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Also Known As: Butt Tenderloin; Chateaubriand; Filet Mignon; Filet Mignon Roast; Full Tenderloin Roast; Medallions; Short Tenderloin; Tenderloin Tips; Tournedos. A long, narrow, and lean muscle located within the Loin, this is the most tender cut of beef available. The Tenderloin is the source of Tenderloin Steak or Filet Mignon, and is a component of T-Bone and Porterhouse Steaks.
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Alligator Tenderloin, alligator sirloin, alligator ribs, gator meat, alligator meat, alligator tail, where to buy alligator meat, gator meat for sale, buy alligator meat, alligator tail meat, gator tail meat, where can I buy alligator meat Alligator Tenderloin 1 Lb.

Exotic Meat Market offers farm raised alligator tenderloin meat. Alligator tenderloin is versatile and can be used in any recipe that calls for veal, seafood, or chicken. Its flavor easily adapts to seasonings, and alligator tenderloin can be smoked, fried, grilled, or stir-fried. Alligator tenderloin meat is considered cooked when it is white all the way through.

Our Price: $24.99
Tenderloin - Certified Berkshire Pork - 2 Lbs. Tenderloin - Certified Berkshire Pork - 2 Lbs.

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Savings: $10.00
Elk Medallion from tenderloin, elk meat for sale, where can I buy elk meat, Meat Market, Elk Filet Mignon Steaks, Elk Rib Chops, Elk 8 rib Frenched rack, Elk 2 rib Frenched rack, Elk Strip loin steak, Elk Boneless Short loin, Elk NY Strip, Elk Tenderloin Elk Medallions from Tenderloin - 1 Lb.

Elk Medallions from Tenderloin - 1 Lb. Our Elk Tenderloin Medallions are cut one inch thick from Elk Tenderloin. This package includes 1 Lb. of Elk Tenderloin Medallions.

Elk Tenderloin Medallions are cherry red in color, coarsely grained, tender, mild with a sweet flavor. Our Elk are pasture raised on grass and leaves in New Zealand. No growth hormones or antibiotics are used when raising these animals.

Elk meat tastes similar to beef but is a little more mild and sweet. The USDA National Nutrient Database shows that raw wild elk provides 94 calories, 1.2 grams of fat (0.5 grams saturated), 19.5 grams of protein, and 47 milligrams of cholesterol for a 3-ounce serving.

Our Price: $49.99
Exotic Meat Market® Offers Wild Axis Deer Tenderloin from Island of Molokai, Hawaii. Average weight of two tenderloins of each animal is 1 to 1.5 Lbs. Two tenderloins are packed in one package. Buy with confidence. Axis Deer Tenderloin from Island of Molokai Hawaii - Average Weight 1 to 1.5 Lbs.

Exotic Meat Market® Offers USDA inspected Wild Axis Deer TENDERLOIN from island of Molokai, Hawaii. Axis Tenderloin is most tender, lean, succulent, flavorful and great when cooked whole on the grill. Best when cooked whole, then sliced. Axis Deer Tenderloin - 2 Tenderloins packed in one package. Average Weight of Two Tenderloins is approximately 1 to 1.5 Lbs.

Our Price: $49.99
Llama Whole Tenderloin - 1 Piece Llama Whole Tenderloin - 1 Piece

Exotic Meat Market started raising Llamas for food in the USA since 2011. Our Llamas are raised on California grown Alfalfa. Our Llamas are harvested at 24 months. On an average we process in between 24 to 36 Llamas per year. On an average we yield in between 80 to 100 Lbs. of boneless Llama meat per animal. On an average at 24 months a Black Angus steer can yield more than 1200 Lbs. of boneless beef. That’s the reason Llama meat is limited and bit expensive.

Llama meat is lean like all game meats. Llama meat is deep red, tender and delicious. The ancient Inca civilization domesticated Llamas for approximately 5,000 years. Many llamas and alpacas were sacrificed to the Gods every year by the Incan culture. The meat would then be distributed to the crowds.

