Wenzel’s Farm enters the beef jerky category

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Wenzel’s Farm enters the beef jerky category


Wenzel’s Farm, a company known for its small-batch meat snacks, is diving into new territory.

The Marshfield, Wis.-based company is launching a line of beef jerky products that do not contain artificial colors, MSG, nitrates or gluten.

“The addition of beef jerky to our Wenzel's Farm meat snack offering is a major step for the company,” Wenzel's Farm president, Mark Vieth, said. “We have invested a lot of resources to bring this product to market, and I think this new line of great-tasting, all-natural snacks will represent the strengths of our brand well.”

Containing 10 g of protein per serving and 90 calories, Wenzel’s Farm beef jerky is available in three flavors — original, teriyaki and peppered.

Wenzel’s Farm beef jerky can be purchased in 3-oz. and 10-oz. size packages where the brand’s products are currently sold.