Pan's Mushroom Jerky Applewood BBQ Mushroom Jerky
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Applewood BBQ Mushroom Jerky

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2.2 oz / $3.50 per oz

For a long time it felt like barbecue and meat were in it for the long haul. But when this mushroom jerky entered the scene, the sweet and tangy taste we all know and love found a new "better half."

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  • Earth Kosher Certified
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

If you love the sweet, smoky, tangy taste of barbecue but thought it was just for potato chips and meat, you're in for a treat. This applewood BBQ mushroom jerky is taking your favorite flavor to the next level. The vegan, paleo, soy-free, gluten-free level, that is. We'll see you there, with a bag of this satisfying, texture-rich, meat-free jerky in hand.

Pan's meat-free jerky gives jerky lovers everywhere an option with a lower carbon footprint than the beef industry produces.
Organic Dried Shiitake Mushrooms, Avocado Oil, Organic Coconut Sugar, Water, Himalayan Pink Salt, Organic Applewood Seasoning (Himalayan Pink Salt, *Coconut Sugar, *Smoked Paprika {*Paprika, Natural Smoke Flavor}, *Chili Pepper, *Vinegar Powder {*Tapioca Maltodextrin, *White Vinegar}, *Black Pepper, Citric Acid, *Garlic, *Onion, *Cayenne Pepper, *Sunflower Oil), Organic Chia Seeds *Organic View Nutrition Facts

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How it does good

Tradition makes way for more sustainable snacks

Beef jerky may have a solid place in the snack world, but the beef industry leaves behind a substantial carbon footprint. Michael Pan, founder of Pan's Mushroom Jerky, came across a better, more sustainable beef alternative when visiting family in Borneo, Malaysia: Shiitake mushrooms. His family recipe for mushroom jerky keeps the texture and taste profile of a standard beef jerky, but without using any meat at all. The mushroom jerky itself contains vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants while producing fewer carbon emissions.