Wilde Jerky Product Review

Wilde jerky prides themselves off of being a small batch natural jerky company. They sent me three flavors of their jerky bars to try. I like that they are all natural and inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Each bar contains 10g of pure protein from either chicken, beef or turkey. The bars are small enough to make a nice snack without spoiling your next meal. No bar has more than 5g of sugar or 2.5g of fat making these bars great for cutting season. All bars are only 100 calories and gluten-free.

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Turkey Cranberry: Made with 100% free range turkey:
This bar is made with 100% free range turkey and no fillers. It was a little sweet for my liking but was definitely reminiscent of a thanksgiving dinner. It has hunks of cranberry inside.

Peach BBQ: Made with 100% grass-fed beef:
The Peach BBQ flavor was tested by me and my co-workers. The peach flavor complimented the subtle BBQ flavor well. It is made out of 100% grass-fed beef. The bar had flax seeds which was an interesting texture component that can take some getting used to. The overall favorite bar was definitely the Peach BBQ.

Sweet Thai Style Basil: 100% vegetarian chicken:
The Thai Basil flavor is made with 100 percent vegetarian-fed chicken. The flavors together are somewhat overpowering. The bar was too soft and not chewy like normal jerky.

Overall these bars are good for dieters looking for a healthy snack. The bars are a little pricey and can be found on Amazon for $34.99 for 15 snack sized bars. That clocks in at a whopping $2.30 per 100 calorie bar. I am not the hugest fan of jerky in general so that is why I invited my co-workers to help me taste test. However, if you are looking for a natural quick source of protein these are a good option. You can find these on Amazon, at Wholefoods and Sprouts.

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