Prime represents the upper 2-3% of all domestic cattle. USDA assigns the quality at the time of slaughter by the degree of marbling on the ribeye. Prime has more marbling, which in turn increases the flavor and tenderness characteristics. We offer a Private Stock of superb USDA Prime meats. USDA Choice Meat is the next level of superior meat grading.

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