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All-natural bacon jerky from Oh Boy! Oberto makes its debut

December 19, 2012
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oh boy bacon jerkyOh Boy! Oberto announces the February 2013 launch of All Natural Bacon Jerky, a product made in the U.S.A. from 100% real strips of bacon that are naturally smoked and cooked to perfection, offering consumers an easy way to enjoy bacon anywhere, anytime and with no cooking or mess. The new Bacon Jerky is made with only lean, large strips of bacon, water, sea salt and sugar, with no preservatives or artificial ingredients. The product will be sold in 2.5-ounce packages that feature a transparent window to display product quality firsthand. www.oberto.com

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