SAN FRANCISCO — Holy Grail Steak Co. announced on July 14 it is expanding its steak lineup to include various new cuts.

The online retailer included Grass-Fed Prime, American Wagyu from Sakura Wagyu Farms, Australian Wagyu from Jack’s Creek, and A5 Takamori Drunken Wagyu from Japan in its latest rollout.

Holy Grail said it is sourcing its 100% Grass-Fed Prime cuts from a herd of Black and Red Angus in North California. The cattle feed on grass and carrots year-round.

For the Sakura Wagyu Farms cuts, Holy Grail sources from Black Angus in Ohio that is crossbred with Black Tajima Wagyu. Sakura cattle are put on a 400-day, all-vegetarian diet.

The company’s Australian Wagyu is from Jack’s Creek, a family-owned and operated ranch the company said has held the title of “World’s Best Steak Producer” for the past two years.

“The family is one of the first Australian ranches to breed, grow, feed and process Wagyu beef, crossing their Black Angus herd with the famous Tajima Wagyu sires from the Hyogo Prefecture in Japan,” Holy Grail said.

A final offering from the company is Takamori Drunken Wagyu. The cut is made from cattle raised in the village of Takamori Japan, in the eastern part of the Kumamoto Prefecture on the island of Kyushu. They feed on leftover fermented rice from the Dassai Sake Brewery, which gives the Wagyu its name.

Holy Grail said the beef sourced by the company is fed the best-quality diets and raised with unsurpassed husbandry protocols. All items are hormone- and antibiotic-free, butchered and then immediately blast frozen to protect and preserve the steaks in their original state.

As an online retailer, Holy Grail also mentioned how it has worked closely with its restaurant supply chains to change inventories following closures during the COVID-19 pandemic.