A proper introduction to wagyu. A boneless strip steak — made of the only wagyu beef that Japan actually imports, Sher Black Label Wagyu x Holstein F1.
Cream Co. sources from small, family-owned ranches and artisan producers from across the West Coast. They believe in a radically transparent and decentralized regional sourcing model, that follows natural resources—grass-fed lamb from the grass seed capital of the world and grass-fed beef pastured at varying altitudes for year round grass.
Cream Co. is the only 100% natural-or-better USDA meat processor and distributor in the Inner Bay Area. All of their ranching partners undergo rigorous annual third-party auditing and carry multiple certifications that speak to their individual practices. These include: Organic, Non-GMO, 100% Grass-fed, Grass-fed & Grain-finished, Humane Certified, and Certified Regenerative.
Cream Co.'s mission is to revolutionize a highly commoditized industry by creating new opportunities for people to enjoy animal proteins responsibly.
A Legendary Australian Ranch
Nick and Vicki Sher began calving Japanese Wagyu in Australia in 1991. In ‘95, they became the first foreign ranchers to export Wagyu crossbred cattle to Japan. Their Japanese fan base encouraged the Shers to pioneer the breeding of Wagyu x Holstein, the traditional Japanese F1.
The Shers manage all stages of the beef’s production from conception. The cattle are pasture fed for the first 18 months, and then gently transitioned to grain, and barley-finished.