The Highest Quality USDA Choice Beef
The Largest Full-Service Meat Department In Northern California
All Federally inspected.
Lunardi’s uses USDA Choice beef, which we age in our meat lockers and then cut in full view of our customers. This assures the finest quality of beef anywhere.
Lunardi's LAMB is naturally raised locally in Petaluma and Bodega Bay. Our lamb is free from growth hormones and steroids.
Lunardi's PORK is "Quite simply the best." Specially selected to be the leanest in the industry. PORK is not graded the same way as beef, so the major criterion for selecting PORK is the leanness of the individual cuts.
Lunardi's features dozens of hand prepared gourmet items such as...Stuffed Flank Steak, Stuffed Veal Roast with Apple Almond Stuffing, Pork Roast Stuffed with Italian Sausage ready to pop in the oven or slap on the grill.
All meats are hand-cut by fully trained butchers on-site each morning to ensure that freshness+quality = the best taste & texture. Only USDA Choice grade beef is used; no compromises or shortcuts are used in the largest full-service meat department in Northern California.
The Highest Quality Grass Fed Beef
Grass Fed Beef
NO GROWTH HORMONES, NO ANTIBIOTICS and 100% GRASS DIET. No Grain is ever fed to the cattle. Grass fed meat is healthier for people. The meat is leaner and contains a higher percentage of good fats, Omega 3s, and beneficial antioxidants and minerals.
NATURAL AMERICAN LAMB
Superior Farms American lamb is located right here in northern California. They work with more sheep ranchers in California than any other lamb provider. This means that their all natural lamb can be available all year round.
Their family ranchers work with to keep healthy lambs available all year long. All these ranchers support sustainable agriculture, as animals are rotated between fields during different times of the year and the fields are able to replenish the natural nutrients in the soil.
One of Superior Farm’s ranchers is Robert Irwin. Robert Irwin is a third-generation sheep producer who was given five sheep the day he was born. At just five years old, he started his own business by purchasing sheep from his older siblings as they went off to college. Robert raises his flock with utmost respect for the land and is a true steward for the care and raising of the sheep. His animals are raised on a variety of bio-dynamic fields, including organic wine grape vineyards in Mendocino County. Ranchers like Robert take the foundation of their family legacy and bring it together in its simplest form. “Just let nature do its job,” he says. Robert and his wife Jamie work together in the fields with their daughter Claire, who may soon be the fourth generation family business owner.