Amazing meals begin with fresh foods like meat and seafood, bread, baked goods and fresh produce. Sam's Club® is your go-to shopping destination for fresh groceries. Whatever meals you can imagine, from casual lunches with the family to dinner parties with five courses of fantastic fare, you can get all your shopping done in one place. We are so confident that you'll love the fresh food section at Sam's Club® that we're backing it up with our guarantee. If you purchase a food item at Sam's Club® and you're not 100% satisfied, we'll replace your item or give you a full refund.
Meat & Seafood
Choose from a high-quality selection of beef, pork, poultry, fish and other seafood. For beef, pick up some grass-fed ground beef and make a top-notch burger, meatloaf or meat sauce for pasta. In the mood for steak? You'll find filet mignon, tri-tips, New York strips and more. And if you're interested in something for the slow cooker, consider a brisket or a chuck roast. For the ultimate beef experience, check out the Kobe beef at Sam's Club®. If you haven't tried it, you're in for a treat. Kobe beef is known for outstanding flavor and texture.
The food pyramid guide to daily food choices recommends that adults get 2–4 servings of fruit per day (a medium pear, apple or banana each count as a serving) and 3–5 servings of vegetables per day (a cup of raw leafy vegetables is one example of a serving). With the fresh produce section at Sam's Club®, it's easy to ensure that you and your family are getting all the fruits and vegetables you need to stay healthy. One way to get an extra serving or two is to incorporate fruits and vegetables into snacks. How about some celery and peanut butter, or an apple with some cheddar cheese? Cucumber slices and hummus are a delicious option, too. From packaged salads and vegetable trays to fruit that's bursting with flavor, Sam's Club has your fresh produce needs covered.
Beef: Ground, Ribs and Choice Cuts
Attention meat lovers: There's an amazing meat department waiting to be discovered at Sam's Club®. You're going to love the selection of beef that's available. Not only are there lots of different cuts to choose from, but the quality is fantastic and the flavor and prices will keep you coming back for more.
If you love to get together with friends and family for a good old fashioned barbecue, you're in luck. You'll be able to make delicious hamburgers with the ground beef in the Sam's Club meat department. For a lean, mean burger experience, choose the 90% lean ground beef patties. You can also find lean ground beef by the pound and make your own patties in any size you like. If you've never experienced a burger made of Kobe beef, you're in for a real treat. The beef is known for its exceptional flavor and texture. But you should know: once you try a burger made from Kobe beef, you might get hooked!
Brisket is commonly seen in barbecue restaurants. Beef brisket comes from the breast or lower chest of the cow. Brisket can be smoked, grilled or cooked in a slow cooker. It's often tenderized and/or rubbed with a marinade before cooking. In addition to being a popular barbecue dish, brisket is used in various other dishes. Corned beef and pastrami are often made from beef brisket. New Zealanders often boil the meat with vegetables and potatoes. And in Germany, brisket is cooked slowly (braised) with beer, herbs and vegetables such as celery and carrots. However you decide to prepare it, the brisket for sale at Sam's Club® is perfect for your recipes!
Tenderloin, Striploin and More
Tenderloin is a popular cut for both beef and pork, and Sam's Club® offers both options. One of the benefits of beef tenderloin is that it's easy to prepare and offers exceptional flavor. In fact, the gourmet dishes, carpaccio and steak tartare are often prepared using beef tenderloin.
If you're not familiar with the term striploin, you may have heard the other names for it: New York strip and top loin. The striploin is a versatile cut of meat that's cost-effective, too. If you like to choose the thickness of your steaks, consider buying a striploin and then cut them yourself—with a very sharp knife.