Landcrafted Food introduces more beef sticks

by MEAT+POULTRY Staff
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The Virginia-based company wants to be another player in the meat snacks industry.
 
INDEPENDENCE, Va. — Landcrafted Food announced the expansion of its product line to include new Habanero BBQ and Spicy Cajun Smoked Beef Sticks. These two flavors add to the recently introduced Original and Sweet Smoked Beef Sticks from the company.

All four flavors of Landcrafted Food Smoked Beef Sticks are made from 100 percent grass-fed cattle, and are gluten-free and GMO-free. Landcrafted Food raises cattle without added hormones or antibiotics, on the company's farms in the Grayson County, Virginia, area.

 "We believe millennial consumers, who are driving the trend toward more daring flavors, will eat these new products up," says Gary Mitchell, managing partner and farmer. "By purchasing Landcrafted Food products, they are also directly supporting sustainable cattle farming and natural, small-scale food production, which is especially important to younger generations."

 The products are made at a company-owned smokehouse and processing facility in Independence, Virginia, which employs 11 local community members.

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