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12 Days of Christmas Gift Guide – Day 3 – Old Trapper Jerky

We continue our 12 days of Christmas Gift Guide series with something a little different. Old Trapper Jerky is a great stocking stuffer and won’t break the bank. Most golfers eat something on the golf course to help them keep energy levels up, and beef jerky is the perfect snack. Old Trapper smoked meat snacks are low in carbs, high in protein, easy to pack and have a long shelf (or golf bag pocket) life.

Old Trapper was born 50 years ago in the back of a small roadside grocery store on the outskirts of Tillamook, Oregon, and now they are the second-largest beef jerky manufacturer in the country, operating out of their 80,000 square foot facility in Forest Grove, Oregon.

With Old Trapper, the real beef jerky enthusiasts out there can sign up for a subscription service that will deliver Old Trapper meat products to you on a regular basis. Just choose from their selection of beef jerky, snack sticks or beef steaks and select your delivery schedule. You can choose to have product delivered to you every 15, 30, 60 or 90 days.

I tried their new Teriyaki flavor snack sticks and became addicted. They combine the delicious spice of Old Trapper’s famous smoked beef with the tangy flavor of soy sauce. The result is arguably the world’s best tasting teriyaki beef stick, according to them, and I won’t argue that! The Jalapeno Deli-Style Beef Sticks start with the same wood-fire smoked beef with the added bonus of jalapeno spiciness.

Each 15-ounce bag of Old Trapper Deli-Style Beef Sticks retails for around $14. Each serving of both new flavors contains only 2 grams of total carbohydrates with 9 grams of protein making them a keto-friendly snack. These are also great for on-the-go snacking once things open up – perfect for boats, hunt packs, travel and general portable snacking. Go to oldtrapper.com to see all their products and place your holiday orders, and happy shopping!

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