What makes Paleovalley Pasture-Raised Chicken Sticks stand out?

What makes Paleovalley Pasture-Raised Chicken Sticks stand out?

Our chicken is sourced from birds living their best lives on lush grass pastures, staying true to their natural habitat. This truly pasture-raised lifestyle not only ensures leaner meat but also packs it with more nutrients compared to snacks made from conventionally raised poultry.

Are organic spices used in Paleovalley products?

Absolutely! We believe in the power of organic ingredients. Unlike many other snacks that might use conventional spices potentially tainted with herbicides and pesticides, Paleovalley is dedicated to incorporating organic spices whenever and wherever possible, ensuring a pure and wholesome flavor experience.

How are Paleovalley sticks preserved without synthetic additives?

We take a traditional approach to preservation by naturally fermenting our sticks. Instead of using GMO corn-based citric acid encapsulated in seed oils, we rely on old-world fermentation techniques. This not only gives our sticks a shelf life of up to a year without any synthetic additives but also transforms them into a gut-friendly protein source, contributing to your overall well-being.

Do Paleovalley chicken sticks contain sugar? Is the organic dextrose used as a sweetener?

We’re glad you asked because we use organic dextrose for a very health-conscious reason. First, our dextrose is derived from 100% organic cassava root (also known as tapioca). It is NOT used as a sweetener at all. We use a very small, trace amount (about 1/4th of 1 gram per stick) for the sole purpose of activating the fermentation process. By the end of the ferment, there is little to no dextrose remaining in the stick as it has been consumed by the beneficial probiotic during fermentation. There is a small amount of natural, unrefined sugar in our chicken sticks which is derived from organic honey.

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