Exotic Meat Market offers Llama Meat from Head to Tail. Our famous cuts are Llama Tenderloin, Llama Rib Eye Steak, Llama New York Steak, Llama Strip Loin Steak, Llama Filet Mignon Steak, Llama Top Sirloin Steak, Llama Rib Eye Roast, Llama Porterhouse Steak, Llama Short Ribs, Llama Denver Leg, Llama Stew, Llama Burgers, Llama Meat, Llama leg medallions, Llama rump, Llama Eight Bone Rack, Llama six bone rack, Llama four bone rack, Llama two bone rack, Llama shoulder roast, Llama leg roast, Llama short loin, Llama boneless strip loin, Llama two bone rib rack, Llama Petite Tender, Llama Jerky, Llama Salami, Llama Pepperoni, Llama Sausage, Llama Cajun Sausage, Llama Garlic and Basil Sausage, Rack of Llama, Llama Back Ribs, Llama Stew, Llama Brisket, Llama Chuck Roast, Llama Filet Mignon, Llama Flank Steak, Llama Flat Iron, Llama Ground Meat, Llama Prime Rib, Llama Ribeye Steak, Llama Sirloin Steak, Llama Skirt Steak, Llama Strip Steak, Llama T-bone Steak, Llama Tenderloin Roast, Llama Tenderloin Steak, Llama Top Round Roast, Llama Tri-tip Roast, Llama head, Llama tongue, Llama neck, Llama bone in stew meat, Llama rosettes, Llama Osso Bucco, Llama Penis, Llama testicles, Llama rocky mountain oysters, Llama liver, Llama kidney, Llama Heart, Llama Lungs for pet food, Llama green tripe for pet food, Llama bones for pets, Llama placenta, Llama milk, Llama inside fat, Llama oil, Llama cream and more.

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alpaca, alpaca meat, alpaca meat taste, alpaca meat recipes, alpaca meat price per pound, alpaca meat nutrition, alpaca meat industry, raising alpacas for meat, alpaca meat peru,  alpaca burgers, alpaca ground meat, alpaca hotdogs, alpaca sausage Alpaca Tenderloin - 1 Piece

Alpaca Meat Tenderloin. The Tenderloin is removed from the carcass in one piece. Fat deposits and loose muscle is removed. Average Weight 12 to 16 oz. each.

Exotic Meat Market offers fresh and frozen Alpaca Meat. Alpaca meat was once considered a delicacy by Andean inhabitants. Alpaca meat is one of the healthiest and most flavorful meat’s in the world. The meat is lean, tender, and almost sweet. Alpaca meat is not only rich in proteins, but also low in fat & has the lowest level of cholesterol of any meat.

There are many health benefits of alpaca meat in comparison to the traditional livestock meats. It is the meat of the Andes and one of the healthiest and oldest food sources of the Incan’s and pre-Incans, and remains a South American delicacy as well as important daily food source.

Just as meat from cattle is called beef and deer is venison, the term being used for Alpaca meat in Australia currently is Viande.

Our Price: $49.99
Lamb Tenderloin - 2.5 Lbs. Average Lamb Tenderloin - 2.5 Lbs. Average

Lamb Tenderloin - 2.5 Lbs. Average


100% grass-fed

Humanely raised on spacious pastures

No antibiotics or hormones from birth

Healthy source of lean protein, minerals and B vitamins

Delicious, sweet, tender meat

•12-14 tenderloins per package

•Ships in an uncooked state

•Product of Australia

•Certified Halal

Our Australian Lamb tenderloins are lean, petite and delicate.

Easy to cook. Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Fresh Garlic, Fresh Rosemary. You might want to rub the meat with oil before putting it in the hot pan.

A quick pan sear for a few minutes on each side is all it needs. You could do that on a grill, too. Slice into delicate medallions and then fan out the morsels of lamb on a platter with vegetables of your choice.

There won't be any leftovers.

Our Price: $59.99
Elk Tenderloin, Elk New York Strip Loin Steak, elk meat for sale, where can I buy elk meat, Meat Market, Elk Filet Mignon Steaks, Elk Rib Chops, Elk 8 rib Frenched rack, Elk 2 rib Frenched rack, Elk Strip loin steak, Elk Boneless Short loin, Elk Medallion Elk Tenderloin 1.8 to 2 Lbs.

Elk Tenderloin This package includes Two Elk Tenderloins. Each Tenderloin Weighs Approximately 12 to 18 Oz. Average Weight 1.5 to 2 Lbs. Elk Meat is dark, coarsely grained, mild with a sweet flavor. This is a pure bred Wapiti raised by small independent farmers near their native ranges in New Zealand. They are pasture raised on grass and leaves. No growth hormones or antibiotics are used when raising these animals.

The Elk is one of the largest species of deer in the world and one of the largest land mammals in North America and Eastern Asia.

Elk meat tastes similar to beef but is a little more mild and sweet. The USDA National Nutrient Database shows that raw wild elk provides 94 calories, 1.2 grams of fat (0.5 grams saturated), 19.5 grams of protein, and 47 milligrams of cholesterol for a 3-ounce serving.

