One of the most popular restaurant steaks, these center-cut Greg Norman Signature Wagyu New York Strip loin steaks are aged a minimum 35 days before being hand cut. The intense marbling and aging process combine for spectacular richness and flavor. Greg Norman SignatureTM Wagyu is produced from the same cattle breed known for producing the legendary Kobe beef of Japan. Greg Norman Wagyu Beef is finished for a minimum of 300 days on a special Japanese formulation of grains to produce an incredibly marbled, high quality product. This finishing along with superior Wagyu genetics leads to butter knife tenderness. Greg Norman Signature Wagyu is graded by independent assessors who expertly grade marbling levels in the Wagyu Beef to international standards. Each of the valuable prime cuts are then specially sorted using the AAco Wagyu Grading System. Greg Norman Wagyu grades range from 3 to 12 with an average of 6 and only an elite 5% of cattle grade higher than 9. Wagyu (translates to "Japanese Cow") cattle are bred to produce fat that is substantially lower in saturated fats than other beef, and is considered a super premium beef not only because of its generous marbling, but because of its fat quality.