Beef is graded on several factors including maturity, texture and lean color. Most notable difference refers to the amount of marbling (fat) content in the meat. Generally speaking the more marbling, the more tender the beef and the more flavor it has.
Select, grade beef, sometimes known as Good grade, is very uniform in quality and somewhat leaner than the higher grades. It is fairly tender, but because it has less marbling, it may lack some of the juiciness and flavor of the higher grades. Only the tender cuts should be cooked with dry heat. Other cuts should be marinated before cooking or cooked with moisture to obtain maximum tenderness and flavor.
- Case Sale
- Beef Loin Tenderloin
- USDA Select
- Random Weight (R/W): 70 lb avg
* Random Weight Item. In the "Qty" field, please enter the desired weight (in pounds) in multiples of the average weight. Costco Business Delivery will supply an actual item that is as close as possible to the pounds entered in the "Qty" box. Your final invoice at delivery will reflect pricing for the actual weight of the item.Next-business-day delivery is subject to quantity on hand.
Large orders may require 2-3 days delivery time. For immediate availability, please call (800) 788-9968.