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Burgers' Smokehouse introduces Bacon Steak Cuts

October 19, 2010
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Burgers’ Smokehouse has announced the national launch of two premium products — Original and Peppered Bacon Steak Cuts. Burgers’ Bacon Steak Cuts are dry-cured with no water added and are a full quarter-inch thick (eight slices per pound). Bacon Steak Cuts are the only nationally marketed grilling bacon in a retail package and are available in select markets nationwide. Because of the dry curing process, Burgers’ Bacon Steak Cuts has a 365-day shelf life.
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