US meat snack maker ups ‘healthy offering’ ante

By Gill Hyslop contact

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Wenzel's Farm recently added Jalapeno Cheddar to its lineup of meat snacks. Pic: Wenzel's Farm
Wenzel's Farm recently added Jalapeno Cheddar to its lineup of meat snacks. Pic: Wenzel's Farm

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Wenzel’s Farm has eliminated corn syrup from the list of ingredients used to produce its hand crafted, small batch meat snacks.

The Wisconsin, US-based meat products producer – founded in 1949 – is furthering its goal to provide consumers with clean label snacks by eliminating corn syrup from its popular line of snack sticks.

“Providing our customers with the healthiest meat snack possible is a key goal at Wenzel's Farm,”​ said Mark Vieth, president of Wenzel’s Farm.

“Removing corn syrup from our current snack sticks is another step towards reaching this goal.

“We’ve creating a healthier product without sacrificing flavor and that's an exciting accomplishment.”

Wenzel’s Farm produces meat sticks that are naturally smoked, gluten-free, contain no artificial flavors or MSG – and now without corn syrup – in a variety of flavors, including Beef, Honey Ham, Teriyaki, Spicy, Pepperoni, and the recently added Jalapeno Cheddar.

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