Ground sirloin comes from the middle part (the loin) of the steer, and contains between 8 to 14% fat, as opposed to the typical 20% in ground beef.
Why choose ground sirloin? Besides being leaner, it provides a "meatier" flavor compared to ground beef. In fact, if you're browning ground beef for sauces, tacos, or dishes such as chili, ground sirloin is a superior choice.
Want to make hamburger? Mix it with a little ground beef to make a juicy and delicious burger.
One pound per pack