Our Price: $79.99
Certified 100% Pure Iberico Pork Tenderloin from Spain - Approx 2 Lbs. Certified 100% Pure Iberico Pork Tenderloin from Spain - Approx 2 Lbs.

Certified 100% Pure Iberico Pork Tenderloin from Spain - Approx 2 Lbs.

Exotic Meat Market established in 1969 delivers hard to find Exotic Meats from all over the world at your door.

Our Price: $99.99
alpaca, alpaca meat, alpaca meat taste, alpaca meat recipes, alpaca meat price per pound, alpaca meat nutrition, alpaca meat industry, raising alpacas for meat, alpaca meat peru,  alpaca burgers, alpaca ground meat, alpaca hotdogs, alpaca sausage Alpaca Tenderloin - 2 Pieces

Alpaca Meat Tenderloin. The Tenderloin is removed from the carcase in one piece. Fat deposits and loose muscle is removed. Average Weight 12 to 16 oz. each. This package includes two (2) Alpaca Tenderloins from the same animal.

Exotic Meat Market offers fresh and frozen Alpaca Meat. Alpaca meat was once considered a delicacy by Andean inhabitants.

Alpaca meat is one of the healthiest and most flavorful meat’s in the world. The meat is lean, tender and almost sweet. Alpaca meat is not only rich in proteins, but also low in fat & has the lowest level of cholesterol of any meat.

There are many health benefits of alpaca meat in comparison to the traditional livestock meats. It is the meat of the Andes and one of the healthiest and oldest food sources of the Incan’s and pre-Incans, and remains a South American delicacy as well as important daily food source.

Just as meat from cattle is called beef and deer is venison, the term being used for Alpaca meat in Australia currently is Viande.

Our Price: $99.99
Alligator Tenderloin, alligator sirloin, alligator ribs, gator meat, alligator meat, alligator tail, where to buy alligator meat, gator meat for sale, buy alligator meat, alligator tail meat, gator tail meat, where can I buy alligator meat, alligator tail Alligator Tenderloin 5 Lbs.

Exotic Meat Market offers farm raised alligator tenderloin meat. Alligator tenderloin is versatile and can be used in any recipe that calls for veal, seafood, or chicken. Its flavor easily adapts to seasonings, and alligator tenderloin can be smoked, fried, grilled, or stir-fried. Alligator tenderloin meat is considered cooked when it is white all the way through.

Our Price: $129.99
Antelope Tenderloin - Exotic Meat Market Antelope Tenderloin - 1.8 to 2 Lbs.

Antelope Tenderloin - 1.8 to 2 Lbs.

Our Price: $149.99
Bison Tenderloin, buffalo Tenderloin, where can I buy Bison Tenderloin, where can I buy buffalo Tenderloin, Bison Tenderloin steaks, buffalo Tenderloin steaks, Bison meat, Bison meat nutrition, Bison Tenderloin recipe, Bison Tenderloin vs beef Tenderloin Bison Tenderloin - Average 5 Lbs.

Our Bison Tenderloin comes from American Grass Fed Bison. This package includes ONE (1) Premium Bison Tenderloin. Average Weight 4 to 5 Lbs.

Is it buffalo or bison? The American Buffalo is not a true buffalo. Its closest relatives are the European Bison, or Wisent, and the Canadian Woods Bison, not the buffalo of Asia or Africa, such as the Cape Buffalo or Water Buffalo. Scientifically, the American Buffalo is named Bison and belongs to the Bovidae family of mammals, as do domestic cattle. Because our history has so ingrained in us the name "buffalo," we still use it, although "bison" and "buffalo" are used interchangeably. *

A brief history Bison once roamed the plains in numbers so great that early explorers could not count them. They were variously described as: "numbers-numberless," "the country was one black robe," and "the plains were black and appeared as if in motion."

The bison has been called the most important wild animal in the development of North America. They were the center of life of the Plains Indians, providing them with food, clothing, shelter, and much of their culture. Bison also sustained the lives of the explorers and settlers going West.

By the late 1800's, bison were dangerously close to extinction. Through efforts of early conservationists and ranchers who knew the value of bison, they are no longer an endangered species. Bison are again a central part of the lives of some Americans, and their numbers have increased to over 300,000 in public and private herds in North America.

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Camel Tenderloin - Whole Camel Tenderloin - Whole

Camel Tenderloin - Whole Our Camel Meat is imported from Australia with legal permits.

Exotic Meat Markets.Com offers Camel Tenderloin, Camel Filet Mignon Steaks, Camel Center Cut Steaks, Camel Boneless Roast, Camel Stew Meat, Camel Burgers and Camel Cutlets.

