How it’s made
Our pork jerky’s delicious journey to your mouth starts with chunks of premium USA whole-muscle lean hormone-free pork – not frozen and not low quality ground meat. It is chopped in house and mixed with natural ingredients right before cooking to ensure that you get the freshest ingredients possible.
All Natural & Delicious
Our gluten-free jerky is made using a traditional recipe with all natural ingredients – no MSG is added to achieve its succulent signature taste. We are the first manufacturer to use a unique cooking process that includes an open flame grill and glaze to lock in the meat’s natural juices while achieving a genuine BBQ flavor. The process also results in a final product that has very low fat content – we extract out the bad saturated fats!
This is the perfect healthy, jack of all trades snack. Low in fat and carbohydrates but highly nutritious and packed with 9 grams of protein, Golden Nest Jerky was created to give you energy to focus and perform while studying, working, or exercising. We reduce sugar content by replacing it with a much healthier alternative – honey! We do not add Sodium Nitrate or any other artificial preservatives – instead, we go the extra mile and vacuum pack our jerky in individual portions to seal in the freshness and ensure maximum convenience and shelf life for our customers.
Perfect for workouts & everything else
Golden Nest jerky is the choice of athletes and bodybuilders, as well as students and professionals everywhere. Incredibly satisfying and extremely portable, you can bring it anywhere as a trusty and versatile snack to fuel your day. It gives you the energy and nutrients to focus and push hard at the gym, at the library, or at the office. Perfect as morning desk snack, late evening snack, mid-hike snack, pre-game snack, road trip snack... and everything else you can think of! What are you waiting for? Try it for yourself!
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The pork is good
I use to see this in the supermarket now I could get it online ^^ much more easier~~
I mean, I liked them. A bit pricey maybe, but I was looking for something with individual packaged things. The only flaws is that there isn't sustainable packaging being used for them and that it was a bit cardboard-ish (but only barely) in taste. For the most part it tasted great, probably because of the sauce. Hopefully hemp packaging starts to become more prevalent, plastics are a shame.