Sainsbury’s is selling 23 carat GOLD LEAF to top steaks… so would YOU try it?

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SAINSBURY’S is now selling steaks embellished with gold leaf – but there’s a catch.

The edible bling costs just £3, but you have to buy your steak separately.

 Sainsbury's are now selling GOLD LEAF embellished steaks

Sainsbury’s
Sainsbury’s are now selling GOLD LEAF embellished steaks

Sainsbury’s are launching a new range of Taste the Difference cuts of meat for the occasion and shoppers can opt for the Flat Iron Steak (£3.50), British Picanha Steak (£5.00), Bone in Sirloin Steak (£20 to be shared between two) or Bone in Ribeye Steak (£22 to be shared between two).

The gold leaf trend was launched in America’s pricey Silicon Valley – and Sainsbury’s hope to recreate the same premium look for a much more affordable price.

Product developer Rebecca Deeley said: “Applying our edible gold leaf over a perfectly seared and succulent steak can quickly transform a classic evening meal into something truly sensational!”


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A spokesman added that steak has taken the “centre stage” on social media, with Instagram stars like Nusret Gökçe – aka Salt Bae – racking up 9 million followers.

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 The edible gold leaf costs £3 - but you have to buy your steak separately

The edible gold leaf costs £3 – but you have to buy your steak separately

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