Whole rump, aged for tenderness, the blurb on the vacuum pack said.
It was selling for just $62.49 or just $10.99 a kilo. That was cheaper than the mince beside it in the chiller.
I hope the supermarket was selling the meat as a loss leader, accepting a far lower price than it paid for it to encourage shoppers to buy more.
If not that bargain for customers is very bad news for farmers.