New! Diced Pectoral Beef – Low Fat and Versatile for Mexican, Asian Fusion, Salads and Bowls

MAR 2018 –  Sterling Pacific Meat Company is pleased to provide a new, low fat, high quality diced pectoral beef product perfect for a variety of versatile menu options, including salads, tacos, burritos, rice bowls, salads and Asian fusion fare.  

“As partners to chefs and supply chain professionals in quick service restaurants, we actively seek to develop high quality protein solutions that increase back of the house efficiency, save time and money, and improve front of the house customer experience,” stated Collette Kakuk, Vice President Marketing and Business Development at Sterling Pacific Meat Company.

The new diced pectoral beef product comes raw either fresh or frozen in a variety of convenient package sizes for maximum freshness and ease of storage. Chefs can expect the product to have a great taste and bite, excellent product consistency for uniform and consistent cooking times, and 100% usable yield rate – which cannot be achieved with trimming and cutting in-house.

Ms. Kakuk commented further, “Our diced pectoral beef product is a great option for restaurants, because this great-tasting, versatile product reducing the need for cutting across multiple dishes, saving precious time and labor – while also increasing worker safety. Further, it reduces food safety risk, saves space,  and increases service time and quality to the customer.”


Sterling Pacific Meat Company is one of North America’s largest full service BRC Certified custom protein processors serving restaurants, theme parks, airlines, food service, and other businesses.  A state-of-the-art, fully industrialized 70,000 square foot complex is located in Southern California and offers a full spectrum of raw, fresh and frozen beef, poultry, pork, lamb, seafood and other protein products delivered nationwide.

For those interested in learning more about Sterling Pacific Meat Company please contact us at  (323) 838-9400 or

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