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Applegate launches reduced sodium bacon

January 30, 2013
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applegate reduced sodium sunday baconApplegate Organic & Natural Meats has launched Applegate Naturals Reduced Sodium Sunday Bacon, available nationwide in stores that sell organic and natural meat products. The reduced-sodium variety boasts 25% less sodium than the traditional Applegate Naturals Sunday Bacon, and retails for $5.99 for an 8-oz. package. Two slices have only 60 calories, 5 grams fat and 200mg sodium. The bacon is made from humanely raised pork that are given no antibiotics and no added hormones.

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