In the north, we know a thing or two about good beef. Our demanding chefs and culinary experts expect only the best quality and over the years we’ve learned how to keep them happy. Norland heifer is hand-picked by our experienced butchers, then expertly prepared to bring you a unique taste of the north.
Tenderness you can trust
and can serve with confidence
Deep powerful taste with fine marbling
and an attractive bright red colour
Only from young heifers of between 18-42 months
old who have had good time to grow
by professionals to ensure tenderness and taste
by our experienced butchers to specific criteria
This year we are thrilled to be named the WINNER of two award categorise, Worlds Best Fillet Steak and Europe's Best Steak.
Our Norland steaks were tried and tested against global competitors, and we are delighted to have won 9 gold medals for our Norland cross-bred fillet, and 3 silver medals for Danish veal by Danish Crown - a recognised stamp of quality for global steak production.
By cross breeding, we create meat which has a wide variety in terms of fat and form. This gives our experts a wide palette from which to choose exactly the right qualities which adhere to the very specific criteria we have defined for Norland heifer.
The way in which we hang our meat intensifies the flavour and contributes to the tender structure. It is then carefully matured by our experts to realize its maximum potential for a unique taste. When you see Norland heifers on the label, you are guaranteed something special.
A taste of the north.
It’s become part of our cultural heritage – and we’re as much known for our cutting-edge kitchen as well as our cozy warm atmosphere and relaxed way of living - “hygge”. Taste, texture and appearance of our beef come together under the skilled hand of our chefs to provide infinite variations on a theme to create innovative unique food experiences on fast changing fantastic-tasting menus. With Norland heifers we’d like to give you the opportunity to do the same. Wherever you are.
Cote de Boeuf (left) and Tomahawk (right)