Patagonia Great Plains Buffalo Links

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Enjoy these Patagonia Great Plains Buffalo Links on and off the trail. Made from 100% grass-fed buffalo that roam free across the Great Plains, its a snack you can feel good about chowing down on.

  • Features

    • Buffalo roam free on 500,000 acres of open prairie in South Dakota, Nebraska and Montana, grazing wild grasses and other native plants
    • When buffalo roam, they chop the soil with their hooves, planting the seeds of native grasses; revived grasslands provide habitat for other species and draw down carbon
    • Snackable links are slow-cured with natural cultures and lightly smoked for tangy, full-bodied flavor
    • Contains 8 g of lean protein per serving (less than 1% fat)
    • Contains no antibiotics or added hormones
    • Patagonia is a certified B-Corporation and 1% for the Planet member
    • Nutrition facts and ingredients displayed here may differ from what is printed on the packaging; information on packaging reflects actual contents

    Made in USA.

    Ingredients: grass-fed buffalo meat, salt, organic turbinado sugar, water, spices (black pepper, mustard seed, red pepper), organic cultured swiss chard powder, organic cherry powder, garlic powder, onion powder, lactic acid starter culture, in a beef collagen casing
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Multisport

    Serving Size

    3 links

    Servings per Container

    2 serving(s)

    Calories per Serving

    45

    Total Fat

    1 grams

    Saturated Fat

    0 grams

    Trans Fat

    0 grams

    Cholesterol

    25 milligrams

    Sodium

    410 milligrams

    Carbohydrates

    1 grams

    Potassium

    138 milligrams

    Dietary Fiber

    0 grams

    Sugars

    1 grams

    Protein

    8 grams

    Meat

    Combination

    Net Weight

    2.2 ounces

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