New Primal introduces chicken jerky

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The product is sourced from free-range chicken.
 

CHARLESTON, SC – The New Primal will introduce Date & Rosemary Chicken Jerky this week during the Natural Products Expo West tradeshow in Anaheim, California. The newest release of New Primal follows the same standard as Paleo, Gluten-Free, Top-8 allergen friendly, and free of soy, added sugars, hormones, and antibiotics.

The new Date and Rosemary Chicken Jerky is sweetened with dates instead of honey, which results in lower sugar, sodium, and calories but higher potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. The New Primal sources free-range chicken that is raised with certified non-GMO feed, hormone and antibiotic free, and GAP 3 rated.

This jerky also follows the autoimmune protocol (AIP) so people with autoimmune diseases can enjoy the jerky.

“Product innovation is at the core of our mission, and we are excited to offer a product for those who are traditionally excluded from the jerky market, such as the AIP community,” said The New Primal founder Jason Burke.“Finding clean, delicious protein options that follow the AIP diet guidelines is difficult in today’s meat snack market, and we are excited to deliver a product that this community can feel safe about eating."

 

 

 

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