An entry from the Alliance Group has been named the world’s best ribeye and best grass-fed steak at the World Steak Challenge. But as to the very best steak overall you will have to travel to Australia to taste the grain-fed wagyu Black Angus cross sirloin entered by Jack’s Creek. The awards, held in Amsterdam, crowned Alliance’s 55-day-aged ribeye the world’s best for that cut, and its grass-fed steak the world’s best in that category, too. Jack’s Creek was also named the world’s best sirloin, best grain-fed steak and Oceania’s best steak. Jack’s Creek cattle are bred and raised on the natural pastures at Willow Tree in central New South Wales before being finished on a blend of grains, hay, and silage. A total of 346 medals were awarded to steaks this year, including a record 134 gold medals, 120 silver and 92 bronze. Australia took home the most gold medals with 18, and Ireland had the greatest medal haul with 67 steaks awarded a gold, silver or bronze.
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