Price of Kobe Beef in Botswana

Kobe beef is Wagyu beef from the Tajima strain of Japanese Black cattle, raised in Japan’s Hyōgo Prefecture according to rules set out by the Kobe Beef Marketing and Distribution Promotion Association. The meat is a delicacy, valued for its flavor, tenderness, and fatty, well-marbled texture.

Kobe beef is prized for its flavor, marbling, and texture. Its buttery, smooth, melt-in-your-mouth texture and qualities make it different from any other meat on Earth, and so rich it is that around a 100g portion would be plenty. If you’re lucky enough to try authentic Kobe beef, you’re one of very few.

How much does Kobe beef cost per kg?

Kobe beef can come in many different slices or cuts of meat. Cube roll is the leanest, highest quality, and starts at P8379.42 per kilo.

How much does Kobe beef cost?

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A cut of legitimate Kobe beef will cost a diner around P2673.12, and a Kobe burger is around $50. What is it about Kobe beef that makes it such a delicacy? Its unparalleled flavor, texture, and tenderness make it a particular indulgence for fine beef connoisseurs.

How much is Kobe beef in South Africa?

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Wagyu Cattle: Producing Kobe beef at R1 500/kg.

What is the most expensive meat in the world?


1. Wagyu – American or Japanese? Widely accepted as one of the best meats on the global market, Wagyu is typified by its light color and generous marbling. The best known is Japanese Wagyu, which routinely sells for more than P4009.68 per lb with individual cows fetching in excess of P400968.00 at auction.