Australian beef producers Jack’s Creek have received international recognition by earning the title of World’s Best Rib-Eye in the World Steak Challenge 2022

The competition was held at Fire Steak House & Bar in Dublin, Ireland last week and brought together the industry’s best producers and suppliers.

Contestants were able to showcase their products and breed credentials across seven different categories.

Jack’s Creek took home a total of 11 medal across a number of categories including sirloin, fillet and rib-eye with its Wagyu and Wagyu cross entries, and sirloin with its black Angus.

“As one of the first Australian beef producers to breed, grow, process and market premium Wagyu beef across the globe, we are incredibly proud to be recognised with these awards,” says Managing Director Patrick Warmoll.

“Every day we aim to deliver the most tender, juicy, flavoursome beef and these awards are a great acknowledgement for the whole team at Jack’s Creek … who work incredibly hard to ensure the best possible quality for our customers.”

Among the raft of gold medals, Jack’s Creek also received a silver medal in the Fillet category for its Wagyu cross entry and bronze in the Rib-Eye category for its black Angus.

The company currently processes between 1,000 and 1,200 Wagyu, Wagyu cross and black Angus cattle a week and exports beef to 30 countries around the world.