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Alphamega Selected Premium Beef: Unique, Alphamega quality steaks

Alphamega Selected Premium Beef: Unique, Alphamega quality steaks

Alphamega Hypermarkets has enriched its product range with high-quality beef steaks from Australia, the USA, Argentina and the UK, pleasantly surprising its meat-loving customers.


The new line of Alphamega Selected Premium Beef products boasts a large range of meat cuts, such us sirloin, rib-eye and filet mignon from Australia, the USA and Argentina, Tomahawk rib-eye from Great Britain and the USA, as well as Wagyu rib-eye and sirloin from Australia. It should be noted that all the meat cuts come from grain fed cows, which follow a special diet so as to safeguard, among other things, the rich flavour of the steak, a melt-in-the-mouth texture as well as a lower percentage of intramuscular fat.


The high-quality meats are imported in large cuts to Cyprus and subsequently cut up and packaged, with high-tech machines, in controlled temperatures, at the cutting-edge workshop of Alphamega Hypermarkets in Nicosia. They are packaged with the latest skin pack method, which vacuum seals the steaks, thus increasing the shelf life of the product by up to 30 days and ensuring a low microbial load.


The new range of Alphamega Selected Premium Beef products is available through the Alphamega Hypermarkets e-store and at Alphamega hypermarket’s fridges.


It should be noted that with the purchase of any Alphamega Selected Premium Beef product between 2 April – 3 May and by using your Alphamega Family Card, you automatically enter the contest to win the popular kamado BBQ Big Green Egg, worth €2,100.


Enjoy unique beef steak dishes of Alphamega quality!



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