TELFORD, PA. – Godshall’s, a meat company based in Telford, Pa., recently announced that it will launch its Angus Steak Uncured Beef Bacon in Sam’s Club stores around the United States.

The product is made with premium cuts of US raised Angus beef, wood smoked and seasoned with steak house spices. The company said its beef bacon has 50% less fat than pork bacon, five grams of protein and 40 calories per slice with no chemical preservatives.

“Unlike traditional beef bacon made from whole beef navels, Godshall’s new Angus Steak Beef Bacon is chopped and formed allowing us to have consistent control of the fat content and other attributes which make our product really special,” said Ron Godshall, president of Godshall’s Quality Meats. “Having a superior taste profile with half the fat of traditional pork bacon is what makes this product stand out in the bacon category.”

Godshall added that the beef bacon went under sensory panel testing at Louisiana State Univ. with both consumers and food scientists.

The beef bacon is available at more than 260 Sam’s Club stores in 20 states according to the company. It is sold in a 24-oz club package with a retail price of $12.98. Following the launch at Sam’s Club, it will also be available at retailers in a 10-oz package.

Godshall’s was founded in 1945 and is now in its third generation of family ownership.