by Link Snacks |
Item # 246099
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Model # 10000013049 |

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About this item

  • Jack Link's come in beef jerky snack packs
  • Contains premium cuts of meats
  • Comes in convenient snacking bags
  • Perfect for lunches, backpacks, on-the-go snacking, and after a workout
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Jack Link's® got its start with treasured family recipes that were passed down through generations. Today, Jack Link's meat snacks are favorite treats for Americans. There are three tasty and unique flavors; Teriyaki Tender Bites, Sweet and Hot Jerky and Original Hickory Smokehouse Jerky. Each jerky snack is individually wrapped for on-the-go convenience. The Jack's Links Variety Pack has made snacking so easy and satisfying.

How Should I Store These Snacks?

The Jack Link's Variety Pack does not need to be refrigerated if the package has not been opened. After the package is opened, eat or refrigerate within three days. Freezing is not recommended for these meat snacks because it will not provide the best snacking experience. If the products are frozen, they are still perfect to eat, but their taste and texture might change. Each bag in the Jack Link's Variety Pack comes with a small white package that is an FDA approved oxygen absorber. This package is labeled clearly "Do Not Eat." The small package helps preserve freshness.

What Are the Health Benefits of Jack Link's Jerky?

Jack Link's Variety Pack is filled with protein. These snacks are also low in fat, carbs and calories. There is a Smart Snack Designation label on each package. You can now see the health benefits of all of the Jack Link's products. This will make it easier to select healthier snacks. Jack Link's Beef Snacks and products contain a clean label which means there is no added MSG and no preservatives. Some of the products are even gluten-free.

History Behind the Jack Link's Protein Snacks

The Jack Link's Company got its start in the 1880s. Jack Link's great-grandfather immigrated to America from the "old country" and settled in Wisconsin. Some of the things he brought with him were his family's sausage recipes. Eventually, his smoked meats and sausages became popular among his neighbors and friends.

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