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The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has eight beef grades, which are based on the amount of marbling (flecks of fat within the meat) and the age of the animal at slaughter. The top four grades, in order of highest to lowest quality, are:
Prime: This grade is the highest quality and has the most marbling. It is typically sold to high-end restaurants and hotels.
Choice: This grade has less marbling than Prime, but is still considered high-quality. It is commonly found in grocery stores and restaurants.
Select: This grade has the least amount of marbling and is considered the lowest quality of the high-quality grades. It is typically sold in grocery stores.
Standard: This grade is of lower quality than the first three, but is still considered acceptable for most consumers.