Olive Wagyu is raised on a handful of farms in and around Shodoshima Island in Japan's smallest prefecture, Kagawa. Olive Wagyu brings everything you've come to love about Wagyu, but is far, far rarer and packs a more powerful umami flavor.
Olive Wagyu is the rarest beef in the world. It originates on Shodoshima, an island in Kagawa Prefecture, Japan where one farmer, Masaki Ishii, fed pressed olive peels to his cattle to produce a succulent beef with boosted levels of heart-healthy oleic acid and umami flavors.
Crowd Cow travels to Japan to uncover the unique history of the rarest beef on the planet.
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Olive Wagyu contain the highest levels of heart-healthy fats (oleic acid) which also boost umami flavor. Because of this, it won the "best" fat category of the Wagyu Olymics this past year.
Olive Wagyu is truly a remarkable beef.