Krave jerky dispels rumors that jerky is merely a junk food write-off.
Yes, jerky does have a bad rap for being loaded with sodium and preservatives. However, the snack market has recently been inundated with healthier versions of the popular snack. Krave, for example, is free of hormones and nitrates, and also includes delicious, unexpected flavors, such as basil citrus and black cherry barbecue. Not your standard beef jerky fare, is it?
The high-protein snack uses only the leanest cuts of domestic meat. It skips artificial flavors, opting for natural ingredients. Best of all? It's a low-fat alternative to other "junk food," clocking in at just 90 calories per serving. For those with extra-busy lifestyles, an entire bag can be eaten as a meal replacement!