Venison Stew Meat
Venison from New Zealand, grass-fed, raised on tall-grass pastures, with no added antibiotics or growth stimulants. As free-range as it gets without being wild, our venison comes from ranches that practice sustainable methods and provide the deer vast pastures in a pristine environment. Our venison is superior-quality lean red meat that offers great taste, tender texture, and health benefits.
Just the facts
- Authentic, Cervena-certified venison
- Every farm practices sustainable farming methods and humane treatment of animals
- Grass fed, pasture raised
- No antibiotics, hormones or steroids
- High in protein, lower in fat and calories than beef
- Sold in an uncooked state
- Product of New Zealand
- For best taste on fresh products, use or freeze within 3-5 days of receipt; for frozen products, use within 1-2 days after thawing
Bring a little game to your next grill out. It's not every stew meat cut that is tender enough to marinate and skewer for grilling, but our venison stands up to the challenge.
Also a great choice for a game meat pie, these lean cubes are adaptable to many preparations.
OK, stew fanatics, we hear you. There’s nothing like a slow-cooked stew with savory pieces of meat on a cold winter’s night. Our favorite way to enjoy these low-fat cubes of venison is cooked in a daube, or red wine stew. But venison chili sounds mighty good, too.
Cooking & Serving
Naturally low in calories and fat, yet packed with nutrients like iron, zinc and B vitamins, Cervena venison is a high-quality protein and one of the healthiest red meats available today. According to the USDA National Nutrient Database, venison has about 20% less fat and about 100 fewer calories per 3.5 ounce serving than beef. It's the ideal meat to include as part of a healthy and balanced diet.
This lean stew meat is tender enough to grill on skewers or sear in a pan. But you can keep it traditional with a slow-cooked venison stew or chili. We like to make daube, or red wine stew, with these low-fat cubes of tender venison meat.