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Australian steak wins world best title for second year running

The next time you order a steak, try asking for a rib-eye from an F2 crossbred Wagyu, fed on grain for 450 days, slaughtered at 30 months with a marbling score of 8, from Jack’s Creek.

If you do manage to get that mouthful on your plate, you’ll be eating the best steak in the world (and you’d better ask for it medium rare).

The best steak in the world. Photo Jack's Creek image www.ozrural.com.au

The best steak in the world. Photo: Jack’s Creek

For the second year running Australian beef producer Jack’s Creek has taken out the World Steak Championship that looks for the best cut of beef on the planet.

Based in New England, New South Wales, Jack’s Creek won the inaugural title in 2015 and successfully defended its position at the top of the table on Friday.

Australian beef producer Jack's Creek has taken out the World Steak Championship. image www.ozrural.com.au

For the second year running Australian beef producer Jack’s Creek has taken out the World Steak Championship. Photo: Jack’s Creek

Australian beef producers won three of nine gongs on offer at the award ceremony in the UK, with judges assessing entries in both raw and cooked stages.

The win comes after a new report from Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre predicted Western Australia’s beef export industry to Asia could grow to $1 billion by 2030.

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September 26th, 2016
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