Safe Handling - For America’s beef producers, providing safe food is their number one priority; and steps taken at every segment of the beef production chain ensures the safest product possible. However, consumers can contribute to the safety of their food by following proper in-home food safety practices.
Safe Ground Beef - You may already know that your burgers should be cooked to a higher temperature than a steak or roast, but did you know that 160° is the optimal temperature for safe and savory ground beef?
The Beef Industry's Commitment to Safety - The beef industry pledged to consumers many years ago to provide the safest food possible, and the we're supporting that commitment through research, application of safety interventions and education.
Choices of Beef - Cattle farmers and ranchers use resources available in their area to raise cattle in a variety of ways to provide beef choices consumers see in grocery stores and at restaurants. There are more than 1 million beef farmers and ranchers throughout the United States who offer a variety of beef choices to meet the changing lifestyles of consumers, including Grain-Finished, grass-finished, certified organic and natural beef.