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Certified Angus Group are ramping up Social Media efforts, as it is not only a way of the future, it is the now. We encourage Angus Australia Members to subscribe to our pages on Social Media, Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter and Find us on Instagram. Help us help your brands go viral!
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From Farm Gate to Plate

On Wednesday 28th of October Certified Australian Angus Beef, alongside Tyrrell’s Wines, presented a magnificent meal hosted by Kingsley’s Australian Steak House on King Street in Sydney.  Continue reading

An All Black mascot for the ‘All Blacks’

Have you seen the newest gift for the ‘All Blacks’ to help give them a bit of a boost for the Rugby World Cup this year?

Keeping in theme with the name of the team the ‘All Black’ Angus Australia have designed a rugby ball for the team that will hopefully help them find the feet for the rest of the games. The ball featured in the article below with an Angus Bull logo and ‘100% Angus Bull’ has made headlines in Perth Now, the Herald Sun, The Courier and the Daily Telegraph, as well as being shared through Fox Sports. Continue reading

From Farm Gate to Plate

On Wednesday 28th of October Certified Australian Angus Beef, alongside Tyrrell’s Wines, presented a magnificent meal hosted by Kingsley’s Australian Steak House on King Street in Sydney.  Continue reading

An All Black mascot for the ‘All Blacks’

Have you seen the newest gift for the ‘All Blacks’ to help give them a bit of a boost for the Rugby World Cup this year?

Keeping in theme with the name of the team the ‘All Black’ Angus Australia have designed a rugby ball for the team that will hopefully help them find the feet for the rest of the games. The ball featured in the article below with an Angus Bull logo and ‘100% Angus Bull’ has made headlines in Perth Now, the Herald Sun, The Courier and the Daily Telegraph, as well as being shared through Fox Sports. Continue reading

Beef Australia 2015 – Wrap Up

Last week saw over close to 90,000 people descend upon the Rockhampton showgrounds for the triennial Beef Australia event. The event focused on emerging markets for Australian beef, as well as strengthening current relationships.

We saw beef judging of over 4000 head of cattle, 600 trade sites and over 1000 international guests. There were also seminars running all week long with topics ranging from animal handling through to the importance of quality assurance programs for beef.

The event proved to be an outstanding showpiece of Australia’s beef industry and the positive feeling amongst the industry about the future of Australian beef, both in domestic and international markets.

Over the course of the week there were several international chefs who cooked Australian beef.

Certified Angus Group was lucky enough to secure Alvin Leung and Matt Golinski as chefs for our CAAB sponsored meal held on Friday 8th at the International Restaurant on the Beef Australia grounds. The chefs were given the task of creating first class meals using secondary cuts of beef, which they achieved with ease.

The meals served were of outstanding quality and on all accounts enjoyed immensely by the more than  100 guests who attended.

At seminars held throughout the week the general feeling was one of positivity for the future of the Australian beef industry. One of the common messages repeated throughout the seminar programs during the week was that the future lies within customer focused, quality assured and independently audited branded beef programs.

Overall a great time was had by all the event and we look forward to the next Beef Australia in 2018.

GET ALONG TO THE CARNIVORE’S BALL

On Friday the 10th and Saturday the 11th of April, Melbourne will be treated to a culinary delight as CAAB and Australia’s self-proclaimed ‘meat-loving hardcore carnivore’, Burger Mary (aka Jess Pryles) team up, alongside more of Australia’s finest producers, to create a meat lovers’ degustation.

Burger Mary, who has named herself after her fondness of Burgers and Bloody Marys, is an Australian, and honorary Texan, who is committed to promoting the carnivorous gospel worldwide.

The Carnivore’s Ball, an internationally renowned event, now in its third year in Melbourne has had huge success in the past two years. Bringing in the finest local producers and chef talent to create a Texan style celebration of all things meat. This year the Texan theme has been highlighted with an Austin Pitmaster, Evan LeRoy, being brought out for the event. Other big names include Peter Bouchier butchers, George Tomlin (The Town Mouse), Flinders Island Lamb, Bluebonnet BBQ, our own Certified Australian Angus Beef and an incredible sweet finish from Gelato Messina.

The Ball will be held at the Ormond Hall, Melbourne on both Friday the 10th and Saturday the 11th of April. Tickets can be purchased from the link below:

http://www.burgermary.com/2015/02/carnivores-ball-melbourne-2015/

Below is the delicious menu for the evening. An event not to be missed.