Jack Link’s Revises Updates Jerky Recipe and Packaging

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Jack Link’s Revises Updates Jerky Recipe and Packaging

July 29
11:59 2016
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jack-links-logoJack Link’s, the brand  the produces meat snacks, has revised the recipe of its beef jerky and debuted a brand new pack design.

The new recipe contains no added MSG or artificial colours and uses natural spices, enabling the brand to maintain high levels of protein. The snacks are made from lean cuts of 100% beef and are available in four flavours: original, teriyaki, peppered beef, and sweet and hot.

The beef jerky, available in 25g packs, is currently stocked by UK supermarkets Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Asda, with the brand seeking to further penetrate the ambient meat snacks category and further boost its presence in the UK after the acquisition of Peperami in 2014.

Pavan Chandra, senior marketer for Jack Link’s, said: “With consumers becoming increasingly conscious about their health, they can now enjoy the great taste of premium lean beef with the knowledge that it’s a great source of protein.”

“Updating our packaging in line with the new recipe has really boosted the promotion of the product and highlighted its benefits while ensuring it stands out on shelf.”

As well as the reformulation and packaging update, Jack Link’s has combined its production and packaging functions into one facility – a move that, it said, would significantly reduce its carbon footprint.

The foundation of Jack’s Link’s began in 1880 and originated from Wisconsin. To this day, the company is family owned and operated.

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