KRAVE takes jerky to another level! We elevate it to all-natural - with no artificial ingredients and minimal processing - and whole-muscle cut MEAT. After bathing in our marinade for 48 hours it's off to BAKE, resulting in a moist & tender jerky experience unlike any other. KRAVE is entirely gluten-free and devoid of nitrites, MSG, and corn syrup except those which naturally occur in sea salt and celery seeds - so you can feed! Whether you're fueling up after a run, snacking on your way to yoga, filling the kids' lunch boxes, or warming up on the ski slopes, KRAVE really is the perfect accessory and a JERKY FOR ALL SEASONS. What do you KRAVE? Whether it's a bright, aromatic Basil Citrus Turkey, a savory & spicy Garlic Chili Pepper Beef, or a rich & tangy Black Cherry Barbecue Pork, we've got you covered. Expect the first bite to change your life, as you realize how sweet it is to SNACK A CUT ABOVE. Because KRAVE is the best of the best – from ingredients, to process, to packaging - and you deserve nothing less.
Today incubator and investment firm Sonoma Brands announced the acquisition of premium jerky brand Chef’s Cut. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Maybe the old saying is wrong: You can go home again. Today Sonoma Brands, the holding company and investment group for snack brands started by Jon Sebastiani, announced the acquisition of KRAVE — the artisanal jerky and meat snack brand Sebastiani built and subsequently sold to The Hershey Company in 2015.
Hershey’s announced plans to sell off once high-flying jerky brand KRAVE, along with artisan chocolate brands Scharffen Berger and Dagoba, during a quarterly earnings call that reflected a few months of dramatically-shifting consumer habits toward the confection company’s chocolate products.
Hershey’s Q4 earnings call today reviewed the company’s savory snack strategy, the success of its most recent acquisition — low-sugar, high-protein bar company ONE Brands — and what the company has learned from jerky brand KRAVE not reaching expectations.
You can’t find a hotter buzzword than “plant-based” as a signifier for innovation in the meat and dairy categories — or in center store, as the following product launches indicate. Read on for three new traditional products that have been plantified.
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