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Wholesale - Free Range Turkey Sticks, Zero Sugar (Full Case, 144 Sticks)

Wholesale - Free Range Turkey Sticks, Zero Sugar (Full Case, 144 Sticks)

Wholesale - Free Range Turkey Sticks, Zero Sugar (Full Case, 144 Sticks)

$ 238.99
$ 238.99
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EAT GOOD

We strive to make healthy snacks that help you win your day. Packed with real, whole ingredients that won’t bog you down while you’re busy!

BE GOOD

We know it’s hard to eat healthy when life gets busy. These snacks are always within reach to keep you fueled while still being good to yourself.

DO GOOD

Each purchase you make supports amazing causes. Food banks, shelters, and global programs are just a few of the ways your snacks make an impact.

Why Free-Range Turkey?

What is Free-range turkey?

Free-range means that the turkey in our products had access to fresh air and was allowed to forge on the land and move around. It’s been shown that it produces a smaller bird but results in more flavorful meat. We use free-range turkey in all our turkey snacks because we believe it’s important to source quality meats to make the tastiest snacks.

How is it different than factory-farmed turkey?

Factory-farmed turkeys don’t have access to the outdoors and are often kept in cages. These turkeys are often larger and inexpensive but are full of water which ends up drying out the meat upon cooking. Conventionally raised turkeys are also given antibiotics, which some professionals believe has contributed to some diseases becoming antibiotic-resistant.

Where do we source free-range turkey from?

One of the farms we proudly source from is Ferndale Market in Minnesota. It’s a third-generation turkey farm that was started in 1939 by Dale and Fern Peterson and is currently being run by their son and his wife along with their son and his wife. They are committed to keeping their turkeys antibiotic-free, raising them using sustainable practices, and always using human processing methods.

When is the best time to eat a high-protein snack?

Studies have shown that the best time to eat a high-protein snack is 15-60 minutes after any strenuous activity. This could be any activity from working out to hiking, kayaking, gardening, walking, or even while out camping. It’s also important to eat protein in the morning to keep you satisfied until lunch. Bacon jerky and eggs anyone?!

Why Free-Range Turkey?

What is Free-range turkey?

Free-range means that the turkey in our products had access to fresh air and was allowed to forge on the land and move around. It’s been shown that it produces a smaller bird but results in more flavorful meat. We use free-range turkey in all our turkey snacks because we believe it’s important to source quality meats to make the tastiest snacks.

How is it different than factory-farmed turkey?

Factory-farmed turkeys don’t have access to the outdoors and are often kept in cages. These turkeys are often larger and inexpensive but are full of water which ends up drying out the meat upon cooking. Conventionally raised turkeys are also given antibiotics, which some professionals believe has contributed to some diseases becoming antibiotic-resistant.

Where do we source free-range turkey from?

One of the farms we proudly source from is Ferndale Market in Minnesota. It’s a third-generation turkey farm that was started in 1939 by Dale and Fern Peterson and is currently being run by their son and his wife along with their son and his wife. They are committed to keeping their turkeys antibiotic-free, raising them using sustainable practices, and always using human processing methods.

When is the best time to eat a high-protein snack?

Studies have shown that the best time to eat a high-protein snack is 15-60 minutes after any strenuous activity. This could be any activity from working out to hiking, kayaking, gardening, walking, or even while out camping. It’s also important to eat protein in the morning to keep you satisfied until lunch. Bacon jerky and eggs anyone?!