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Feb 20 2011

Two Thumbs up for a Costco sample

Published by CPGgal at 11:29 pm under Costco,Food,Pulled Beef

Very often my husband and I visit Costco during a weekend and we are happy to try the samples, but many times they don’t motivate us to purchase anything. Today was different. There was a Jack Daniel’s BBQ pulled Brisket being sampled and it was quite tasty. So much so, that we purchased a package. It was about $9 for four lbs worth of meat that was already pre-cooked and only took 4 minutes to microwave. This was less expensive than buying our own Brisket ($5.49/lb.) that would then need to be seasoned and slow cooked for at least 8 hours. We had one of the two pre-measured packs that were in the package for dinner this evening and I will say I was quite pleased. After looking at the ingredients label, all looked better than I anticipated. 3gms of fat, 14 gms protein and 180 calories per serving. The only negative is the sodium, 550mg or 23% of suggested daily intake. It is still not horrendous, but a watch out for anyone watching their sodium intake. The company who is selling an entire line of Jack Daniel’s meat products is Completely Fresh Foods, Inc. out of Montebello, CA. I may be trying their pulled chicken next.

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