Bubba Foods Angus Beef Burgers
USDA certified beef These burgers are distinguished by their use of Angus meat. The 1/3 pound burger is 33% heavier than the quarter-pounder, contributing to its increased calorie, fat, and salt content. They are available at Target and other big retailers.
Nature's Rancher Angus Beef Burgers
These burgers are made with vegetarian-fed beef sourced from Animal Welfare Certified farms. These burgers are only available at Whole Foods.
Tribali Foods Mediterranean Style Beef Patties
Tribali's high sodium content serves as a reminder that when televised culinary competition judges say "season your food," they are referring to salt. Taste is represented by salt. These are available at Natural Grocers.
Sam's Choice Angus Seasoned Beef Patties
Angus is also used in Walmart's private-label frozen beef patties. They're called "restaurant style," but if your favorite burger joint prepares them from frozen, you can, too.
Cattlemen's Ranch Unseasoned Black Angus Patties
Cattlemen's Ranch's bacon and cheddar variety, which is available at Aldi, contains more calories and fat. You must add them yourself.
Ball Park Flame-Grilled Patties
The burgers at Ball Park stand out in two ways. First, they are pre-cooked before flash freezing, so all you have to do is reheat them.
Second, they fit a lot of sodium into a 1/6-pound package, making it lighter than competitors. Buyers should exercise caution. These are available at Dollar General, Shoprite, and other retailers.
Rastelli Antibiotic-Free ⅓ lb. Wagyu Beef Craft Burgers
To avoid the crowds, get these high-quality Costco burgers online. Rastelli's meat is excellent. Although Wagyu beef is of great grade, these burgers are enormous.