MEAT AND NUTRITION

When it comes to great taste
and nutrition, ostrich is one of the most superior meats available today. Although the color, texture, and taste of ostrich is comparable to prime beef, it has fewer calories, lower cholesterol, and lower fat than chicken or turkey. It contains 84% of the daily requirement for B12, which plays a key role in brain function, is rich in Omega 3’s and iron, and has minimal sodium. Ostrich is recommended by the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, and the American Diabetic Association as part of a healthy diet. 

OSTRICH ON THE MENU

As ostrich meat becomes more accessible, an increasing number of top chefs are adding it to their restaurant menus. Public demand for this healthy and delicious red meat has continued to increase, as consumers become more aware of the nutritional benefits.

  • Thirsty Koala:  Astoria, New York

  • Trattoria L'Incontro: Astoria, New York

  • Gentleman Farmer:  New York City

  • BareBurger:  NYC & Surrounding Areas

  • Fuddruckers:  Select Locations, Nationwide

  • The Bird:  Washington, D.C.

  • Mustard Seed Market:  Akron, Ohio

  • Tantra:  Atlanta, Georgia

  • zanZbar: Fort Lauderdale, Florida

  • Sammy's Wild Game Grill: Houston, Texas

  • Game: Louiseville, Kentucky

  • Flaming Grill:  Sacramento, California

  • Chaminade Resort & Spa: Santa Cruz, CA

  • Name: location

OSTRICH MEAT VARIETIES

Leg
Leg
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Tips
Tips
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Fan
Fan
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Top Strip Filet
Top Strip Filet
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Tenderloins
Tenderloins
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