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Description of Slim Jim Dare Jerky, Habanero, 2.9-Ounce from ConAgra...
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Slim Jim is a convenient, one-of-a-kind treat, well known for its intense taste and "snap" that individuals like. The special combination of terrific taste, spice and attitude makes Slim Jim the No. 1 brand of meat treat sticks. Plus, Slim Jim offers a complete line of Beef Jerky, consisting of Slim Jim DARE with three levels of heat and Moist and Tender Steakhouse Strips. ABOUT CONAGRA Slim Jim belongs to the ConAgra Foods household, among the biggest packaged foods business in North America with significant presence in retail outlets, foodservice and dining establishments, and in ingredients. Our more than 70 brand names-- that include favorites such as Pam, Hunt's, Healthy Selection, Wesson, Swiss Miss, Rotel, Peter Pan, Marie Callender's, Hebrew National, Wolf Brand Chili, Rosarita, Egg Beaters, Chef Boyardee, and more-- are in 96 % of U.S. families, and more than 30 % of ConAgra Foods brand names are top in their classification.
Pack of four, 2.9 Ounce.
Beef jacked up with bold spice; Unrelenting flavour.
For on-the-go, all-day relief, nothing works faster and packs lighter than Slim Jim Beef Jerky?now available in three increasingly spicy DARE flavors.
These spicy jerky strips are the perfect dose of man-medicine you need when work-time starts cutting into bro-time.