Cranberry Habanero Beef
Sweet and Spicy Cranberry Habanero Beef Jerky
Cranberry Habanero Beef flavor grass-fed beef jerky definitely has the heat crankin’! This combination of super spicy habanero peppers and sweet dried & tangy cranberries is simply out of this world...that is if you can handle the heat!! We use grass-fed and finished beef sustainably sourced from Cape Grim Beef, Tasmania, Australia so you can feel good about what you and your family are eating.
- 9g Protein
- 2g Sugar
- 100 Calories
- Original Beef4.90069 star rating(574)
- TRIAL PACK4.80416 star rating(817)
- Jalapeno Beef4.92708 star rating(288)
- ORIGINAL TURKEY4.79019 star rating(367)
- Salt & Pepper Venison4.84259 star rating(216)
- Original Beef Chomplings4.89961 star rating(259)
- Sea Salt Beef4.90995 star rating(211)
- Italian Style Beef4.89247 star rating(279)
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1. TJ's orders directly from us, we produce the product and they pick it up. They handle all freight, storage, sales, marketing, etc.
2. When you order from our warehouse we have not only produced the product, but we also have to ship it, store it, sell it, market it and cover all other operating costs that it takes to run the business plus pay for credit card processing fees.
3. Our production costs associated with TJ's is less than typical because they only order a single SKU, but in massive quantities. When we produce inventory for our website, we are doing much lower quantities and we are also producing multiple flavors/SKU's which means more labor and overhead per unit produced. That's why TJ's is such an awesome retailer to shop at. They really make it happen for the customer. TJ's only stocks our Original Beef and Original Turkey flavors right now. That's typically how they work, they order one or two SKU's from manufacturers in large volumes to get the pricing way down. Regarding other flavors, you can buy them on our website, Amazon or one of the other e-retailers that sell them on their websites. This must be a little TMI, but we hope it thoroughly answers your question.