Original biltong bites are chewy, flavour-packed beef snacks made with lean topside beef. Keep them in your bag, your desk or your car for snacking at home and on the move. To make the biltong bites, strips of meat are marinated with herbs and spices that are roasted and ground in-house. The beef is then slowly air-dried to create a deeply savoury, meaty snack. All the moisture is removed during the drying process so these bites have a ‘well done’ consistency that’s designed to give your jaw a workout.
Biltong was first created by the indigenous people of South Africa over 400 years ago. Now, it’s enjoyed as a ready-to-eat snack by meat lovers around the world. You can take biltong on hikes, road trips and picnics or keep it in your gym bag for a post-workout protein boost.
About The Biltong Company
The Biltong Company produces a fantastic range of tasty treats, from classic biltong to dry wors and beef jerky. Their biltong is produced in small batches using fresh spices and the finest cuts of beef. Free from nitrates and artificial flavourings, it’s some of the freshest and tastiest you can find.
For the best flavour and texture, let the product breathe for at least 15-20 minutes before consuming. Once open, store in a cool, dry place and eat within three days or refrigerate and eat within seven days.
Ingredients: Premium topside beef (100%), malt vinegar (barley), worcester sauce (barley, fish), sea salt, brown sugar, black pepper, coriander, potassium sorbate, ascorbic acid & other spices.
Allergy advice: For allergens see ingredients listed in bold.
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