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Friday, 25 December 2015

Chomps Snack Sticks!

Hello again you lot! Today I will be reviewing food! If you know anything about me, you know I love snacks! So I got these and there were two each of three flavours: Crankin' Cran, Hoppin' Jalapeno, and Original. First of all, these are made from 100% Non-GMO Grass-Fed angus beef that wasn't raised with antibiotics which I love. Plus they have no nitrites, nitrates, MSG, artificial colors or flavors. And they use celery juice to keep them shelf stable! I had no idea you could use celery juice that way. They mentioned that they're like a healthier version of Slim Jim's which I like but don't really eat since they're not that good for you and don't have natural ingredients. So I was excited to try these but a little skeptical. I tried the Hoppin' Jalapeno first and loved it! It wasn't that spicy which I liked since I don't like super spicy food unless it's Indian food. Next I tried Original which really did taste like a way better version of Slim Jim's! Finally I tried Crankin' Cran which was pretty spicy and was my least favourite. Overall I really loved these and am definitely going to be buying more. If you'd like to check them out, click here: http://www.gochomps.com

Read a little more about the brand:
Peter and Rashid started Chomps out of an apartment in Chicago in 2012 with the help of their wives. Since then the product has rapidly gained popularity in the CrossFit and Paleo space. It continues to grow in popularity hitting new target markets including Outdoorsmen, Bodybuilders, Gluten Free Dieters and Parent's looking for healthy snacks for their kids. The team mission is to create the highest quality jerky product on the market.

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