Jerky Chew is an easy-to-eat beef jerky product created by the Jack Link's company. The jerky is shredded and packaged in a small container, which the company states is the easiest way to feed your jerky fix.Know More
Housing the beef jerky in a small container makes Jerky Chew an ideal snack for a person who is on the go. This also means that it can be resealed, which is often an issue with beef jerky sticks.
Jerky Chew is primarily made from beef, salt, and water. The entire can counts as one serving and contains 30 calories, 9 grams of protein and 450 mg of sodium.Learn more about Food Facts
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