FRISCO, TEXAS – Sadler’s Smokehouse, a processor of high-end smoked meats, will be featured in an episode of "Unwrapped," a series which runs on The Food Network, airing June 5. The barbecue-inspired segment chronicles Sadler's pit-smoking process.

Sadler’s system was established more than 62 years ago and includes careful selection, hand-trimming, seasoning and pit-smoking of premium meats for up to 16 hours over hickory, pecan and mesquite woods.

"Unwrapped", which is in its tenth season, takes viewers through test kitchens and production facilities of leading American food brands.

"We think viewers will be impressed by the care we take in preparing our Sadler's pit-smoked meats and meals to perfection," said Terry O'Brien, Sadler's Smokehouse chief executive officer. "We are proud to provide our customers [with] convenience and the great taste of authentic barbecue from their grocery's shelves, restaurants and deli counters. We simply will not compromise on our legacy of premium quality."

Sadler's premium smoked meats, barbecue, dinners and entrées are sold in 42 continental U.S. states and internationally.