Beef Tenderloin

Description

The beef tenderloin is an oblong muscle that extends along the rear portion of the spine, directly behind the kidney, from about the hip bone to the thirteenth rib. It's encased in a thick layer of crumbly fat known as kidney fat or suet, which can be used in much the same way as lard.

Beef tenderloin is commonly used in Western cuisine, grilled or smoke. Commonly made into strip steaks.

Health Benefits

Beef is an excellent source of high quality protein and provides many micronutrients essential to good health throughout life.  At a time when consumers are more consciences of calorie intake, nutrient-rich lean beef offers a solution for satisfying appetites while providing more nutrients for fewer calories than many other foods.

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