Snacks & Candy

Country Archer Jerky Launches 4 New Meat-Stick Flavors

Chorizo Beef & Pork, Hatch Chile Turkey among the products to hit c-store shelves in July
Photograph courtesy of Country Archer Jerky

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Country Archer Jerky Co. has launched four new meat-stick flavors: Chorizo Beef and Pork, Maple Pork, Pineapple Pork and Hatch Chile Turkey.

The Maple Pork Meat Sticks launched at Sprouts on July 1, and the other new flavors will hit grocery and convenience-store shelves in July. New products can also be purchased on the Country Archer Jerky website and Amazon. Each 10-ounce stick costs $2.

The products are packed with protein and low in calories, carbs and sugar. They are made with gourmet cuts of extra-lean, USDA-inspected grass-fed beef, turkey or pork. The meat sticks are free of nitrites, MSG, gluten, antibiotics and added hormones.

“Whether you’re looking to fulfill specific nutritional macros, or simply need some post-workout or trail fuel, our new meat sticks are a versatile, convenient and wholesome food that can easily fit into a busy routine. Unlike other meat snacks that use unappetizing ingredients like mechanically separated chicken, our sticks are snacks that customers can feel good about eating,” said Country Archer co-founder and CEO Eugene Kang.

Country Archer products can be found at a variety of grocery stores and c-stores, including Walmart, Target, 7-Eleven, Safeway, Smart & Final, Love’s Travel Centers, Speedway, Wawa, Pilot Flying J and Travel Centers of America.

San Bernardino, Calif.- based Country Archer Jerky is a leading producer of gourmet jerky, meat sticks and meat bars.

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