Sher Wagyu Ribeye Steak
Black Label Wagyu x Holstein F1 boneless Wagyu Ribeye Steak.
Free shipping on orders $150+
Orders heading out of the Bay Area will only ship on Monday and Tuesday.
Orders within the Bay Area will be delivered Monday through Friday. We do not deliver on Saturday or Sunday.
Our butchery processes orders within two business days. You will receive an email when your order is out for delivery.
Pick up hours are Monday-Thursday 9-5pm & Friday 9-3pm. You will receive a notice when your order is ready. Please have this email with you to receive your product. If you're unable to pick your order up during our normal pickup times, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're happy to accommodate other pickup times.
Subscription Orders: Your initial subscription order will ship within 2 business days. Your subsequent subscription orders will ship following your selected delivery cadence. You will receive an email 5 days before your next delivery. Have more questions about our subscriptions? Check out our FAQ page.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Ballan Victoria, Australia
Local sourcing is at the core of our mission. But occasionally we look beyond the bounty of the American West to source a truly unique eating experience.
Nick and Vicki Sher began calving Japanese Wagyu in Australia in 1991. In ‘95, they became the first foreign ranchers to export Wagyu crossbred cattle to Japan. Their Japanese fan base encouraged the Shers to pioneer the breeding of Wagyu x Holstein, the traditional Japanese F1.
The Shers manage all stages of the beef’s production from conception. The cattle are pasture fed for the first 18 months, and then gently transitioned to grain, and barley-finished.
Cream Co. is delighted to bring you this stunningly marbled, fine-grained steak that sacrifices no flavor for its classic Wagyu tenderness.
10% of Cream Co.’s Sher Wagyu steak sales are donated to the World Wildlife Found Bushfire Recovery Fund to support WWF’s efforts to recover and restore Australian wildlife and wildlands from the devastation wrought by the 2020 fire season.