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Grass Fed Spicy Beef Stix Snack (25 Pack) | 1.7 zo

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Best by:

04/09/24

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Wallace Farms ensures only the cleanest ingredients go into their beef snacks. Nick’s Sticks are made with high-quality grass-fed beef raised without hormones. Grass-fed beef contains up to 5x the amount of Omega-3s compared to grain-fed beef. It also contains other essential vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Iron, Potassium and Zinc! Unlike other jerky snacks on the market, Nick’s Sticks are made without the use of artificial preservatives and dyes.

Ingredients:

Grass-fed beef, water, jalapeño pepper, Redmond Seasoned Salt (sea salt, spices [including coriander, black pepper, celery, mustard, parsley, paprika, turmeric], garlic, onion), encapsulated lactic acid, cultured celery powder (celery powder, sea salt).

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About this product

Wallace Farms ensures only the cleanest ingredients go into their beef snacks. Nick’s Sticks are made with high-quality grass-fed beef raised without hormones. Grass-fed beef contains up to 5x the amount of Omega-3s compared to grain-fed beef. It also contains other essential vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Iron, Potassium and Zinc! Unlike other jerky snacks on the market, Nick’s Sticks are made without the use of artificial preservatives and dyes.

Ingredients:

Grass-fed beef, water, jalapeño pepper, Redmond Seasoned Salt (sea salt, spices [including coriander, black pepper, celery, mustard, parsley, paprika, turmeric], garlic, onion), encapsulated lactic acid, cultured celery powder (celery powder, sea salt).

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