Our Price: $299.99
Alligator Cheek Meat, Alligator Tenderloin, alligator sirloin, alligator ribs, gator meat, alligator meat, alligator tail, where to buy alligator meat, gator meat for sale, buy alligator meat, alligator tail meat, gator tail meat Alligator Tenderloin for Retailers - 40 Lbs. 1 Lb. Packaging

Exotic Meat Market offers farm raised alligator tenderloin meat. Alligator tenderloin is versatile and can be used in any recipe that calls for veal, seafood, or chicken. Its flavor easily adapts to seasonings, and alligator tenderloin can be smoked, fried, grilled, or stir-fried. Alligator tenderloin meat is considered cooked when it is white all the way through.

Our Price: $599.99
Kobe Beef from Japan, Wagyu Beef from Japan, Grade A 5, Japanese Beef, Filet Mignon Steaks, Tenderloin steaks, filet, fillet, Buy Wet Aged Beef, 30 Days Aged Beef, Steak, Steaks, Kobe Beef price, Kobe beef near me Japanese Wagyu Tenderloin Roast, A-5 Grade 8 lbs

Since 2004, Exotic Meat Market offers Japanese Wagyu Beef in the USA. That’s 14 years. Even Costco cannot compete with us in price for Grade A 5 - Japanese Wagyu Beef Tenderloin. Costco offers Japanese Wagyu Beef – Grade A 5 Tenderloin at $ 100 Per Lb. with Free Shipping. We offer at $ 90 Per Lb. and Free Shipping. Every Lb. you save $ 10.00. That's $ 80 in Savings. Costco Membership not required.

Our Japanese Wagyu Tenderloin Roast is juiciest and tender of all the roasts. This marvelously rich, yet mellow boneless roast comes from the heart of the short loin where the most abundant marbling, tender texture and succulent taste is found. This steakhouse classic goes by several different names such as "Chateaubriand".

"The Wagyu Beef" - also known as "Kobe Beef" in USA is the ultimate masterpiece of Japanese Beef. Wagyu are raised with pride and care all over Japan, and they provide truly world class high quality beef. Wagyu is strictly graded and sorted info five classes by professionals from the Japan Meat Grading Association from A 1 to A 5. A5 is the highest grade of Japanese Wagyu Beef.

WAGYU is not a breed of Cattle. "WA" means Japan and "GYU" means Cattle. WAGYU = Japanese Cattle. All Kobe Beef is Wagyu, product of Japan. One of the most important factors for grading beef quality is "marbling", which refers to the fine white streaks of fat that run through lean beef and enhance flavor and tenderness. "The Wagyu" has excellent marbling that puts it among the world's top class. Furthermore, the fat in "The WAGYU" melts at just 77F (25C), a lower temperature than any other beef. This explains why "The WAGYU" melts in your mouth for a sensational burst of flavor from the very first bite. Our Japanese Wagyu Beef is legally imported from Japan and inspected by USDA on arrival. Our Filet Mignon Steaks are cut from Japanese Tenderloin at local USDA inspected facility in Los Angeles, CA. All our steaks are individually stamped as required by USDA guidelines.

Our Wagyu Beef comes from Japan's Miyazaki Prefecture. Miyazaki Prefecture on southern Japan’s Kyushu Island is known for its beaches and Oceanside drives. Aoshima, a popular swimming beach, is connected by a pedestrian bridge to tiny Aoshima Island, which is surrounded by a distinctive flat, ribbed geological formation nicknamed Oni no Sentakuita, or “Devil’s Washboard.” Prominent Pacific Coast surf spots include Hyuga, Kisakihama and Shirahama.

Japan's 47 prefectures form the country's first jurisdiction and administrative division levels. They consist of 43 prefectures (
ken) proper, two urban prefectures ( fu, Osaka, and Kyoto), one "circuit" or "territory" ( dō, Hokkaido) and one "metropolis" ( to, Tokyo). The Meiji Fuhanken sanchisei administration created the first prefectures to replace the provinces of Japan in 1868.

Hyōgo is a Japanese prefecture in the Kansai region of the country’s main island, Honshu. Kobe, the prefectural capital, is a cosmopolitan port city framed by mountains, west of Osaka and Kyoto. It has a busy Chinatown and an animated entertainment district around Sannomiya Station. Kobe Harborland offers upscale shops and waterfront views, while local steakhouses specialize in the area's signature Kobe beef. Remember, Beef coming from Hyōgo can only be called Kobe Beef, rest can be called Wagyu from Japan.

