Meat options keep festivities hearty

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    Yabu’s U.S. Pork Katsu

    Among the many things that 2020 has shed light on, the desire to come together and bond over great food has become even more apparent for people, especially now that the holidays are fast approaching.

    Outback Steakhouse’s 6 oz U.S. Beef Sirloin Seared Cut

    For those looking to prep their own homemade meals in celebration of the holidays, U.S. Meats is available in groceries in the form of Johnsonville Sausages, SPAM, and Evergood Sausages. For those who like to go out and eat together at the mall, they can enjoy these premium Pork and Beef options at Burgoo, Yabu, Soban K-town Grill, Marugame, Outback Steakhouse, Teriyaki Boy, Pepper Lunch, Big City, Yoshinoya, TGIFriday’s, Number 1 Barbecues, Conti’s, and Jinjoo Korean Grill, among others.

    Customers should remember to keep those receipts for an extra treat, too, as U.S. Meats will be opening up booths at Glorietta and SM North Edsa – The Block on December 12-13 and 19-20, respectively. At these booths, anyone with a receipt worth at least P500 of U.S. Pork or U.S. Beef dishes from restaurants or U.S. Meats products from supermarkets can hand them in and redeem a special holiday present. Any receipt from December 1 to 20 of 2020 will be eligible.

    Big City’s U.S. Pork Smoked Bratwurst

    There will also be a fun photobooth and menus that can inform visitors about other offers. These booths will have a health check and face mask and shield requirement for all who enter, will maintain social distancing guidelines, and provide a designated sanitation area with all the necessary equipment.

    U.S. Pork is known for its uniquely sweet taste and tender and juicy meat because of their U.S.-bred pigs being fed with freshly sourced corn and soybean. U.S. Beef is well-marbled, tender, and packs the juice because their cattle are fed on a nutritionally balanced high-energy diet consisting mainly of corn. All of these offers are graded and inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).