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Snack Spotlight: Country Archer Beef Sriracha



This one’s for you, Jeff. time to make some room in your sock drawer.




Beef, Brown Sugar, Huy Fong Sriracha Sauce (Chili, Sugar, Salt, Garlic, Distilled Vinegar, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Bisulfite, and Xanthan Gum), Soy Sauce (Water, Wheat, Soybeans & Salt), Cayenne Pepper, Pineapple Juice. Contains: Wheat and Soy.



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About the company

Our story — and our jerky — begins in sunny Southern California. We began making our gourmet beef jerky here nearly forty years ago, and it’s still the place where every piece of our tender, juicy beef and turkey jerky is born. At Country Archer, we believe the best jerky starts with gourmet cuts of extra-lean, USDA-inspected beef, and fresh, high quality ingredients like chili peppers, pineapple juice, ginger and tamarind. We don’t add any artificial ingredients or preservatives, and we strive to support local farms whenever we can. By making our jerky here in America, we can keep a close eye on every aspect of the manufacturing process, ensuring you get the finest healthy snacks available. And it also means you’ll always get the best quality service, whether you’re stocking your store, or filling your cabinet. Want to know more? Just ask.



Company: Country Archer
Brand: Beef Sriracha
Slogan: Country Archer
Origin: US
Category: Snacks
Packaging: 3 oz.
Claims: No preservatives, no MSG, made in USA
Variants: View product range here
Price: 1-pack $5.95, 6 count pack $34.95
Where to Buy: US, Buy OnlineStore Locator
Website: https://www.countryarcher.com/index.html



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Sriracha Supposedly Makes Us Happier, Skinnier and More Amazing? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Dear infographic, you’re saying I should feel better about my daily half-bottle consumption of Sriracha-brand chili sauce?

That’s the word, apparently. Latest reports note that over 10 million bottles of the popular chili bottles are made each year. The sauce, which originated from sunny California by the Vietnamese-born David Tran back in the 1980s, has become a food-culture mainstay, to say the least.

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