  • Product of Japan
  • Wagyu Beef
  • Grade A 5
  • BMS 8 and Higher
  • Miyazaki Perfecture
  • Wagyu Tenderloin Roast
  • Whole Tenderloin
  • Minimum Weight 8 Lbs.
  • Aged 30 days or more
  • Serves 12
  • Shipped fresh and frozen

Our Price: $719.99
Kobe Beef from Japan, Wagyu Beef from Japan, Grade A 5, Japanese Beef, Filet Mignon Steaks, Tenderloin steaks, filet, fillet, Buy Wet Aged Beef, 30 Days Aged Beef, Steak, Steaks, Kobe Beef price, Kobe beef near me Japanese Wagyu Tenderloin Roast, A-5 Grade 9 lbs

Exotic Meat Market was the first to offer Japanese Wagyu Beef on the Internet in 2004. Even Costco cannot compete with us in price for the same Grade of Wagyu. Costco's present supplier is our Ex Customer. You don't need Costco Membership to save money. I am offering Japanese Wagyu Tenderloin Roast A-5 Grade - 9 Lbs and up for $799.99. That's $ 100 in Savings. Free Shipping.

"The Wagyu Beef" - also known as "Kobe Beef" in USA is the ultimate masterpiece of Japanese Beef. Wagyu are raised with pride and care all over Japan, and they provide truly world class high quality beef. Wagyu is strictly graded and sorted info five classes by professionals from the Japan Meat Grading Association from A 1 to A 5. A5 is the highest grade of Japanese Wagyu Beef.

WAGYU is not a breed of Cattle. "WA" means Japan and "GYU" means Cattle. WAGYU = Japanese Cattle.

One of the most important factors for grading beef quality is "marbling", which refers to the fine white streaks of fat that run through lean beef and enhance flavor and tenderness. "The Wagyu" has excellent marbling that puts it among the world's top class. Furthermore, the fat in "The WAGYU" melts at just 77F (25C), a lower temperature than any other beef. This explains why "The WAGYU" melts in your mouth for a sensational burst of flavor from the very first bite.

Our Japanese Wagyu Beef is legally imported from Japan and inspected by USDA on arrival. Our Filet Mignon Steaks are cut from Japanese Tenderloin at local USDA inspected facility in Los Angeles, CA. All our steaks are individually stamped as required by USDA guidelines.

Our Japanese Filet Mignon Steaks are juiciest and tender of all the steaks. This marvelously rich, yet mellow boneless cut comes from the heart of the short loin where the most abundant marbling, tender texture and succulent taste is found. This steakhouse classic goes by several different names such as "Tenderloin steaks" as well as "Chateaubriand". Bottom line: This is a boneless steak cut from the top loin, the most tender.

Our Wagyu Beef comes from Japan's Miyazaki Prefecture. Miyazaki Prefecture on southern Japan’s Kyushu Island is known for its beaches and Oceanside drives. Aoshima, a popular swimming beach, is connected by a pedestrian bridge to tiny Aoshima Island, which is surrounded by a distinctive flat, ribbed geological formation nicknamed Oni no Sentakuita, or “Devil’s Washboard.” Prominent Pacific Coast surf spots include Hyuga, Kisakihama and Shirahama.

Japan's 47 prefectures form the country's first jurisdiction and administrative division levels. They consist of 43 prefectures (県 ken) proper, two urban prefectures (府 fu, Osaka, and Kyoto), one "circuit" or "territory" (道 dō, Hokkaido) and one "metropolis" (都 to, Tokyo). The Meiji Fuhanken sanchisei administration created the first prefectures to replace the provinces of Japan in 1868.

Hyōgo is a Japanese prefecture in the Kansai region of the country’s main island, Honshu. Kobe, the prefectural capital, is a cosmopolitan port city framed by mountains, west of Osaka and Kyoto. It has a busy Chinatown and an animated entertainment district around Sannomiya Station. Kobe Harborland offers upscale shops and waterfront views, while local steakhouses specialize in the area's signature Kobe beef. Remember, Beef coming from Hyōgo can only be called Kobe Beef, rest can be called Wagyu from Japan.

  • Product of Japan
  • Wagyu Beef
  • Grade A 5
  • BMS 8 and Higher
  • Miyazaki Perfecture
  • Wagyu Tenderloin Roast
  • Whole Tenderloin
  • Minimum Weight 9 Lbs.
  • Aged 30 days or more
  • Serves 12
  • Shipped fresh and frozen

Our Price: $799.99
   
 
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