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Jack Link’s Chicken Strips – Great Protein Bar, Meat B

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Flavor Name:Rotisserie Chicken  |  Size:0.28 Ounce (Pack of 20)

Think way back. Like even before that. Meat helped fuel ancient civilizations. If it worked for them, it can definitely help you power thru. Maybe you won’t be crossing the seven seas or fighting sword battles, but endless to-dos, kids’ activities and the daily grind of work can feel just like it. No matter what you’re tackling, our Chicken Strips are the perfect snack choice to help you power through it all.

Packed full of 8g of protein per serving, snacking on our savory Chicken Strip bars are a delicious way to get more protein every day. Leveraging generations of jerky making expertise, Jack Link’s Chicken Strips are made with lean, 100% premium chicken and seasoned with Jack Link’s signature blend of Original spices. It’s slow cooked over hardwood smoke for a classic jerky taste and easy-to-chew texture. No added MSG. No added nitrates or nitrates. And, they are gluten free!

These beefy meat bars easily fit into your work bag, purse, workout bag or wherever you need a snack – from satisfying that 2pm snack attack, powering through some weekend yardwork or as a quick post-workout protein snack.

Jack Link’s is the America’s #1 selling jerky brand, and we are proud to be a family-owned company! When you rip open a package of Jack Link’s, you will get a taste of the American tradition that made this family business a success: hard work, fun and quality products. Jack Link’s protein snacks are the fuel for people to Feed Their Wild Side, no matter the occasion.

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