Japan’s gyudon (beef bowl) restaurant Yoshinoya is now offering ready-to-eat beef bowls without having to go to any of their branches around the country or overseas.
The new product, which is served inside a can and does not need to be cooked, comes in many flavors, including Yoshinoya’s famous beef bowl.
Security cameras inside a supermarket in California captured a pair of shoplifters stealing hundreds of dollars’ worth of high-quality Japanese beef known as Wagyu.
According to the owner of the Tokyo Fish Market in San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, he himself caught one of the “beef thieves” stuffing beef inside a purse.
Famous YouTuber and cast member of MTV’s “Wild ‘n Out,” Timothy DeLaGhetto, was called out on Twitter for his stage name while talking about an Asian issue.
Taiwan might be home to the most expensive beef noodle soup, but Japan’s gargantuan bento includes a whopping 9.9 pounds (4.5 kilograms) worth of wagyu beef with an enormous 292,929 yen ($2,615) price tag.
Ordering Japan’s mountainous beef bento box also includes 21,698 yen ($194) worth of sales tax, and costs time since orders usually take two weeks to arrive.
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The most expensive meat in the world is offered by a Frenchman who goes so far as to speaking to his cattle daily so that they are calm and relaxed.
The Polmard boucherie in Paris’ St. Germain des Pres quarter is run by Alexandre Polmard, a sixth-generation butcher whose lineage is famous for their quality meat offerings since 1846, when the family business first opened. The business gained even more fame in the 1990s after Polmard’s grandfather and father developed and introduced a treatment that allowed meat to be kept for a purportedly indefinite amount of time.
Prompted by a shortage of beef, China is planning to build the largest animal cloning factory in the world.
With an investment of 200 million yuan ($31.3 million), the factory, set to be built in Tianjin, is being developed by biotechnology firm BoyaLife and South Korea’s Sooam Biotech, along with the Tianjin International Joint Academy of Biotechnology and Medicine, the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation of South Korea, and the Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area, according to China Daily.
Meat lovers who like their burgers rare, beware.
There is an overwhelmingly large amount of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in ground beef, according to a Consumer Reports investigation.