Meat So Great They Named the Whole Sandwich After Us.
Okay, maybe that’s a stretch. But since 1966, Reuben® Corned Beef has been one of the premier corned beef brands for delicatessens, celebrations and kitchen tables across the nation.
What Is Corned Beef?
If you’ve ever asked yourself: “what part of the cow is corned beef?” “what’s the difference in corned beef vs. pastrami?” or even “how do you corn beef?” you’re not alone.
Corned beef is made from a cut of beef commonly called “brisket.” The brisket is then cured by covering it in large pellets of salt, also known as “corns.” Hence, corned beef.
Reuben Corned Beef is then brined to make it as tender, juicy and delicious as possible.
From St. Patrick’s Sandwich To Year-Round Classic
What made corned beef and cabbage St. Patty’s most celebrated dish? The truth is that the history of corned beef is a distinctly American tradition.
Starting in the early 1800s, millions of Irish immigrants came over to the States. For them, celebrating meant cooking up boiled bacon. However, humble beginnings in a new country made pork too costly. Instead, they turned to corned beef brisket.
And with that, a tradition was made.
Answers To Our Most Asked Questions
Where can I find Reuben Corned Beef?
Reuben Corned Beef calls lots of stores home.To find your closest store, visit our store locator, or request the product offering from your local meat manager today.
Is Reuben Corned Beef gluten free? Is it soy free?
“Yes” and “Yes.” All our products are gluten and soy free.
What’s in the spice packets inside the package?
Is there MSG in Reuben Corned Beef or in the spice packets?
Does Reuben Corned Beef contain any peanuts or tree nuts?
What are the cooking instructions for Reuben Corned Beef products?
You can find cooking instructions on the label of every package, as well as in our expertly crafted recipes!
Where can I find nutritional information?
Is your product kosher?
Do I need to brine Reuben Corned Beef?
Nope. We’ve already taken care of brining to save you time while ensuring product flavor and tenderness.
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