BREEZA BEEF HITS JACKPOT WITH ANOTHER PODIUM FINISH IN WORLD’S BEST STEAK
A Breeza-based Wagyu beef producer has won nine medals at the World Steak Challenge in London overnight, including a silver medal in the stakes for the world’s best steak.
Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson said Jack’s Creek Wagyu is a consistent competitor on the world stage with three consecutive gold medals in the Challenge prior to this year’s silver.
“I’d like to congratulate the Warmoll family for their consistent success with their high quality beef and taking Breeza to the rest of the world with their brilliant produce.
“The family has a long history with this region moving to farm at Breeza in 1947 and they are showing consistency with their success of the quality of the beef they produce.
“I talk to farmers and their families every day on how the drought is impacting on farms and farming families across the region, so I was delighted to hear a good news story with the silver medal for Jacks Creek.
“Australian produce will always be keenly sought by our trading partners and when the season does move back into regular rainfall patterns we hope for a smooth return to business as usual.
“Jack’s Creek Wagyu is a beef you can source right here in Tamworth or in the best restaurants across Australia,” Mr Anderson concluded.