LONDON – Japanese farmers have exported their first shipment of “wagyu” beef to the European Union after an import ban on beef produced in the country was lifted.
Wagyu are among the most desired breeds because of their intense fat marbling, which makes the meat particularly tender when cooked. A tasting session of the first shipment was recently held in London.
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